n Manish Vyas’ Atma Bhakti, the magic of Bansuri, enchanting and hypnotic vocals, Indian harp, tanpura, Buddhist bells, devotional mantras and prayers, softly and beautifully combine to give a sense of overall peace and well being, as if being caressed by a loving touch. These pieces are an invitation to let go, to forget time and space, to decelerate from the outer world, fuse with existence… and simple just ‘be’.
Atma Bhakti was conceived in worship to the divine, inner and outer. This music evokes the vibrations of an ancient temple with echoing bells and prayers resounding distantly, transporting listeners to a state of inner peace, letting the ease of the sounds embrace their beings, while merging in a peaceful and effortless meditation.
Instruments: voice, bamboo flute, swar-mandal, tanpura, keyboards, bells and choir vocals