Choral Singing/Bhajanai

It may be somewhat surprising for the average Westerner to hear about the power within the vibrations of mantras and chanting. The mind is especially affected by the kind of sound energy (Ragams & Thalams) it picks up or tunes into. By chanting and involving in Choral singing, it helps re-direct the minds to the Divine – drowned in an unique culmination of Devotion and music.

What is Choral Singing/Sampradaya Bhajanai?

Some Photos/Excerpts from our Weekly Bhajan sessions

Thodaya Mangalam
Guru Keerthanam
Thodaya Mangalam

1. Invocation – Click here to get the Lyrics

2. Avatharika Slokas – Click here to get the Lyrics

3. Thodaya Mangalam Click here to get the Lyrics 

Guru Keerthanam

Guru Keerthanam
For Saturday Bhajans, Keerthanams and Namaavalis on Bodhendral, Sridhara Ayyavaal, Marudanallur Sadguru Swamigal must be sung. We also sing songs composed by Thyagaraja, Purandara Dasa, Gopalakrishna Bharati and even Abhangs . Click here to get the entire list


Jayadeva Ashtapadhi
Sing the Pundareekams, preceding Shlokams and Ashtapadhis. Where Purna Ashtapadhi is not done, choose any Ashtapadhi and the 22nd Ashtapadhi as this is the Kalyana song. Click here to get the Lyrics


We perform a Sampradaya Bhajanai every Saturday in Solihull, UK. Following is the list of Gurus and the Songs that we sing. There are many many more, but the below is a concise list (Click on the links to get the Lyrics)


Click here for the Narayana Theertha Tharangini
Slokams : Yadangri Pangeruha…..
Yennaamna Pattanam …..

Song : (Each Saturday One Tharangini & one Naamaavali)

Saranam Bhava Karunaa nidhi (Sourashtram)
Mangalaalaya Maamava Deva (Ketharagowlai)
Parana Jarybata Maam Paalaya (Sourashtram)
Jaya Jaya Gokula Baala (Kurunchi)
Ehimudam Dehi Sri Krishna Krishna (Reethigowlai)
Krishnam Kalaya Sakhi Sundaram (Mukhari)


Click here to get the list of Abhangs


The soul by nature already loves Krishna, but that relationship has been covered over by the material energy. The spiritual potency & vibrations produced by the Lyrics, Mantras and Shlokas in soul stirring music can help us to revive that eternal love for the Lord. This is the power of transcendental sound vibrations. We practice this form of choral singing every weekend. Following are the List of activities/Bhajans that are sung as a part of our Weekly Namasankeerthanam – Sampradaya Bhajanai in Solihull/Birmingham 

 We take pride in preserving our heritage and culture that has been passed on over several centuries. We support a Veda Patashala in Chennai (in our own little way)

SDP Charities
IOB Radha Nagar branch
Station Road East, Chromepet
A/C no. 188 001 00000 9015 (Spacing is given for clarity purpose)
IFS Code : IOBA 000 1880 (Spacing is given for clarity purpose)


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