Join hundreds of yogis and music lovers in the ecstatic music celebration of these songs and chants performed at Sat Nam Fest 2011. Carry the festival with you wherever you travel!
Sat Nam Fest is a Kundalini Yoga and Music Festival which was created to carry forward the vision of Sat Nam Kaur, whose love of music and community planted the seed for these amazing gatherings around the world.
Sat Nam Fest honors the teachings of Yogi Bhajan and the Kundalini Yoga legacy that he has left behind for this planet. These festivals would only be a success with the hundreds of people who gather together to make them the sacred ecstatic experiences which transform every one of us
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Snatam Kaur has been singing and playing music virtually all of her life. As a young girl in California, she learned to sing with her mother in the Sikh musical style. As she has grown, her musical scope has expanded, and she now includes many traditions and many instruments in her exploration of sound.
Angela Baumbach & Markus Sieber met in Scotland at the Edinburgh International Festival in 2001. They found a deep connection in the expression of their music, and in the practice of Kundalini Yoga, and now perform together as Mirabai.
Gurunam's influences range from gospel, folk and country to classical Indian raag and traditional Sikh hymns to many of the current artists who sing devotional Hindu chants, but his music is very simple. Anyone can chant along to his Kundalini Yoga mantras.
Gurutrang Singh has created and played many unique musical renditions of Yogi Bhajan's recommended Kundalini Yoga morning sadhana meditation chants at his home ashram in Herndon, Virginia. "Beautiful Sadhana" with Gurujot Kaur Khalsa is his latest and probably most inspiring version.