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Lyrics By Guru Nanak - Mool Mantar Shabad (Out Now)

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Dharam SEVA Records - Portraying the Foundations of Sikhism through the "Mool Mantar", watch video here!

This musical creation features the angelic voice of Shabad Deep Kaur a devotional singer and certified Kundalini Yoga teacher from Amsterdam. She was chosen to portray her version of the foundation scared words spoken by the 1st Guru in sikhism Worldly known as Guru Nanak.

Shabad Kaur States; "I hope to inspire people to discover their own strength and to stand herein. This authentic power is present in each and everyone of us. The true strength lies in consciousness and love - message that I want to share with the world through the Mool Mantar.” Mool means root or origin and Mantar is a powerful formula designed for repetition.

The Mool Mantar is set to Release Worldwide on Thursday 23rd May 2013 by Dharam SEVA Records coinciding with the birthdate of Guru Amar Das.

Shabad Deep Kaur profound experience in her life lead her to discover the Sikh teachings through Kundalini Yoga. She found that health, life-balance and a clear mind were accomplished through this intense journey to inner wisdom. Shabad Deep Kaur has been surrounded by musical influences from a young age as her father is an accomplished musician. “In my life I have experienced music in many ways but by discovering the mantras I found my true musical destination and home for my voice.” Her mission is clear and simple - to touch people’s heart and souls through music and to encourage them to find their inner peace.

The birth of this forthcoming release from DharamSeva Records came during the inauguration ceremony of Gurdwara Sahib Leamington & Warwick. Here Shabad Deep Kaur was in attendance along with hundreds of Sikhs from all over Europe for an all night meditation and Vahe Guru Jaap. This is where she first met music producer Baljinder Singh Khalsa (Bally Rai) who himself was in the process of internal and external transformation. During that blissful weekend Baljinder Singh Khalsa accompanied Shabad Deep Kaur on tabla during her first ever mantar recitations and it was the start of a friendship and journey which has resulted in the creation of this musical version of the Mool Mantar for the world to enjoy.

DharamSeva Records have decided that All proceeds from this Release will be donated to International Humanitarian Charity Khalsa Aid especially for the "Water for Africa Project".

Dharam SEVA Records urges all mankind to support the "Mool Mantar" Release and purchase from Official Sites only.

** Mool Mantar - Translated Lyrics (English) **

One spirit beyond, moves within the creation-coordinating, consolidating, continually creating.

And this spirit within me is my true identity.

It does all and causes all to be done.

It protects me through all incidents of time and space.

It fears nothing and never experiences vengeance or anger.

Deathless it comes into form. In itself, it has never been born.

Flowing through the cycles of birth and death, it moves by its own purity and projection.

This understanding shall come to you as a sweet blessing, as a gift.

In every moment continue in its continual remembrance.

From the start this truth was true.

All through time and space is true.

Even now, this truth is true.

Nanak says, ever shall be true.

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singly
+3 #9 singly 2013-05-19 09:40
waheguru
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Realist.
0 #8 Realist. 2013-05-17 22:37
Quoting Weeman:
Quoting Realist.:
Quoting Weeman:
Cute :-)


Cute??? is that really the right terminology to be using when describing this? :/

They should do english versions of the shabads, that way you learn whats being said instead of just listening to it for the sake of listening to it!


lol i knew someone would comment it. i was referring to her pronunciation. I thought it would obvious :P


I still wouldnt class it as cute, i would say it was wrong. Which is fair enough seeing as her mother tounge isnt punjabi...but some sikhs would argue that she shouldnt be reciting path on a public scale until her pronunciation is right and that is disrespectful saying it incorrectly ( not my opinion, but it has been expressed by other more educated people in the past)Personally im in full support of anyone reciting shabads-as long as they first understand what it is they're saying!
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Music Maniac
+1 #7 Music Maniac 2013-05-17 22:33
So soothing & relaxing, feels like its from soul.
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rupi kaur
+2 #6 rupi kaur 2013-05-17 22:31
Waheguru so soothing, would have been good to get a longer promo, sort it sb people x
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Weeman
+1 #5 Weeman 2013-05-17 22:25
Quoting Realist.:
Quoting Weeman:
Cute :-)


Cute??? is that really the right terminology to be using when describing this? :/

They should do english versions of the shabads, that way you learn whats being said instead of just listening to it for the sake of listening to it!


lol i knew someone would comment it. i was referring to her pronunciation. I thought it would obvious :P
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Realist.
+1 #4 Realist. 2013-05-17 21:33
Quoting Weeman:
Cute :-)


Cute??? is that really the right terminology to be using when describing this? :/

They should do english versions of the shabads, that way you learn whats being said instead of just listening to it for the sake of listening to it!
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Weeman
+1 #3 Weeman 2013-05-17 21:10
Cute :-)
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kulvinder kaur
+2 #2 kulvinder kaur 2013-05-17 19:18
best so relaxing, thank you for sharing x
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Gsstar
+1 #1 Gsstar 2013-05-17 19:07
Waheguru ji :-)
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