Inspiration Sounds 40

Last modified March 15, 2008

In this episode of “Inspiration-Sounds” Budhsamudra Knox again carries us to the fascinating world of Indian folk tales. Many of these tales were told to Sri Chinmoy by different family members when he was still a child.

Budhsamudra’s excellent narration is the best vehicle for these stories. Kings, peasants, hooligans, princes and ministers all mingle in the mix, to bring us a most flavourful melange of tales where kingdoms are won and lost, cities are saved from siege, and noble-minded people come to the rescue of the oppressed.

We are most grateful to Budhsamudra Knox for his soulful contribution, and hope that you will enjoy this episode of “Inspiration-Sounds”, stories from the heart of the world.

You can read the stories from this episode at Sri Chinmoy

The City of Lavanya Puri
The Mother Saves the Youngest Prince

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Artist: Budhsamudra Knox
Release year: 2007
Duration: 10:32
Acknowledgements: Sri Chinmoy, Budhsamudra Knox
Format: Advanced Audio Coding

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