‘Nirvana’ – Arthada & Friends

Last modified October 21, 2016

‘Nivana’ is the third album recorded by the Austrian group ‘Arthada & Friends’ in 2005.  The following year, the group made a tour entitled ‘Nirvana’ to the Balkans in which they played these songs in Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria and Macedonia. 

The talented musicians play a combination of Eastern and Western instruments, whilst performing these songs of Sri Chinmoy. The essence of Sri Chinmoy’s music is to offer a spiritual / meditative experience.

Several of the songs on this album begin ‘He Param Pita’. Sri Chinmoy composed many devotional ‘He Param Pita’ songs. An English translation is ‘O My Father Supreme’  – songs dedicated to the Heavenly Father.


The illumination of Father-Heaven
Teaches me how
To embody peace.


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Artist: Arthada & Friends
Name: Nirvana
Composer: Sri Chinmoy
Release year: 2005
Duration: 0:58:23
Acknowledgements: Arthada
Tracks and Page uploaded: Ashish Zubaty | Tejvan Pettinger
Format: Advanced Audio Coding


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  1. The music is divine! My gratitude heart for your music!

  2. meditation is good for because nowdays iam suffering from stress,fear and not understnding good its cause from mind distrubance,now i try meditratrat

  3. This is good. These guys are good.

  4. Wonderful, but I really wanted to listen to COSMIC DREAM, but the link wouldn’t work.

  5. Thank you for the wonderful music.


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