About Radio Sri Chinmoy

At Radio Sri Chinmoy, we offer recordings of spiritual and meditative music – mainly composed by Sri Chinmoy, and performed by Sri Chinmoy and his students. We hope you enjoy your visit to our site; you are free to listen to and download a wide variety of performances by both Sri Chinmoy and members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre.

Contributors » Site Credits » Contact »

Soulful Music

Sri Chinmoy composed music from a meditative consciousness. Sri Chinmoy’s music seeks to inspire the listener and bring to the fore a more illumining consciousness. Sri Chinmoy also gave many talks and wrote many poems on soulful music:

“When we hear soulful music, or when we play a soulful piece of music, we feel a kind of inner thrill in our entire existence, from the soles of our feet to the crown of our head. A river is flowing through us, a river of consciousness, and this consciousness is all the time illumined.”
– Sri Chinmoy
from God The Supreme Musician, Agni Press, 1976.

“Music knows no frontiers.
It is free all-where.
Its contribution to emotional integration,
Human and divine,
Can never be fathomed.”

– Sri Chinmoy
from Ten Thousand Flower-Flames, Part 5, Agni Press, 1979.

Contributors ​

Kamalakanta Nieves
  Celana Dimitrijevik
Audio editor
ashish Ashish Zubaty
sumangali Sumangali Morhall



This site is managed by Vasudeva Server; any bugs or comments about the site can be brought to their attention on their contact form.

If you wish to get in touch with any of the music groups or musicians (for example, to order CDs), you can leave a message on the Sri Chinmoy Centre contact form.

Copyright queries

All tracks on the site have been made available to download and embed on other sites under the terms of Creative Commons licence. If you would like to use any of the music on the site outside the terms of that licence, please get in touch via the contact form on the Sri Chinmoy Centre website.


Site Credits

 In making the site, we used the following resources under license:
Once you are done adding and removing songs, you can then rearrange, save and share them.