Sat Hari Singh & Hari Bhajan Kaur
Sat Hari Singh Khalsa was born in 1950 in Rostock, Eastern Germany. With experience in several countries across the world, Sat Hari Singh is known for his dedication to Yogi Bhajan, his Kundalini Yoga disciplines, Yogi Tea, his family, and singing healing mantras. He has participated in numerous international and national projects, and is particularly well-known for his Golden Temple Teehaus located near a university in Hamburg. Sat Hari Singh has a special connection with spiritual songs, playing rhythmic instruments, and creating spontaneous Mantra melodies, many of which he has written himself. He has written numerous poems and songs that continue to resonate with listeners today, reminding us that our songs and way of life are intertwined. Kundalini Yoga students come to his classes to sing, chant, and meditate with songs that touch their souls. Yogi Bhajan introduced the eternal song of Guru Nanak to the West, which has become the treasure and laughing heart of singing that lives inside Sikh Dharma. Sat Hari Singh has attracted hundreds of musicians on this journey, inspiring them to new compositions and sound patterns that continue to fuel the creative musical work that never ends. Hari Bhajan Kaur has been singing her whole life and she played her first Shabad at the age of five. Hari Bhajan Kaur began singing Gurbani Kirtan at a young age, and her music style includes Western, Mantras, and Kundalini Music. Together, Sat Hari Singh Khalsa and Hari Bhajan Kaur have shared their spiritual teachings through their speeches and discourses, which can be found on SikhNet Play’s catalog. Their music styles reflect the beautiful blend of Eastern and Western cultures, creating an uplifting and meditative experience for listeners. With their dedication to Kundalini Yoga and the Sikh tradition, their music and teachings continue to inspire people all over the world.
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