Sathya Sai Bhajans
Sathya Sai Baba Bhajans – Bhajan Downloads – Learn Sai Baba Bhajans / Kirtan / Kirtana / Bhajana:
- Sathya Sai Baba Brotherhood (Click On ‘Bhajans’ Link)
- Sai Baba Bhajans Virtual Classroom
- Vahini.org Sathya Sai Baba Bhajan – Kirtan Downloads
- Guruji Bhajan Downloads
- Audioclips of Sai Baba – Baba leading bhajans
From International Sai Site.
- Bhajans sung by Bhagavan Baba
- Golden Voice of God
Bhajans sung by Bhagavan Sri Stahya Sai Baba.
- Indice Bhajans con traduzione in italiano
- Online Bhajans Archive
Online Bhajan Lyrics and Meanings Categorised By Gods
- Online Sai Bhajan Tutor
Pronounciation, Tune, Full Version.
- Sai Bhajans Virtual Classroom
Sanskrit version, English translation, correct pronunciation of the words of the bhajan, voice alone singing the tune of the bhajan, full version of the bhajan with all the accompaniments as it was sung before Bhagawan.
- Sathya Sai Ashtottarashata Nama Ratnamala
A chain of Gems, being the 108 Names of Bhagavān Srī Sathya Sai Baba in Real Audio
- Sathya Sai Baba singing Bhajans
- Sathya Sai Bhajans
- Slokas, Solo Songs & Classic Bhajans
- Sri Sathya Sai Baba Chinese Bhajans
- Voce e Canti di Sai Baba (Italian)
Text of Devotional Chants:
- Bhajanvali – Sai Bhajans
In Word Document Format.
- Chants en francais
- Sai Baba Bhajans
English and Hindi texts.
- Sheet Music – Devotional Songbooks
Sanskrit bhajans and devotional songs in English and other languages transcribed to Western-style sheet music, with tunes, chords, text.
- Text of Songs
In Prashanthi Nilayam, one can purchase a CD containing the texts of devotional songs (bhajans) in Sanskrit, English, and other languages. The Sanskrit bhajans are now available. English devotional songs will be forthcoming soon.
- Bhajanvali (PDF)
Bhajan/Kirtan book containing over 300 bhajans alphabetically ordered.
Articles/Sites On Bhajan – Sankritan – Devotional Hymns:
- Baba and Devotional Music
- Devotional singing
- Sai Bhajans as Prayers – O. P. Vidyakar
- Selfless Bhajan – A collection of 108 Sai quotations (pdf)
A Bhajan or kirtan is a Hindu devotional song, often of ancient origin. Great importance is attributed to the singing of bhajans with Bhakti, i.e. loving devotion. “Rasanam Lakshanam Bhajanam” means the act by which we feel closer to either our true self (see jiva, atman), or to God (see Brahman & Ishvara). Acts which are performed for the purpose of pleasing God are also sometimes called bhajan.
Kirtans are deeply rooted in Vedic tradition. Bhajans are often simple songs in lyrical language expressing emotions of love for the Divine, whether for a single God/Goddess, or any number of divinities. Many bhajans feature several names and aspects of the chosen deity, especially in the case of Hindu sahasranamas, which list a divinity’s 1008 names.
Traditionally, the music has been Indian classical music, which is based on ragas and tala (rhythmic beat patterns) played on the Veena (or Been), Sarangi Venu (flute), Mridanga, Dholak (or Tabla); all traditional Indian instruments. The Sikh Scripture contains 31 ragas and 17 talas which form the basis for kirtan music compositions.
(Bhajans Wikipedia Reference)