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Mens Choir Of The Vedanta Society - One only one
with special guests Rabindara and Indira
Vedanta Press - Private Label LP
I am with you always
Come and comfort me
Filled with Brahman
The lord himself
One and only
My beloved guru
Let me never forget thee
Lord Lord Lord
Lord by the grace
Once upon a time, a long time ago - well- back in the early seventies, the Men's Choir was a popular source of devotional music sung usually before and after the Sunday lecture in our Hollywood Temple.
The sound is typical of the era, partly folk but a unique sound nonetheless. Take a trip down memory lane to hear an historical part of the Vedanta Society.
Enjoy this unique collection of original religious music performed by the 1971 Men’s Choir of the Vedanta Society of Southern California under the direction of Sudhir with special guests Rabindra & Indira. (Album recorded in a studio)
What is Vedanta?
is a philosophy taught by the Vedas, the most ancient scriptures of India. Its basic teaching is that our real nature is divine. God is our innermost Self, an underlying reality that exists in every being. Religion is therefore a search for Self, a search for God within. We don't need to be "saved." At worst, we are unaware of our true nature.
All ethics are merely a means to the end of finding God within ourselves. "Right" action is action which brings us nearer to the knowledge of God. "Wrong" action leads us away from that knowledge. Our ideas of "good" and "evil" are therefore only relative values and must not be used as an absolute standard by which we judge others. Each of us has our own problems and our own of development. But the goal is the same for all.