Satyaa & Pari Mantra Music
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Indian music of Sanskrit mantras with world dance music
Uniquely divine melodies with danceable rhythms beautifully arranged with tablas, Indian bamboo flutes, harmonium, guitars… Mukti touches the heart and invites it to dance - the dance of liberation and freedom.
- Hari Bol (5:22)
- Ganapati (7:20)
- Rama Rama (6:50)
- Padma Lakshmi (8:23)
- Hari Om (7:24)
- Om Namoh Shivaya (6:19)
- Hare Rama Hare (5:22)
- Maheswara (6:17)
Satyaa + Pari
Satyaa + Pari
Satyaa: Vocals, Harmonium
Pari: Vocals, Guitars, Boozooki
Mira Laskaridi: Vocals
Dinesh Mishra: Basuri (track 1)
Mans: Indian flutes (track 3, 5)
Rishi: keyboards, Bass, Drums, percussion and Guitar
Chintan Relenberg: tablas, bass
Nandin: silver flute (tracks 4, 6 )
David Springborg: Guitars ( tracks 2, 3)
Pushpanjali: Cello tracks 6, 7)
Stephan Langenberg: Accordion track 7
Veetkam Udu track 6
In the early 1990’s Satyaa, originally from Switzerland, and Pari, who is Greek, met in Lucknow, India at the sangha of Sri HWL Poonjaji. Papaji as he was lovingly called by his devotees, emphasized the importance of Bhakti, devotion, as a direct way to recognize God within ourselves. Both Satyaa and Pari were called to sing for Papaji, and in this way they were brought together and eventually married at the ashram with Papaji’s blessing.
Their mutual love for the Divine is expressed in Satyaa´s and Pari´s music which is mostly self-composed mantras and devotional songs, and also includes some beautiful traditional bhajans.
Satyaa and Pari share their music and their love at the Alexis Zorbas center in Corfu, Greece where they live in summer, and during the winter months at various yoga centers in Europe.