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Prabháta Samgiita - Songs of the New Dawn

Prabhát Ranjan Sarkar composed 5018 spirituality-related songs composed over the span of eight years (September 14th 1982 - October 20th 1990). The tunes include a variety of forms and styles with elements spanning from classical to folk music. Most of the songs of Prabháta Saḿgiita were composed in Bengali. Around fifty songs were composed in other languages that include English, Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Magaht, Maethili and Angika. These songs are an expression of supra-aesthetic science, encouraging the aspirant to transcend the boundaries of mundane life and become ensconced in the beauty of spiritual bliss

For more information on Prabhata Samgiita please visit the official Prabhata Samgiita web site.

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Alor Dharay Tumi Bhaso Alor Dharay Tumi Bhaso
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains seventeen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

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Amay Chotta Ekti Man Diyecho Amay Chotta Ekti Man Diyecho
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains twenty-two of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by Priyashivananda and Chorus and recorded in CD quality.

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Carane Rekho More Carane Rekho More
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fifteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
EsechileDvyuloke Bhuloke Bhariya Rayecho Dvyuloke Bhuloke Bhariya Rayecho
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fifteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
E Kii Madhurata Pavane E Kii Madhurata Pavane
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains sixteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

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Esechile Tumi Amar Jiivane Esechile Tumi Amar Jiivane
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains seventeen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
into the mystic into the mystic
by Andy Douglas and Friends
 
This album features contemporary interpretations of Prabhat Samghiit with Western instrumentation.
 
More Saraye Rekhona Dure More Saraye Rekhona Dure
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar


This album contains seventeen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by Indrani Sen, Tattvavedananda and Priyashivananda.
 
Ogo Nithur Hari Ogo Nithur Hari
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar


This album contains fourteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India.
 
Pather Shuru Neiko Jani Pather Shuru Neiko Jani
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fifteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Songs of the New Dawn Prabhat Samgiita - Songs of the New Dawn
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar


More than two dozen Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India. This is a double album with two discs and a 30 page booklet with Bengali lyrics and English translations.
 
Priya Amar Bandhu Amar Priya Amara Bandhu Amar
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fifteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
RAWA 1

Rawa 1 "Through the Eyes of Love"
by RAWA UK


A compilation of Prabhat Samgiit, devotional songs and instrumentals by the London RAWA band and UK artists, including Jyosna, Diviyendu, Brajesh, Indranath, Shzr Ee Tan, Mayatiita and others.

 
Reddish Blossom Reddish Blossom
Songs inspired by Prabahata Samgiita by Jyosna


The songs of Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar are one of our modern day treasures, offering the devotee solace, inspiration, and a positive new direction in life. Jyosna has taken this inspiration to create a beautiful album, using English translations along with Bengali lyrics.
 
Shuni Tumi Bhalobaso Shuni Tumi Bhalobaso
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains seventeen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Sonali Bhor Sonalii Bhor
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

These songs are selected from the first 500 songs of Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar's original Prabhata Samgiita series. Beautifully sung and recorded in Kolkata.

 
Songs of the New Dawn - Instructional CDrom

Songs of the New Dawn - Instructional CDrom
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

Enjoy learning these 32 Songs of the New Dawn and experience the depth of this mysticism with this CDrom computer disc which includes song lyrics with English and Spanish translations, word and phrase readings of the Bengali lyrics, musical performances by RAWA, and illustrated slide shows.

 
   
Stay a while in my heart Stay a while in my heart
by Ananda Kaomudi

With lyrics and music that will uplift every heart, this album is a beautiful mixture of devotional songs that evoke a deep longing for the Divine and Kiirtan, which uplifts the heart.
 
Tomake Cai Ami Jiivane Tomake Cai Ami Jiivane
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fifteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tomakei Bhalobesechi Tomakei Bhalobesechi
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fifteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tomakei Smaran Kari Tomakei Smaran Kari
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fifteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tomar Rupe Mugdha Ami Tomar Rupe Mugdha Ami
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fourteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tomarei Ami Bhalobasiachi Tomarei Ami Bhalobasiachi
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fifteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tomare Ceyechi Nikate Ami Tomari Ceyechi Nikate Ami
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains sixteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tomari Ceyechi Vare Vare Tomari Ceyechi Vare Vare
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains eighteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tomare Jabe Dekhechinu Tomare Jabe Dekhechinu
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fourteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tomare Janai Pranam Tomare Janai Pranam
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains fifteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tumi Dure Thekona Tumi Dure Thekona
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains sixteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tumi Sabar Ashar Alo Tumi Sabar Ashar Alo
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains sixteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 
Tvamasi Sarvesham Pita Tvamasi Sarvesam Pita
by Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

This album contains sixteen of Baba's Prabháta Sam'giita songs, performed by RAWA India and recorded in CD quality.

 



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Samgiita As Soft Expressions of Art

"As the sense of subtle aesthetics developed in human beings in the course of evolution, a desire to create art also awakened in them. The artist’s ideal is to be established in transcendentality beyond the bounds of the sensory world. So artists, or more precisely, worshippers of fine art, have to be spiritual aspirants if they want to move in the right direction. The cultivation of fine arts by those who have not developed spiritual sentiment or accepted the spiritual ideal as the goal of life is merely a mockery. Only those who look upon all worldly things from a spiritual perspective can realize in everything the blissful Transcendental Entity. The greater the realization of this Transcendental Entity, the greater the understanding of one’s oneness with that Entity, and thus the greater one’s success in the creation of art. ...

The same holds true for music. The combination of giitá- vádyá-nrtya [song, instrumental music and dance] is called saḿgiita [“music”]. When a song is composed only to express the laughter and tears of ordinary life, it is not very difficult to convey this to the ears and hearts of the people; the song discharges its responsibility well enough using ordinary language and melody. But where the feelings and sensibilities are deep and subtle – where one has to create vibrations in the molecules and atoms of the body, in the chords of the heart – the music has to follow an extraordinary path. Hence, to those who are incapable of ingesting the subtle feelings of the science of music, the álápa [introductory portion of a classical piece] will be nothing but prálápa [delirious raving].

If music must descend to the ordinary level of life to conform to the desire for naturalness, then pre-eminence will be given to doggerels, and the sweetness and charm of real music will become extinct. Indeed, the music that is in vogue in the world today in the name of popular music is nothing but doggerels of this type, though expressed in better language. Language, rhythm and melody are indispensable parts of a song – one cannot exclude any one of them. (The difference between a song and instrumental music is that songs are comprised of rhythm, melody and language, but in [Indian] instrumental music rhythm is predominant, melody is subordinate and language is absolutely nil.)".

Shrii Shrii A'nandamu'rti,
from Saḿgiita: Song, Dance and Instrumental Music [a compilation]

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