Maa – The Navratri Special

Maa – The Navratri Special

Maa – The Navratri Special



MAA – The Navratri Special (A rare live recording)

Daler Mehndi regales his audiences with an exclusive performance dedicated to ADI SHAKTI.

DRecords is the exclusive rights holder to rare live recordings of India’s super talented song writer, composer and performer Daler Mehndi and in keeping its promise to bring to music lovers such rare gems by the artist par excellence on regular intervals, we are proud to release this very exclusive and rare gem of a Live performance, titled MAA – The Navratri Special, on the occasion of Navratri.

That Daler Mehndi is the undisputed King of Bhangra is given, Nanak Naam Jahaz Hai (Bhaag Milkha Bhaag) Bahubali, Dangal, Mirzya singer has enthralled the world with powerful and soulful renditions in various Bollywood movies, but the singer also made a name in the Sufi World by being the recipient of the prestigious RUMI FOUNDATION AWARD this March of 2017, he has been intermittently releasing some exceptional Gurbani content over the years of which Rajan Ke Raja (Bani Dasm Granth), Japji Sahib (a unique rendition, the first ever recording of the Japji by any singer /ragi in the world, touching 32 ragas), Chaupai Sahib to the record breaking 300 Saal Guru De Naal commemorating the 300 years of installation of Sri Guru Granth Sahib, Dukhbhanjani Sahib, the marvelous Waheguru album to name a few.

The three song album opens with the very soulful Ni Maye Lutte Gaye leading to Aajo Jinhe Paar Langna and finally to the pacy Mainu Sohna Jeha Maa Da Darbar Mileya all written and composed by Daler Mehndi.

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Apart from the goose bump creating flawless singing, the Artist pleasantly surprises us with the explanations – direct from the heart, strong statements giving an insight into his spiritual nature and thoughts. He doesn’t mince words, is straight forward absolutely sans rhetoric.

All in all it is brilliant listen, evoking feeling of love for the benign Adi Shakti and all her incarnates – the Goddesses of Shakti, Bhakti, Lakshmi, Gyaan, Daya, Love – called lovingly by different names.