Shankar Mahadevan, Anup Jalota, Devaki Pandit, Hariharan.
According to the Hindu Vedic View of creation it was sound and not light that appeared first. In Vedic parlance it is called Nada Brahma or the sound Celestial Vedic rishis believed that the evolution of the Brahmand or universe was caused as a result of Bindu Visphot or an atomic explosion that produced infinite waves of sound which represent cosmic ascent and expansion. The sound was a monysllable Aum Since Aum is related to the beginning of the universe. Hindus consider it as the most sacred syllable with which Vedic mantras commence.
Divine Chants of India is a unique compilation of some of the most powerful divine Vedic hymns musically woven in Indian classical raags sung by Hariharan, Anup Jalota, Shankar Mahadevan and Devaki Pandit. Chanting of Vedic Hymns and mantras in composite lyrics, combined with the sound of music, create divine vibrations the delight of Vedic hymns in different raags create grandeur of divine chants and enchanting devotional songs. These timeless compositions bring us entrancing recitations of Vedic hymns and shlokas that will not only delight the connoisseur but equally and more importantly resonate with the younger generation.
1. Ganesh Mahamantra(Shankar Mahadevan)
2. Shri Krishna Govinda Hare Murare(Hari Haran)
3. Gayatri Mantra (Chorus)
4. Jay Radha Raman Hari Bol (Anup Jalota)
5. Supreme Chants (Devaki Pandit and Chorus)
6. Shriman Narayan (Hariharan)
7. Universal Chants (Chorus)
8. Maha Mrityunjay Mantra (Shankar Mahadevan)