Sat Jot Singh

Sat Jot Singh

Sat Jot Singh is a devotional musician who has been spreading the healing power of kundalini mantras through his music. He began his journey in 2006, touring and recording with Snatam Kaur and Guruganesha Singh. He quickly became a valuable member of the team, recording and composing tracks for their CDs, and touring with them as a bass player, keyboard player, and backing vocalist. In 2009, Sat Jot Singh released "Divine Shine" and "Sadhana Live from Rishikesh," which were met with critical acclaim. His latest album, "Breath of Love," features popular mantras such as Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo, Pavan Guru, Ardas Bahee, Hum Dum Har Har, Sat Narayan, and more. Combining these sacred mantras with English lyrics, inspiring words by Yogi Bhajan, and poetry by Kabir, Sat Jot Singh's music is a celebration of divinity, joy, and inner peace. Through his music, Sat Jot Singh aims to help people discover the transformative power of the healing sound current. As you sing along with him, you will experience a divine celebration that brings deep relaxation, inner joy, peace, love, and healing. His style of music is a blend of western music and kundalini mantras, making it accessible to a wide audience. Sat Jot Singh's spiritual teachings can also be found in his speeches and discourses, which are available on SikhNet's website. He encourages people to connect with their inner selves and to find joy and peace through music and meditation. His music and teachings are deeply rooted in Sikhism and Gurbani, and he is a true ambassador of the Sikh faith and his music is not to be missed. Combined with inspiring words and poetry, his mantras will leave you feeling rejuvenated and at peace.
Popular Tracks
Har Prosperity Meditation
Sat Jot Singh - Kundalini Meditations Vol 1
Sat Siri Siri Akal
Sat Jot Singh - Live from Rishikesh
Ardas Bahee
Sat Jot Singh - Breath of Love
Wah Yantee
Sat Jot Singh - Live from Rishikesh
Sat Narayan
Sat Jot Singh - Breath of Love
Har Hare Hari
Sat Jot Singh - Divine Shine
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