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Pandit Shiv Dayal Batish
MP3 audio samples

The 72 Melakartas of South Indian music system, volume 1 featuring the 1st 12 Melas. Composed and by S.D. Batish

72 Carnatic Melakarts
Composed and sung by Pandit Shiv Dayal Batish

Kanakangi Mela 1 - mp3 sample
Ratanaangi Mela 2 - mp3 sample
Ganamoorti Mela 3 - mp3 sample
Vanaspati Mela 4 - mp3 sample
Manavati Mela 5 - mp3 sample

Om Shanti Meditation on Dilruba CD cover played by S.D. Batish

Om Shanti Meditation (Dilruba):

Raga Tilang

Om Shanti Meditation on Dilruba CD cover played by S.D. Batish

Raga Todi:

Alaap - Introduction

Ram Bhajan CD cover. Sung by S.D. Batish

Sri Ram Bhajans:

The following clips are examples of the Ram Bhajan CD by Pandit Shiv Dayal Batish. Accompanying Panditji are his son Shri Ashwin Batishon the sitar, tabla, dholak etc., and his daughter Smt. Meena Batish on vocals, manjeera and khartal. Please click on any song title to hear a high quality MP3. The mp3 can be streamed if you have your player set properly.

Rama Bhaja Gujariye - mp3 sample
Hare Rama - mp3
Jai Siya Rama Nama Mala - mp3
Mamta Tu Na Gayi Mere Mana Te - mp3
Meetha Re Rama Rasa Meetha - mp3

All clips are in RealAudio G2 Format and require Realplayer G2 (a free product) to be played.

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