{SAḾGIITA}


pratik10PRABHÁT SAḾGIITA marks the glorious and sublime dawn of a new era in the realm of Music and Culture. PRABHÁT SAḾGIITA represents a perfect blending of ORIENTAL classical music with Persian, Scandinavin, Middle Eastern, Chinese and other important musical styles of the world.

This dance Táńd́ava was introduced by Sadáshiva about more than 7000 years ago, and this Kaośikii was introduced by me, as you know last year on 6th September, 1978.

Táńd́ava, Kaośikii is more a medicine than a dance, it is a medicine for 22 diseases, it is almost a panacea…..

Now in order to maintain a link between, Shiva’s Táńd́ava & Párvatii’s lalita, certain rhythms were introduced, and the names of, and the common name for those rhythms, were Tala. Ta has been taken from Táńd́ava of Shiva, and ‘la’ has been taken from Lalita of Párvatii.

“When a large number of people do Kiirtan, then not only their physical force is concentrated, but also their collective psychic power, getting inspiration from Parama Purus’a, starts to flow in a single channel. Thus there is not only a concentration of physical force, but of psychic force as well; and this concentrated physical and psychic force removes the accumulated sorrows and miseries of the material world – Shrii P.R.Sarkar

PRABHATA SAMGIITA SONG NO 1 & 4 – MELODY – CLICK HERE

While dancing, whether to use ornaments or not ? go through by clicking here.

SHABDA CAYANIKÁ  PART 8 from “KON’A”- INVENTIONS OF VARIOUS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Shrii Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar - 5 OCTOBER, 1986, CALCUTTA, INDIA

…. THE REGIONS OR POINTS ON THE LOWER PART OF A STRINGED INSTRUMENT AND ITS UPPER PART BETWEEN WHICH THE STRINGS REMAIN ATTACHED ARE CALLED “KON’A OR KON’AVINDU”.

AS LORD SADÁSHIVA COULD TUNE THE STRINGED INSTRUMENTS VERY WELL, LORD SHIVA WAS CALLED “KON’ESH”.

LORD SADÁSHIVA INVENTED THE FIRST STRINGED INSTRUMENT OF THE WORLD, VIIN’ OR VIIN’A'  & THE OTHER NAME OF VIIN’A’ IS SHIVAKONA’.

The music of the present-day world is entirely based on these Seven Musical Notes. It is a matter of Great regret that people have forgotten this Science of Music, whose foundation was laid by the Intense efforts of Lord Shiva.

Nowadays, instead of considering music as a valuable asset to spiritual practice, they take it as a hobby, a means of livelihood, or a mere pastime. The arduous effort which Lord Shiva invested in this Science is conspicuously absent today. Some people lament this, saying,

Ár ki Bhárate áche se yantra
Ár ki áche se mohana mantra
Ár ki áche se madhura kańt́ha
Ár ki áche se práń
Sethá ámi kii gáhiba gán!

{I wonder where in India are those perfect musical instruments –
Where are those charming notes?
Where is that melodious voice?
Where is the soul of music?
Alas, what music shall I sing there?}

To that my reply is: If the followers of Lord Shiva make even one percent of the progress Lord Shiva made, then India and indeed the world and the universe will surely regain that melodious voice and those charming notes. There is no reason for disillusionment. If people only develop their vigour, discipline and simplicity, and make intense effort, then success will come automatically. The lost treasure of the past will be fully restored to human society.

Lord Shiva did give a Systematic form to Music and – even to this day people utilize the fruits of His research in the field of Phonetics. Phonetics depends on the Science of breath, on Inhalation and Exhalation. Also on the basis of the Science of breath, Lord Shiva invested the World of Rhythm with Mudrá.

Lord Shiva established harmony between Rhythm and Dance, and added Mudrá to them.} – from Shiva – Both Severe and Tender (Discourse 2)  – “Namah Shiváya Shántáya” book.
18 April 1982, Calcutta, INDIA

SHRII PRABHÁT RAIṊJAN SARKÁR has composed 5018 PRABHÁTA SAḾGIITA and to hear the audio of song number- 748 please click here & go through for the lyrics below:

748 (12/08/1983) K

TUMI BHÚLO NÁ MORE
SATATA THEKO MOR HRDAY KAMALE
CÁRI DIK ÁLOKIT KARE

TUMI BHÚLO NÁ MORE
ASTÁCALE ÁLOKITA KARE
SEO PUNAH PHIRE ÁSE PÚRVA ACALE
JE PHÚL JHARIÁ GECHE TARURA TALE
TÁRO SURABHI VÁTÁSE GHORE

TUMI BHÚLO NÁ MORE
JE NISHI EKADÁ ÁSI CALE GECHE DÚRE
SEO RAYE GECHE TAVA MANER MÁJHÁRE
TOMÁR LIILÁ CALE ÁLOKE ÁNDHÁRE
ÁLO CHÁYÁ DIE MORE REKHECHO GHIRE
TUMI BHÚLO NÁ MORE

O Lord, do not forget me, stay forever on the lotus of my heart,
illuminating all sides.

The sun that has set comes again in the east.

The flowers that drop below the tree, even their fragrance is dissolved
in the breeze.

The night after coming once goes away far, that also
remains in your mind.

Your divine game goes on in light and dark,
you have kept me surrounded in the shade of light and dark.