Nada Brahma Kirtan @ Mr. India Restaurant

by Nada Brahma Kirtan



Nada Brahma Kirtan @ Mr. India Restaurant

by Nada Brahma Kirtan @ Mr. India Restaurant

Date & Time

September 30

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Nada Brahma Kirtan
Mr India Restaurant
140 High St

About this Event

9/30 7-9 pm @ Mr. India in Newburyport

Come to enjoy a wonderful Indian & Himalayan style meal, joining us afterwards to chant! Call to make reservations for dining in as we don’t know how many will attend. Ask for Ganesh or Ram. The restaurant will also be letting in walk-ins for dinner, so this means tables could fill. Try to dine in early between 5:00pm-6:30pm to hold your seat. Music will start about 7pm.

This event is an open invitation. Please share on FaceBook. You are welcome to invite your friends and families. The music is free. Any donation for the kirtan is always accepted. We will have a tip jar out if you would like to contribute.

Nada Brahma Kirtan & Friends is a North Shore-Based kirtan band offering devotional music known as Bhakti Yoga, a chanting of mantras to raise your vibration to connect to the Divine in the ancient language of Sanskrit.

Created originally by Lisa Kawski and Kampa VaShi Deva in 2017 Nada Brahma Kirtan has now grown into a quintet. Chanting will be led by Lisa & Kampa with the participants responding in a call & response fashion. Members of the band include Steve Sherman on tablas and rhythm, Theresa Landry on vocals and Rick Landry on strings and vocals.

nada brahma ~ transcendental, spiritual sound

Kirtan is a Sanskrit word that means narrating or reciting a story through voice and musical instruments. Kirtan is a community based gathering for connecting hearts and minds and discovering your true nature through breath, sound and meditation. We chant Maha Mantras and songs that invocate clear consciousness and auspicious spirit. This gathering shares a common creation with vibrations that cause a “call and response” reaction from chanting.

Everyone can experience Kirtan. It has the ability to quiet the mind and bring healing to the heart and soul. Often defined as yoga of devotion, it is a practice that comes from the Bhakti Yoga tradition, a very different kind of music based on ancient chants sung in Sanskrit also known as Nada Yoga. We hope you will enjoy this experience with us in person.

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