Anand Sahib song from album Saheb-e-Kalam By Daler Mehndi

Saheb-e-Kamaal by DRecords is an anthology of Gurbani of Dasam Guru, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Bhai Kishan Pal Singh Ji sings the shabads in Veer Ras full of vigor. It has a unique mix of the sound of the famous ‘Ranjit Nagaras’ & ‘Beguls’ for the first time ever in history of Gurbani album. The shabads captivate and transcend the audiences into the history when Khalsa Panth was born. The conventional style of singing and music gives a feeling of the Baisakhi of 1699, where Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji called for sacrifice to baptize the oppressed and start a new movement against tyranny of the Mughal Empire. The album is a must for all to relive the historic origin of the Khalsa Panth.

The album also includes Chaupai Sahib – the ‘Benti’ which is a everyday prayer that one should do to empower oneself. These hymns, written by the tenth Sikh guru Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, are from Brij Bhasha and easily understandable. One should recite and listen to this prayer for protection, security and confidence, and to gain spiritual safety and defense from external and internal enemies, worries and afflictions.

Credits :

Year of Release : 2013

Album : Saheb-e- Kamaal

Song : Anand Sahib

Author : Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji (Dasam Granth)

Composer : Daler Mehndi

Singer : Lt. Bhai Kishan Pal Singh Ji

Label : DRecords

 

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