Kirtan Premi comes from a generation of Kirtaniyas. His grand father from his mother’s side was one of the first Kirtan leaders in Mayapur Chandradoya Mandir. His grandfather from his father’s side was a Maharashtrian Bhakti singer. He received a lot of association of beautiful kirtaniyas who were professionally trained. In 2008, he moved to […]
Damodarastaka Prabhu was born in India and came in touch with the Sankirtan movement in the year 2005 in Mumbai. He joined Aindra Prabhu’s Kirtan party from 2009 to 2011 where he had the service of doing 6 hours of Kirtan everyday from 1-4.30 am and 4-7 pm. After moving out of the temple he [...]
If you have a little bhava for Aindra Prabhu you should follow his rules for Kirtan which according to Martanda Prabhu are not so difficult to remember. In this episode of the Kirtan Standards series he explains among other things that Karatalas are very important, but that Mridanga is the heart...