Jai Siya Ram17:02
About the Album
Insightful, epic, and encaptivating- Presenting 'Jai Siya Ram'- a musical rendition of the Vedantic verses of Sri Ramayan Chaupai in the mellifluous voice of revered master Anandmurti Gurumaa. The profound composition written in Awadhi language by a great 16th-century Sant, Tulsidas Ji, opens through singing glories of Lord Rama- the One who is an abode of bliss and destroyer of all the miseries- May that beloved son of the king Dashratha bestow His blessings on me. Desireless, formless, and the nameless one; that which is never born, pure conscious embodiment of bliss, eternal abode, and omniscient universal form- the same Lord Rama incarnated and played out numerous characters as part of His divine play. However, bereft of true wisdom, the Viveka doesn't arise, and without the grace of Lord Rama, one may not even get to hear this supreme truth that easily. Keeping the company of the awakened ones is the source of welfare and bliss. Being rooted in the ultimate reality is the fruit itself, and all the means to get there are akin to the flowers. Sant Tulsidas revers the name Rama of Raghunatha- That which is the essence of the fire, the sun, and the moon. The lifeforce of the great Vedas- the eternal name of the Lord is transcendental, incomparable, and a treasure trove of unparalleled attributes. Oblivious of the name, any distinct form cannot be recognised- even when held in the palm of the hand. And, if one meditates upon the name without seeing the form, the latter penetrates the heart with immense love. Perpetually absorbed in the recital of the eternal name of the Lord, the Yogis remain awakened in the highest truth. Detached and liberated, they experience the unparalleled, ineffable, unsullied bliss of Brahman- that which is bereft of name and form deception. The powerful musical rendition is sure to encaptivate a listener's heart, teleporting one to an inexplicable exhilarated state. Celebrate, chant and embrace the blissful name of Rama and witness the illusionary boundaries dissolving away, plunging one into the depths of inner repose and inundating divine love.