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New devotionals


Gita Cassettes GCD 255, 254, 256 - Devotional chanting - Ganesha Sahasra Namavali, Dharmasastha Sahasra Namavali, Vishnu Sahasranamam. Rs. 40 each.

GITA CASSETTES have released three audio cassettes of devotional chanting, of Sahasranamavalis in Sanskrit on Lord Ganesha, Dharmasastha, and the crest jewel among chants, the Vishnu Sahasranamam, composed by the `Pitamaha', Bhishma. The recitation of all the holy names in a strong resonant voice with clear-cut enunciation by Prakash Kaushik creates an atmosphere of contemplation and devoutness.

Gita cassettes - GCD 250 - Devotional - Daily Bhajans - Subiksha Rangarajan and Priya -Rs. 40.

Yet another devotional album from Gita cassettes features the up and coming artiste Subhiksha Rangarajan and Priya. The programme comprises as many as 21 verses on Hindu gods and goddesses, attired in light pleasant tunes, and sung with praiseworthy harmony by both singers, conducive to a relaxed tranquil mood.


Gita cassettes - Regional GCR 400 - Light classical vocal -Krishnaa Krishnaa Mukunda Janardhana - B. Arundhathi - Rs. 45.

B. Arundhathi, a recognised vocalist from Kerala, who has made inroads in both the spheres of classical and film music, has recorded for Gita cassettes 10 prayer songs in Malayalam in praise of various deities tuned in charming melodies that do provide spiritual edification.

The artiste's mellifluous singing with choral support by T. S. Ranganathan and C. R. Vaidyanathan, and sensitive orchestration keeps listening attention totally focussed. CDs priced at Rs. 125 are also available. — S. P.

Also released are "Enchanting Devi Navarathnas" (Tamil) by Kudanthai Sisters K. Bama Kannan and K. Manjula and "Anbulla Amma" (on the Mother of Pondicherry) sung by S. P. Balasubramanyam, Gangai Amaran, Unni Krishnan, Krishnaraj and other singers and composed by Kaviyan.

Vedu's Music Mind (Ph: 52149065; 28534627) has brought out these cassettes.

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