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On the way to Krishna

Recorded in the blissful environment of Vrindavan Dham, this CD is a natural progression; first expressing the importance of sankirtan, then glorifying various incarnations of Krishna, gradually approaching the Divine Couple.  There is a sweetness and simplicity in the recording that is tangible, very much like the mood of Vraj.  Acoustic instruments accompanied by celestial vocals give a sense of heavenly eternity and the ever present joy of the spiritual world.  It inspires everyone to sing along and dive deep into the nectar of Radha and Krishna´s divine love.
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Forbidden Nectar

This album fills a need in a land where to express devotion for God is forbidden. Sung with the utmost sincerity and spiritual determination by those whose bhakti cannot be repressed; their voices express the full joy of Krishna Consciousness, demonstrating how the soul can be above external circumstance. These faithful devotees, heard by the world for the first time, transcend all odds to make this offering to the Lord. A sweet and simple work, yet profound in the significance of its publication.
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Live Concert in Barcelona
Parliament of the World’s Religions

Experience this live concert and kirtan with Atmarama Dasa and other renowned musicians in celebration of the Parliament of the World’s Religions. The world class recording lets you feel as if you were there, singing along with the lively kirtan finale.
The performance of Krishna’s Music and Philosophy was recorded during a week long meeting of religious groups from around the globe and exposed Vaisnava culture to a largely western audience.

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Divine Service
Srimad Bhagavatam

An opus of great magnitude and significance, Divine Service transmits the essence of the Srimad Bhagavatam, the cream of all Vedic literature. Its songs spread the rays of transcendental knowledge in its original Sanskrit language, penetrating directly into the heart and uplifting the soul. It is bright like the sun, full of poignancy and beautiful compositions to portray the depth of meaning in its words.

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Sri Sri Radha Govinda Chandra

Sri Sri Radha Govinda Chandra blends Indian devotional songs from the Vaisnava tradition with Western musical influences creating a truly unique listening experience. This CD has everything from meditative mantra and jubilant kirtan to flamenco raga and medieval harmonies. Such a variety and depth of spiritual expression carries the listener to another place and time that transcends this material world.

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Sri Siksastakam

Sri Siksastakam, the essential teachings of Lord Chaitanya, teach us how to develop love of God by chanting the holy name. They are melodiously sung in this opus of spiritual depth and musical mastery. Just as chanting purifies the heart; listening to this CD leaves one feeling uplifted and cleansed. An array of transcendental voices and warm instrumentals weave a tapestry of sound and spiritual vibration. Its subtle beauty penetrates the heart and provides emotional fulfillment for the soul.
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Vaisnava Songs

Rich in rhythm and uplifting melodies, Vaisnava Songs evokes ancient India, carrying the listener to spiritual heights. Both playfully carefree and meditative, this CD alludes to the unlimited variety of the spiritual world. Refreshing in its purity and sincerity, it has the power to lift the consciousness into the transcendental realm.

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Radha Govinda

Atmarama´s clean, beautiful voice accompanied by elegant Spanish guitar and soothing harmonious music beckons the listener to embark upon a journey into the recesses of the heart. Poignantly sung with tangible devotion each love drenched note expresses the sweetness of divine connection. These songs possess the potency to awaken the dormant love of God within us all.

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Love Inside (Vedic Hymns)

Ancient Sanskrit chants from the Vedas for meditation and transcendence

Bhaktivinode Thakura Songs

Compilation of devotional songs written by Srila Bhaktivinode Thakura, a great acharya of the path of bhakti in our spiritual lineage

Maha Mantra – East & West

Maha Mantra melodies with influences from around the world – the Holy Name knows no borders

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ceto darpana-marjanam bhava-maha-davagni-nirvapanam
sreyah-kairava-candrika-vitaranam vidya-vadhu-jivanam
anandambudhi-vardhanam prati-padam purnamrtasvadanam
sarvatma-snapanam param vijayate sri-krsna-sankirtanam
(Sri Siksastakam by Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu)

“Glory to sankirtana, the congregational chanting of the holy name of Krishna, which cleanses the heart of all the dust accumulated for years and extinguishes the fire of conditional life, of repeated birth and death. This sankirtana movement is the prime benediction for humanity at large because it spreads the rays of the benediction moon. It is the life of all transcendental knowledge. It increases the ocean of transcendental bliss, and it enables us to fully taste the nectar for which we are always anxious.”


hare nama harer nama
harer namaiva kevalam
kalau nasty eva nasty eva
nasty eva gatir anyatha
(Brihan-naradiya Purana 3.8.126)

“In this age of Kali there is no other means, no other means, no other means for self-realization than chanting the holy name, chanting the holy name, chanting the holy name of Lord Hari.”


satatam kirtayanto mam
yatantas ca drdha-vratah
namasyantas ca mam bhaktya
nitya-yukta upasate
(Bhagavad Gita 9.14)

“Always chanting My glories, endeavoring with great determination, bowing down before Me, these great souls perpetually worship me with devotion.”


“I do not know how much nectar the two syllables ‘Krs-na’ have produced. When the holy name of Krishna is chanted, it appears to dance within the mouth. We then desire many, many mouths. When that name enters the holes of the ears, we desire many millions of ears. And when the holy name dances in the courtyard of the heart, it conquers the activities of the mind, and therefore all the senses become inert.”
(Vidagdha-madhava by Srila Rupa Goswami)