Venu’s Group Sings Sri Chinmoy’s longest song (Dyulok Chariye), August 26, 2008

Last modified July 13, 2013

Venu’s Group performs Dyulok Chariye at Aspiration-Ground on August 26, 2008. Dyulok Chariye is Sri Chinmoy’s longest song.


 

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by Kamalakanta Nieves

VenuDear listeners, today we dedicate this post to Venu, our dear brother from San Francisco, who passed away two days ago, July 11, 2013.

I had the privilege of knowing Venu personally, and singing in his singing group from 1990 to 1993. Venu was a special person, always striving to transcend himself, challenging his own capacities. He was always training hard, whether running, swimming or cycling. His intensity was legendary, but also his kindness, sweetness and candour.

This is a recording of a performance by Venu’s Group, almost a year after Sri Chinmoy’s Mahasamadhi (Oct. 11, 2007). It is a special performance because it is a performance of Sri Chinmoy’s longest song, Dyulok Chariye, which has more than 200 lines. It is a poem that Sri Chinmoy composed in the 1940’s, while living in the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Pondicherry, India.

We hope you enjoy this performance by Venu’s Group.

 

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Artist: Venu’s Group
Name: Venu’s Group sings Dyulok Chariye, August 26, 2008
Composer: Sri Chinmoy
Release year: 2013
Duration: 19 minutes
Uploaded: Kamalakanta Nieves / Tejvan Pettinger
Acknowledgements: Sri Chinmoy
Format: Advanced Audio Coding

 

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4 Comments

  1. It was a great privilege knowing Venu while he worked in Perfect Health-Joy-Song. He beautifully reflected the heart of Sri Chinmoy’s teachings. Thank you for this lovely recording.

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  2. Hi, Astika!

    Sometimes, during a live performance, whoever is doing sound will experiment a little with varying amounts of echo/reverb/delay and other effects. Therefore, the change in the sound. I checked and did not find anything unusual.Thanks anyhow!

    with gratitude, Kamalakanta

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  3. As I listen there appears to be a brief echo or overlapped portion in the recording about 5-7 minutes into the song. You might want to check it… Astika

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  4. Thanks Kamalakanta for making this recording available. Venu’s sisters have requested a tape of his singing and I will give them the link to this broadcast. Thanks so much… Astika

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