Bhajan Samrpan    (Set of 3 Music CDs)

Bhajan Samrpan (Set of 3 Music CDs)

Product ID: 23591

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Author: Anup Jalota
Contributor(s)/Artis: Kiran Nath/Pt. Govind Prasad/Lalit
Publisher: Universal
Year: 2004
Language: Music
Pages: NA
ISBN/UPC (if available): 060249810659


This Set of music CDs carries the following tracks:

1. Aisi Lagi Lagan
2. Radha Ke Bina Shyam Aadha
3. Main Shyam Diwan
4. Hey Govind Hey Gopal
5. Charan Kamal Bando
6. Main Nahin Makhan Khayo
7. Jo Tum Todo Piya
8. Rang De Chunariya

1. Jinkay Hriday Hari Naam Base
2. Ram Charan Sukhdai
3. Siyaram Bina Dukh Kaun Hare
4. Jag Mein Sunder Hai Do Naam
5. Sitaram Sitaram Kahiye
6. Thumak Chalat Ram Chandra
7. Ek Naam Hai Ram
8. Do Akshar Ka Naam Ram Ka
9. Tu Dayalu Deen Haun

1. Isha Vandana
2. Prabhuji Tum Chandan
3. Mitti Ka Diya Hai
4. Kabhi Kabhi Bhagwan Ko Bhi
5. Sadho Man Ka Maan Tyago
6. Mati Kahe Kumbhar Se
7. Kaiso Khel Rachyo
8. Allah Kahu Ya Ishwar Tohe

Featuring Artist(s):
Singer: Anup Jalota
Music: Anup Jalota, Pt. Govind Prasad Jaipurwale, Kiran Nath,
Satinder Deepak, Fayyaz Ahmed Khan, Pt. Ramchandra
Bagora, Lalit
Lyrics: Anup Jalota, Saraswati Kumar Deepak, Meerabai, Surdas,
Sant Tulsidas, Gurunanak Dev, Kabeer, Shadaab

Think “Bhajans” and one name immediately comes to mind – Anup Jalota. For this stalwart of the Indian devotional genre, music is worship to be revered venerated, in the tradition handed down in inheritance by his father and guru, Purshottamdaas Jalota.

Anup Jalota, son of Bhajan exponent Purshottam Das Jalota, took his first lessons in music from his renowned father when he was barely 7 years old. Between then and now, Anup Jalota has matured into a singer par excellence and has become one of the most-sought-after performers of our day. Known for his versatility, the smiling and ever-obliging musician from Lucknow renders Bhajans, Ghazals, Geets and Film Songs with equal grace and finesse. No wonder, wherever Anup goes - East, West, North, South, his easy charm and mellifluous voice holds his audience spellbound in admiration.

Anup Jalota was born in Nainital and studied music at Lucknow University. Like so many other singers, he was to struggle early, singing film songs on stage. He came to Bombay in 1974 and had to struggle through AIR chorus group. He got a break when he got to sing for film Sirdi Ke Sai Baba, which became a big bit. But his heart was not in film music. After a successful concert tour in UK, he got a deal with Music India and released the album Shamakhana that was quite a hit.

He has been a prolific singer giving over 4000 live concerts and released about 150 ghazal and bhajan albums. Anup Jalota has also set a new world record by receiving more than 100 Gold, Platinum and Multi-Platinum discs.