1. Mere Satguru
2. Faqiron Ki Duniya
3. Zara To Itna
4. Guru Ji Mainu
5. Ho Ja Khushi Se
6. Bada Aukha Prabhu
7. Man Mast Hua
A bouquet of fragrant wildflowers is a close description of the album Aastha which has a diverse collection of Gurumaaji’s songs. Each song brings with it a different colour, fragrance and depth which makes the bouquet an adorable gift!
‘Fakiron ki duniya’ describes the strange beauty of the world of ‘fakirs’, who need nothing to be happy. They glow with a radiance which can seldom be seen anywhere else. In sun or rain, in praise or censure, in life and death, fakirs are always one with the Lord.
‘Hari Om Narayana’ is a lively and dynamic chant of the divine name of Lord Narayana, which feels every seekers heart with pure joy and peace.
‘Mere Satguru Deen Dayal’ is a tribute to the Satguru or Master who casts her eye of grace upon a seeker and transforms the seeker from a gawky crow into a graceful swan.
‘Zara To Itna Bata Do Pritam’ is a sweet and playful song where the lover catches her beloved playing truant. The beloved is none other than the Almighty and lover is a devotee who has realized that they are not different from each other, yet the beloved chooses to create this illusion of separation and union!
‘Man Mast Hua’ is undeniably the ‘rajnigandha’ in this bouquet of devotion. Kabir says that when the mind is filled with love, it doesn’t wander around and when the mind doesn’t wander, the seeker dives within himself. In this blissful experience he becomes speechless, what then can he say about himself?