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Karnamrita dasi

Karnamrita dasi

Karnamrita dasi


Karnamrita Dasi grew up in Ashram community in United States, and has sung bhajans and kirtans since childhood. She continued with musical training in Indian classical vocal in Vrindavan, India, and today she is the first female Western performer to be classically trained in India in this sacred art. Acclaimed as one of the most beautiful voices in the Vaishnava tradition, Karnamrita performs all over the world. In 2004 her album “DASI: Prayers by Women” was released. Read more on Last.fm
Karnamrita Dasi grew up in Ashram community in United States, and has sung bhajans and kirtans since childhood. She continued with musical training in Indian classical vocal in Vrindavan, India, and today she is the first female Western performer to be classically trained in India in this sacred art. Acclaimed as one of the most beautiful voices in the Vaishnava tradition, Karnamrita performs all over the world. In 2004 her album “DASI: Prayers by Women” was released. This album is an offering to women everywhere, evoking a peaceful, yet powerful essence of femininity and devotion.

Their voices, their wisdom, and poetry are felt in these songs: composed in both dance and meditative styles. Compiled as a dedication to women of spiritual voices, this is a compilation of women's songs from India, sung in Hindi and Sanskrit. The songs reflect the styles of chants, Bhajans and Kirtan. The artist has composed the music and arrangements in dedication to her late mother, Kunti Devi.

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