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Shyamdas has released four audio CDs which reflect the diversity of his musical and devotional experiences. These albums include call-and-response kirtans in Vrindavan style, enhanced by his own original, ecstatic mood. They also feature Vedic Sanskrit mantras, live temple-calls and ambient sounds from sacred India, and enchanting poems by 16th century Indian poets such as Surdas. Click on the link below to hear samples and purchase these CDs from their official source,


Worship love-filled Krishna with the devotional mood of the Gopis.
What is the point of your million practices if you do not serve Him with love?
Once the fire sages asked Lord Rama, “Give us the pleasures of Sita. Make us all women.”
Now, what type of path is this, in which a man gets a woman’s devotion?
This is the reverse of all norms.
When the Gopis heard Shri Krishna’s flute,
they ran out of their homes with their clothes and jewelry in disarray.
Yet, their devotion was in perfect symmetry,
like letters on a printing press that are set in reverse
but appear correctly when printed on paper.
When there is recognition of love, the Vedic rules no longer stand.
Sings Sur, “The Vraj Gopis brought that clever Enchanter under the rule of their love.”
— Surdas