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Media Type: CD
madi das - Bhakti Without Borders
1.) Shri Radhe: featuring Chaytanya
2.) Jai Gurudev: featuring Tulsi Devi
3.) Maha Mantra: featuring Sudevi Dasi
4.) Jamuna Puline: featuring Acyuta Gopi

Bhakti Without Borders CD by Madi Das and produced by Dave Stringer offers harmonious mantras for yoga music and is a participant in fundraising for the Kirtan Shakti Project.

This album was nominated for a Grammy award in 2015 for "Best New Age Album."   All profits from this record go towards education for girls in Vrindavan, India. (See below for information and link.) As of January 2017, Bhakti Without Borders has raised nearly $20,000, which means one year’s education for 40 underprivileged girls in India.

Madi Das sings a duet with a different female vocalist on each track of the 10 tracks. Featured artists include Chaytanya, Tulsi Devi, Sudevi Dasi, Acyuta Gopi, Gaurangi, Malika Des Fours, Carmella Gitanjali Baynie, Ananda-Amrita,  Nalina Kaufman, Gaura Mani and Jahnavi Harrison.

Bhakti Without Borders blends melodies from the East Indian Bhakti tradition with the folk, bluegrass and country elements of traditional American and Irish music. The result is a sound that is both fresh and familiar.

Kirtan is the sacred tradition of sharing music with friends and strangers as a way of connecting with The Divine. Recently, the practice has emerged as the hot new sub-genre of Yoga music, spilling from studios and music festivals onto radio stations and podcasts, climbing charts and courting Grammys. Most world religions have some form of sacred music tradition, be it Gregorian chant or Gospel; Klezmer or Qawwali; Buddhist hymns or Hindu Bhajans. Across time, each music tradition has evolved and blossomed. Now (thanks to modern globalization), we can enjoy kirtan music influenced by Rock, Jazz and Country, all blending together in a beautiful fusion of Bhakti Without Borders.

Musician Credits
Dave Stringer: Guitar, Appalachian Dulcimer, Backing Vocals
Patrick Richey: Tabla, Cajon, Ghatam, Rebolo, Dumbek, Tavil, Giro, Shakers
Sheela Bringi: Harmonium, Bansuri
Shree Shyam: Bass
Matt Pszonak: Pedal Steel
Tulsi Devi: Violin

Produced by Dave Stringer. Recorded, edited and mixed by Krishan. Mastered by Stefan Heger. All songs written and arranged by Madi Das and Dave Stringer.

Kirtan Shakti Project
is a creative collaboration aimed at empowering and educating underprivileged girls in India. Launched in 2014, under the nonprofit Kulimela Association, the project was initiated by a tightknit group of friends. Together they recruited a team of international kirtan singers and crowdfunded an album to raise funds for Food For Life Vrindavan. The campaign took off with supporters quick to lend support and by Summer the first album went into production: Bhakti Without Borders. Produced by Dave Stringer, and featuring singers and musicians from around  the world, the record is both musical allegory and mechanism for change. Truly a by-the-people-for-the-people  brand, Kirtan Shakti Project hopes to support charity organizations through conscious music for years to come.

Do you enjoy Bhakti Without Borders CD by Madi Das? See below for more mantras and yoga music.




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