Sat Darshan Singh & Sirgun Kaur
Sat Darshan Singh is a Support Tech at Akal Security in Espanola, New Mexico. He was born into the tradition of Kundalini Yoga and raised doing the Aquarian Sadhana. Music has been his passion since childhood, and he honed his skills by studying classical Indian kirtan in Amritsar, India, for 7 years, including 4 years under the tutelage of Ustad Narinder Singh Sandhu, a renowned Indian raagi. Sat Darshan has also been trained as a Certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor by Yogi Bhajan himself. Back in the US, he learned from masters in Rock, Blues, and Jazz music, such as Kevin Zoernig and Jason Goodyear. Sat Darshan's skills as an audio engineer have taken him on tour with Snatam Kaur and Guruganesha Singh. He has performed with many of the top Kundalini chant artists such as Snatam Kaur, GuruGanesha Singh, and Harnam Singh, among others. Sirgun Kaur, on the other hand, had a childhood of constant travel. Being an expat in France taught her to be grateful for her own voice, which she believes is the clearest expression of our soul. As a Kundalini Yoga instructor, she knows how devotional singing can help us find the home we've been seeking inside our hearts. Sirgun has a deep understanding of how sacred mantras can elevate our consciousness and transport us to an ecstatic space. She is a blog writer for Spirit Voyage and one of the organizers for Bhakti Fest. Sirgun has also gained international recognition at White Tantric Yoga events, where her song "Bliss" was selected as the soundtrack to the KRI promotional DVD "Facets of the Master," played at each break. She currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona. Both Sat Darshan Singh and Sirgun Kaur bring a unique perspective to the world of Gurbani and Kundalini Yoga. Their styles range from classical Indian kirtan to Western mantras, and their music is sure to inspire and uplift listeners. Check out their collection of shabads, kirtan, and mantras here - where you can find a wide variety of audio content that will help you connect with the divine.
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