1. Apne aap ka
2. Le chal pawan
3. Babiha Amrit Vele
4. Mujhe meri masti
5. Main Dware Tere
6. Babiha Amrit Vele
One who visits a beautiful city tries her best to describe it to others who haven’t seen it yet. In Aanando, Gurumaaji through her insightful poems paints a picture of this divine bliss or ‘Anand’ for all those who wish to experience it. Listening to the deep meaningful lyrics of this album in a meditative mood can instantly drag one deep down within oneself. The album has a tone of melancholy joy, a feeling which a true seeker can very well identify with.
In ‘Mujhe Meri Masti Kahan Leke Aayi’, Gurumaaji describes her experience of bliss where she sees the entire world as a reflection of her own true self and find there is nothing but bliss all around.
‘Le Chal Pawan Uda’ is like a soft breeze which carries a lover into the land of the beloved. A land which is free from all joys and sorrows and replete with divine ‘Ananda’.
‘Babiha Amrit Vele Boleya’ is a beautiful hymn of Guru Nanak set to tune in Gurumaaji’s melodious voice. It is said that the ‘Amrit Vela’ or the early hours before dawn are the most auspicious moments for a seeker to connect with the Divine. Guru Nanakji says that just as the ‘Babiha bird’ sings beautifully in the early hours of dawn, so should a devotee sing the Holy Name of the Lord with all their love!
While describing this Divine Bliss in many different ways, the Master exhorts seekers in the song ‘Apne Aap Ka Kar Le Vichar’, to take a step ahead, contemplate about their own true self and experience this ‘Ananda’ for themselves.