Chants of India is an album by Indian musician Ravi Shankar released in 1997 on Angel Records. Produced by his friend and sometime collaborator George Harrison, the album consists of Vedic and other Hindu sacred prayers set to music, marking a departure from Shankar's more familiar work in the field of Hindustani classical music. The lyrical themes of the recorded chants are peace and harmony among nature and all creatures.
Mantram is Ravi Shankar's effort to set Sanskrit chants from ancient Hindu scriptures to music, and the result is a captivating mix of chant and music. Produced by George Harrison, this collection of mantras and prayers from the Vedas, Upanishads, and other scriptures powerfully transports the listener to a place of peace where it's possible to be one with the universe. This is a wonderful spiritual album and will delight fans of Ravi Shankar sitar music.
Listen free to Ravi Shankar – Chants Of India (Vandanaa Trayee, Omkaaraaya Namaha and more). This 1997 album was the final album on which Ravi Shankar collaborated with George Harrison. Harrison's work on this album commenced his work in chant music. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
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Songs from Chants Of India by George Harrison, Ravi Shankar. Free download and listen Chants Of India. George Harrison, Ravi Shankar. Tracks count: 11. Views: 1. Ravi Shankar - Svara Mantra 04:32. Ravi Shankar - Sarve Shaam 05:09. George Harrison, Ravi Shankar - Prabhujee 08:04.