Avataran From The Art Of Living

Posted By MiOd On Monday, September 09, 2013 Under
Born in Mumbai Sahil Jagtiani, a singer, songwriter and guitarist, has been involved in music from his teenage years. He has played in two progressive and multi-cultural soft rock bands from Hong Kong and London during his high school and college days. Sahil graduated from King’s college, London with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Management as well completing his Post Graduate Diploma in International Management from Birkbeck College in London.

When he met His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankarji, he knew that he had found his Guru & Mentor. Guruji’s breathing techniques made such a positive impact on Sahil that he decided to devote entire his life in spreading Guruji’s message of love and peace and became a Full Time teacher with the Art of Living Foundation

It was with Guruji that Sahil changed his musical preference, and he became more inclined towards satsangs and bhajan music. It was the earlier influence of western music that gave Sahil the desire to produce bhajans and made him present the same in a more contemporary manner.

After playing in many satsangs (devotional concerts) for the Art of Living all over India, Sahil released his ten-song debut album Avataran from Times Music on 14th December 2002. The album aimed at promoting bhajans in a more universal manner.It is hoped that those who would not necessarily be inclined to listen to or buy “bhajan or satsang music” might find his contemporary music more to their liking. The fusion of Indian and Western elements gives him a ‘world music’ appeal.

1. Shloka
2. Om Namah Shivaya
3. Krishna Manohar
4. Om Namo Bhagavate
5. Shanti (Instrumental)
6. Guru Avatar
7. Hallelujah
8. Ganesha Om
9. Floating (Instrumental)
10.Ganapati Bapa Moriya

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