The HEALING RAGA Collection
This is a collection of instrumental-only music composed by Manish Vyas, to merge and feel the depth of meditative, mystical, romantic India.
A raga is a melodic mode or scale in Indian Music. Each raga is an array of melodic structures with musical motifs, considered in the Indian tradition to have the ability to "color the mind" and affect the emotions of the audience. There are hundreds of Ragas in the Indian music system.
Manish Vyas plays Santoor and Tabla and is accompanied by the entrancing flute playing of Milind Date. The result of their combined artistry are two new original compositions that are based on the Indian ragas Basant Mukhari and Malkauns.This is the ideal music to create an atmosphere suitable for meditation, relaxation, the Healing Arts, restorative Yoga and sleep. Two tracks of half hour each in the magic of Indian ragas... ideal to build up that moment of deep meditation and relaxation.
"Healing Ragas III makes an absolutely exquisite soundtrack for meditation, massage and therapeutic practices, yoga, or just relaxing." Michael Diamond, Music and Media Focus, USA
THE BEST OF HEALING RAGAS IS a breathtaking compilation of the successful Healing Ragas, featuring six different ragas.
"Each Raga fills the listener with a sense of intense calm, drawing the thoughts inward and facilitating healing. "
Six instrumental tracks with Manish in santoor, keyboard , tanpura, tabla and Bikram Singh in bansuri flute.
To play, sit back, relax, and let the music take over.
Moonlight Ragas and two new evening ragas masterfully performed by the duo Mandala. Specifically suited for evening relaxation, this third release in the successful Healing Ragas series is certain to please all of Manish Vyas' meditative music fans. An album of exquisite beauty and sensitivity, performed by two of today’s most brilliant emerging performers of Indian classical music, Manish Vyas and Bikram Singh, from India. Two night-time Ragas, chosen for their soothing mood, are performed on Bamboo flute, Santoor and tabla to lull you into a feeling of deep relaxation and serenity. The music is designed to facilitate and deepen a space of calmness and peacefulness of the heart where healing, deep relaxation or sleep can take place.
"An immersive atmosphere of relaxed, meditative Indian sounds - Manish Vyas and Bikram Singh return with their third release as Mandala, once again offering an immersive atmosphere of relaxed, meditative Indian sonorities. The music is tranquil, deliberate pacing makes it an easy choice for calming your nerves, or even preparing for sleep at night. it would also be beneficial for Asian healing practices or Shavasana session at the end of asana practice" - Music Design in Review
Following in the footprints of their successful debut album Healing Ragas, the duo Mandala brings to us two new Ragas - almost an hour of musical solace for body, mind and soul. A mystical dialogue between Bamboo flute and Indian Santoor, this music will carry you to an enchanted land of relaxation and stillness.
"Wonderful CD with amazingly relaxing music. First heard it in yoga class and fell in love. now i use it for my home yoga practice. Beautiful music. highly recommended for those in the path of the inward journey" Liz A, Amazon US
An album of exquisite beauty and sensitivity, performed by two of today's most brilliant emerging performers of Indian classical-fusion music. Two ragas, chosen for their soothing mood, are performed on bamboo flute, santoor and tablas to lull you into a feeling of deep relaxation and serenity. This music is designed to facilitate and deepen a space of calmness and peacefulness of the heart where healing, deep relaxation or sleep can take place.
"Healing Ragas just takes me off into a place of pure inner space" Joy Morgan, Reiki Healer/Teacher
"Healing Ragas is ideal music for attuning, unlaxing, massage or other times when a state of deep rest is desired. It is designed to facilitate and deepen a space of calmness and peacefulness of the heart where healing, deep relaxation or sleep can take place" Banyen Books and Sound, Canada