Jai Uttal: Best Kirtan Video Ever?

Via on Nov 29, 2010

I just love this incredibly creative and inspiring video with Jai Uttal, his wife Nubia, and his son Ezra.  What do you think? Does it make you want to go down on your knees and pray? And then dance?

If you are new to Jai’s music, please check out his website: www.jaiutttal.com

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About Ramesh Bjonnes

Ramesh Bjonnes is the co-founder of the Prama Institute, a holistic retreat center in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina and the Director of the Prama Wellness Center, a retreat center specializing in detox by incorporating juice fasting, ayurveda, meditation and yoga to cleanse, relax and rejuvenate. Bjonnes is also a writer, yogi and workshop leader. He lived in India and Nepal in the 1980s learning directly from the traditional teachers of yoga and Tantra. He has taught workshops in many countries and is the author of Sacred Body, Sacred Spirit (InnerWorld) and Tantra: The Yoga of Love and Awakening (Hay House India). He lives and practices in an eco-village in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.

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4 Responses to “Jai Uttal: Best Kirtan Video Ever?”

  1. Absolutely incredible. This video had me in tears – so devotional and creative – what a wonderful work of the heart!

  2. Bhaeravii says:

    fantastic!!! so appealing!!!

  3. Shiva says:

    Very creative, and moving. Thanks for posting that.

  4. This is my first experience watching Jai Uttal perform. I like the mix or oriental and occidental flavors, the spiritual with the familial, the child and the adults. I used to live with him in Berkeley in 1970 in a house we rented together with other people. That was when he was taking Sarod lessons and practicing hours everyday. Ah, memories from the past and realities of the present.

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