Zaqir Nizami, one half of the famed Nizami brother’s duo have dedicated their lives in helping people connect to Khwaja – The True king. They have been following the tradition of Dargah Singing, where Qawwali’s are sung as have been sung over the years. Simple and pleading words form the content of this album with easy sing along verses. Continue reading
Daler Mehndi Latest Release “Stop The Fight” released on this #WorldMusicDay.
Daler Mehndi has come out with a new track titled “Stop the Fight-lakhon hue fanaah” especially for his fans on World Music Day. He created the song in one night and didn?t even write its lyrics prior to recording it.
“Stop the fight-lakhon hue fanaah” lyrics is the musician’s own brain child. Continue reading
JAAN QURBAN by Mika Singh
DRecords to launch another hit by Mika Singh with his pop album “Jaan Qurban” releasing worldwide
Mika Singh was positioned as the ‘Bad Boy’, the out of control Punjabi boy in the music industry with his super successful album “Gabru”, produced by Daler Mehndi and released under DRecords. Continue reading
Sona Roop Hai Peeli Peeli Sarson by Daler Mehndi
On the occasion of Baisakhi, DRecords presents you another blockbuster song “Sona Roop Hai Peeli Peeli Sarson” sung and composed by the Maverick Daler Mehndi.
Vaisakhi, also known as Baisakhi, celebrated as a harvest festival, across the northern Indian subcontinent, especially in the Punjab region by the Sikh community. This day is also observed as the thanks giving day by the farmers whereby the farmers pay their tribute, thanking God for the abundant harvest and also praying for the future prosperity. Continue reading
Om Jaap by Shailender Bharti
Shailender Bharti’s melodious voice is not only soothing the ears but does full justice to the Sanskrit shloka’s. The most sacred symbol of Hindu dharma, Aum is the sound of the infinite. It’s the essence of all mantras or shabad’s and representative of the Trinity Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. By form and sound, Aum symbolizes the infinite and ultimate reality and the entire universe. Though ancient Vedic and Sanskrit texts are full of its explanations, perhaps the loveliest of them is found in the marvelous Manduka Upanishad that explains the four elements of Aum as an allegory of the four planes of consciousness. Continue reading