Attracted by Bhakti Yoga, the path of devotion, Kamaniya and Keshavacharya have spent many years living in ashrams, searching for the divine through devotional service and singing. Seeing the impact of chanting on people, they were inspired to commit their lives to sharing the universal spiritual practice of kirtan with the Western world. They travel the world as PremaHara, spreading the joy of Bhakti Yoga and Hari Katha wherever they go, and are mainstays at the Shakti Fest and Bhakti Fest mainstages. Their three albums are must-haves for any kirtan playlist.
Prema Hara @ Fri, Sep 27 4:00pm
SACRED MUSIC SOUTH STAGE
Prema Hara @ Workshop Hall 3 Sat, Sep 28 11:30am
SAT 11:30am WORKSHOP HALL 3
The Power Beyond
Transcendental vibrations, awakening, heart cleansing, divine relationship, the essence of life, Just a few words of what we are going to explore with focus on the teachings of the millennium old Vaishnava-Bhakti lineage. Keshavacharya has studied the Vaishnava-Bhakti lineage for the last 3 decades, living as a monk for almost 20 years, focusing his life on teachings of devotion.