Part of 'Vande Guru Paramparaam' - A Spiritual Musical Series.
In this video, Kuldeep Pai imparts the core meaning and promulgates the hidden philosophy behind the Abhang- 'Yog Yag Vidhi', to Rahul Vellal. http://kuldeepmpai.comhttp://www.youtube.com/kuld...http://www.facebook.com/kul...http://www.twitter.com/kuld...
Abhang or abhanga (Marathi: अभंग) is a form of devotional poetry sung in praise of the Hindu god Vitthala, also known as Vithoba. The word "abhang" comes from a for "non-" and bhang for "ending" or "interrupting", in other words, a flawless, continuous process, in this case referring to a poem. By contrast, the devotional songs known as Bhajans focus on the inward journey. Abhangs are more exuberant expressions of the communitarian experience. Abhanga is considered a form of the ovi. Abhangs are sung during pilgrimage to the temples of Pandharpur, by the devotees.
Dnyaneshwar was a 13th-century Marathi saint, poet, philosopher and yogi of the Nath tradition. Dnyaneshwar's ideas reflect the non-dualistic Advaita Vedanta philosophy and an emphasis on Yoga and oneness of Vishnu and Shiva. His legacy inspired saint-poets such as Eknath and Tukaram, and he has been one of the foundations of the Varkari (Vithoba-Krishna) Bhakti movement tradition of Hinduism in Maharashtra.
'Vande Guru Paramparaam' - spiritual musical series produced by Sri Kuldeep M Pai is a genuine attempt at infusing the abundance of our cultural heritage in the younger generations. What better agency than Music can there be to inspire the young and aged alike? A team of talented kids spearheaded by Sooryagayathri, Rahul Vellal, Bhavya Ganapathi and Raghuram Manikandan have played their parts in transferring the Transcendental Truth through their dulcet voices. The music videos in this series have already won acclaim from millions of viewers across the globe. It's now time for us to bow before the lineage of Gurus and relish the beatitude of divine buoyancy. Vande Guru Paramparaam! Vande Guru Paramparaam!