- Issued By: Correspondent
- City / State: Nevada, US
- Submitted: November 10, 2010 1:34 pm
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nevada, US, November 10, 2010:
(From our Correspondent) Sacred chanting as a principal mode of worship was discussed when Simrit Kaur Khalsa, one of the highly gifted singers of devotional music, and Rajan Zed, Hindu statesman, met in Reno (Nevada, USA).
Other topics discussed were bhakti, aesthetic delight, truth, light within, spirituality of kirtan, peace and connectivity through chanting, etc.
Simrit Kaur Khalsa thanks God for the music and says: “You have given it through me, to me and to all of us”.
Rajan Zed stresses that highly accessible sacred music genre of kirtan, originated in India many centuries ago, is very inspiring, uplifting, soothing and leads one to the state of deep meditation.
Based in California (USA), Simrit is a composer, musician and yogini who is making waves around the world in devotional chant music arena. She presented a copy of her latest release “The Sweetest Nectar” on the occasion to Rajan Zed, who is president of Universal Society of Hinduism and lives in Nevada.
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