Suranjan Bhanja Choudhury | Stotrabharanam

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Stotrabharanam

by Suranjan Bhanja Choudhury

Stotra or Stotram is a Sanskrit word for a hymn addressed to Divinity. It can be a prayer, a description, or a conversation. This album is an amalgamation of the power of these devine words (Stotras) with the depth of Indian classical music.
Genre: Spiritual: Mantras
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1. Guru Stotram
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2:49 $1.25
2. Hiranyagarbha
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8:36 $1.25
3. Shivashtak Stotram
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9:35 $1.25
4. Ganga Stuti
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5. Ganesha Stotram
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6:52 $1.25
6. Saraswati Stotram
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4:24 $1.25
7. Suryashtak Stotram
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8. Brahma Stotram
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Stotra or Stotram is a Sanskrit word, for a hymn addressed to Divinity. It can be a prayer, a description, or a conversation. These hymns praise aspects of the divine. A related word is "Stuti", basically both "Stotra" and "Stuti" mean "praise". This album is an amalgamation of the power of these devine words (Stotra) with the depth of Indian classical music.

Following artists contributed to this album: Suranjan Bhanja Choudhury (Vocal); Shreya Bhanja Choudhury (Supporting Vocal); Biplab Mondal (Pakhawaj and Tabla); Debasish Haldar (Sarangi); Subhas Bose (Sitar); Malay Mukherjee (Octopad); Sitangshu Majumdar (Keyboard); Prasenjit Sengupta (Sarod); Dipak Maity (Mandira and Hand Percussions).


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