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Manish Vyas: India, its Paths, Traditions, Yoga, Music, Mantra, Spirituality

Manish Vyas

"Since I started traveling to present sacred music from India around the world, I was shocked about the shapes and forms that our traditions from India could take when they reached the west, so far from the real." Mantra, Yoga, Music, Meditation, Kirtan, Ayurveda, Tantra, Dhyan, to just mention some of the ancient sciences and arts from India which have spread around the world in the last decades and are being shared in different ways.Manish shares different aspects from the vast world of music, arts, sciences and paths from India with inspiring stories, interviews and anecdotes, which can bring the listener closer to the magnificent world of arts and culture from India and also will help to understand many aspects that maybe they did not know about.Manish Vyas was born in 1971 in the state of Gujarat in a Brahmin family of artists and musicians. Having been raised in the Sanatana Dharma way of life (known as Hinduism in the west) he has been connected to the culture and tradition of his country since birth; also later being connected with two spiritual Masters and his music Gurus, shaped his path and vision uniquely, refining all he had learned before.All of this offers a vast number of subjects that he shares in these podcast based on his own living experience and through conversations with characters from India. He also interviews these people generating very interesting conversations that will appeal any lover of the world of India. Most important is his seal of authenticity in a world crowded with offers from India, sometimes good references, but also many times very far from the real.A podcast for lovers of the music and culture from India and its different colors and paths. Thank you for listening!
Importance of a Real Guru in the Journey of Indian MusicJuly 02, 2022 Episode artwork A Profound Insight into the World of Indian Music: a talk with Palash DholakiaJune 10, 2022 Episode artwork World Yoga Festival: A Yoga Feast in UK, with the Heart and Soul in IndiaFebruary 25, 2022 Episode artwork A Message for all Students and Potential Students of Music from IndiaJanuary 09, 2022 Episode artwork Adiyogi: Presentation of the Upcoming Shiva Album, by Manish VyasSeptember 24, 2021 Episode artwork Dhrupad and the Importance of Sanskrit LanguageAugust 25, 2021 Episode artwork Dhrupad, the Oldest Surviving Classical Style of North Indian Vocal MusicJuly 16, 2021 Episode artwork Dhrupad, a Major Ancient Heritage in the Music from IndiaJuly 03, 2021 Episode artwork Yoga, as a Path for an Earnest PractitionerJune 20, 2021 Episode artwork Not All Devotional Music from India is Kirtan or MantraJune 15, 2021 Episode artwork Indian Music Requires that One Becomes Available Like a Hollow BambuMay 15, 2021 Episode artwork The Path of Sufism in India and its MusicApril 30, 2021 Episode artwork From Gross to Subtle in the World of Yoga and MantraApril 10, 2021 Episode artwork Understanding Gayatri MantraMarch 27, 2021 Episode artwork True World of Mantra and Sacred Music from India : an interview to BapuMarch 07, 2021 Episode artwork A Musical path: Discovering the Potential and Significance of Music used for Higher PurposesFebruary 24, 2021 Episode artwork The Miracle of a Guru in One's LifeFebruary 07, 2021 Episode artwork Harmonium has also been Subjected to Cultural AppropriationJanuary 22, 2021 Episode artwork Distinguishing Between a Meditation Retreat and a Chill-out Get AwayJanuary 10, 2021 Episode artwork Making Meditation a Way of LifeDecember 28, 2020 Episode artwork Interview with Mantra FM Radio : English / SpanishDecember 23, 2020 Episode artwork India and the Attitude of LearningDecember 20, 2020 Episode artwork Interview about the album "Mantra"December 06, 2020 Episode artwork The False Identity of "being a Yogi"November 29, 2020 Episode artwork Spirituality and IndiaNovember 22, 2020 Episode artwork