Om Namo Narayanaye Chanting

by Sahil Jagtiani

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'Om Namo Narayanaye' is a powerful 8 Syllable Mantra or Ashtakshara Mantra and is one of the most popular Maha (Great) Mantras from Ancient India. Chanting this mantra relaxes the entire nervous system and gets one in tune with the natural harmony that is at the core of one's being. In Ancient India people would greet each with this mantra as it symbolized seeing that spark of divinity within every Individual that has the ability to elevate our consciousness to the highest state of being. This app is perfect for those who love to chant or listen to Sanskrit Shlokas and it is very easy to follow.

This song was conceptualized, created and sung by Sahil Jagtiani, a devotee of His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankarji (Founder of the Art of Living Foundation), and has been released by Mantric Music. It is advisable that after chanting the mantra 108 times the listener sits in silence, with their eyes closed, to further relax and rejuvenate themselves

Sahil Jagtiani has been involved in Western 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. When he met H. H. Poojya Sri Sri Ravishankarji, 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 his entire life to spreading Guruji’s message of love and peace, and he became a Full Time teacher with the Art of Living Foundation. Sahil has done satsangs all over India and in aid of charities such as “Cancer Kids” and participated in festivals such as “The Kala Ghodha Festival” in Mumbai. He has played at an Indian Embassy supported event in the “Mir” Hall in Moscow, Russia and has performed the theme song Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam during the Silver Jubilee Celebrations 2006 at Jakur Airfield in Bangalore in front of almost 2 million people.

Sahil Jagtiani’s music, as well as being very popular within the Art of Living, has reached both spiritual and non-spiritual audiences worldwide and has given bhajans a universal appeal.

For more on Sahil Jagtiani and his music visit www.sahiljagtiani.com.

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Om Namo Narayanaye (Repeated 108 Times)

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released April 4, 2012
Vocals, Guitars, Programming and Music Direction - Sahil Jagtiani

Flute - Sandeep Vasishta

Recording Engineer - Satish



Studio - Parekh Recording Studio, Bangalore

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Sahil Jagtiani Bangalore, India

Sahil Jagtiani is a singer, guitarist, composer, music director and sound engineer with over 13 albums to his credit. He takes Art of Living Workshops and conducts satsangs all over the world.

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