Kirtan 'Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji' Roop Rab Da





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Published on Aug 8, 2012

Kirtan 'Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji'

"Roop Rab Da..., is an emotional journey down the lane with His Holiness Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji. Featuring a poem written by Harpal Singh Sewak, during the soulful time at the Hospital in Bangkok where Satguru ji was admitted in February 2006.
Perfomed emotionally by Huzuri Ragis - Balwant Singh(Vocals), Harpreet Singh Sonu(Tabla) and Davinder Singh(Dilruba) in the form of a Poem - Shabad, the 16 minute presentation takes one through Satguru Ji's travel to Africa, Dubai, Bombay, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Bangkok, Delhi and back to Bhaini Sahib in February 2006. It also features the miraculous feat of Satguru Ji singing hymns and bandishes from the Gurbani and Hindustani Classical at the Hospital in Bangkok.

"The word "Raaga" means Love, "Raaga" is another name of affection. Without hymns, without music, one can't understand the true meaning of the Lord's words, because music binds everyone. When Guru Nanak used to sing in the jungles, animals too come and sit near by; it was surely His benevolence but music from Guru Nanak himself. All Sikh Satguru's have rescued music from the throes of dirty waters and gifted it to us, to bind the Lord and Sikh together...

There are 31 singing tunes, 6 singing tunes in the Raag Mala, 30 melodies and further 48 sons of theirs in the Sri Aad Granth Sahib Ji, The Guru's treasure is like an ocean, drop by drop, little by little if we can gain something it is service onto ourselves. It is the responsibility of each Sikhs that every Sikh's children should learn a bit of music" These words of Sri Satguru Pratap Singh Ji illustrate the importance Classical Music - Raag has in the rendition of the Sikh devotional music.

Kirtan Raag is an effort to bring forth Gurbani Kirtan in its purest form of singing as well as Documentaries, Features and Short Films on the various aspects of Sikh Culture, Sikh History and Indian Classical Music.

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