A Contemporary Krishna Culture Showcase

Experience distinctive and inspirational songs of devotion (bhakti) that express beautiful eternal truths through transcendent mantras and movement in this very unique music and dance showcase. Hosted at the Camden Centre, the evening takes place over two acts: 

“INEVITABLE TIME” by Ananda Monet

An enthralling dynamic journey into the epic Mahabharata. The dramatic story and timeless philosophical message is brought to life through powerful songs and expressive choreography by multi-award winning SAMADHI Dance Company from Amsterdam.

‘LIKE A RIVER TO THE SEA’ by Jahnavi Harrison

A unforgettable experience of call and response kirtan, storytelling and sacred song. The live performance explores visuals and poetry from saints of the bhakti yoga tradition to discover how sacred sound can be truly empowering.

Light refreshments served in the intermission.

Date: Thursday, 28th of May
Doors open at 18:30
Show begins at 19:00
Venue: Camden Centre, entrance from Bidborough Street


45th Anniversary Celebration

Last Sunday we had the honor of participating in a celebration of the 45th Anniversary of Sri Sri Radha Londonisvara and Iskcon London. It was an exciting and beautiful evening with an epic ending when everyone got on stage and started dancing in ecstasy.

Here are a few photos from the event.









Photo credits: David Crick, Tadas Jasaitis

Welcome to my journey on the path of Mantra Music

My favourite form of musical expression is kirtan which is a mantra-meditation and a musical prayer in one. It is a ‘call and response’ connection with the Supreme Lord through sound. 1653577_288754674652116_6695012947787686148_n

I love singing kirtan with a group of friends without any agenda or count of time. Sometimes we can go for hours, and even days and it is a truly life changing experience.

I worked with Radha Krishna Records on a very special album called Inevitable Time, which was released in May 2015. It is based on the Mahabharata, the ancient epic of India.

Each song of the album is an evocative musical vignette depicting selected moments from the story and sung in the original Sanskrit language. The style of music is very emotional and although it illustrates the fabled history of the mystic heroes five thousand years back, the themes and and feelings are timeless.

To keep you updated I will be posting here about some upcoming events and uploading video clips and photos. I’ll also be sharing some worthwhile news about the projects I am inspired by and the talented people I respect and admire.