India Album

India Album - Achyutananda SwamiIndia album - Achyutananda Swami
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Achyutananda Swami recorded this album in Mayapur, though it was produced by the German Yatra, circa 1973-1974. Read more about it: Classic ISKCON Vinyl – Acyutananda Swami’s India LP. On the back cover:

Acyuthananda Swami is an American sannyasi, who left his homeland at the age of 16 years and has been living in India since the last 10 years studying the spiritual culture and music of India. He is world renowned for his masterful singing of Bengali Vaisnava folk songs and playing on mrdanga (clay drum, unique to Bengal).

The recordings on this LP were taken in Mayapura, India, and we beg the listeners to excuse the obvious shortcomings due to circumstances beyond our control. This record has been produced especially with the idea of helping the needy people of Bengal by sending the profits above the cost of actual production to our international center in Mayapura, India (Bengal), where thousands of people are fed each day from contributions coming through the sale of this record. Give generously.

Achyutananda Swami, one of Srila Prabhupada’s early disciples, also compiled the first Vaishnava songbook used by the devotees in the temples, complete with the Bengali/Sanskrit lyrics and translations. Devotees owe him a debt of gratitude for making so many songs of the Vaishnava acharyas accessible. Golden Avatar Productions has also produced cassette tapes of Achyutananda Swami singing the numerous songs to go along with the book.

01 – Gaya-Gour
MP3 – 05:02, 7 MB
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02 – Radha Govinda
MP3 – 04:47, 6.7 MB
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03 – Jasomati Nandana
MP3 – 05:02, 7 MB
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04 – Kesava Kali Mala
MP3 – 05:12, 7.2 MB
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05 – Manasa Deha Geha
MP3 – 06:01, 8.3 MB
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06 – Nama Sankirtan
MP3 – 06:56, 9.5 MB
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07 – Gopinath
MP3 – 07:35, 10.5 MB
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