Sundaram studied classical music in conservatories in Würzburg, Frankfurt and London. He came into contact with the clarity and beauty of the Indian Mantras and Bhajans about 10 years ago through his practice of Yoga. His music is an attempt to create a bridge between Indian and European music and between Vedic and Occidental traditions.
This makes the Mantras lightly and directly experiencable.
ॐ OM , dear holy soul ,,you are welcome to joy and happiness, only i can say is ॐ “Prayer from the heart can achieve what nothing else in the world can.” ॐ ॐ ॐ shanti, shanti ,shanti,,,,,,,,,,,PEACE ॐॐ
I read about your interess in musci, it sounds great to me! I am leraning indian classical, dhrupad style with the Gundecha brothers, do you know them?. I was in India for one year, and I am planing to go back. Great to meet poeple with the same goal. My wish is to use indian singing as a therpapy... If you want we can speak more about our passion. From where are you from?