performer, counter-cultural icon, lover of God: Bhagavan Das is as rich
and manifold as Existence itself.
Bhagavan Das is the last
living cultural icon of the 60's. As Ram Das's mentor (author of Be
Here Now) he ushered in the New Age Spiritual Movement being the first
Kirtan Artist in America. His groundbreaking album "Ah" (1971) produced
by Jimmi Hendrix's manager Michael Jeffrey's was the first World Music
album from Electric Ladyland. Bhagavan Das has also toured with Allen
Ginsberg, opened for the Grateful Dead and sang with Bob Dylan.
Living as a sadhu in India for six years Bhagavan Das studied
the ancient science of Nada Yoga under the guidance and direction of
his Guru Neem Karoli Baba. Nada Yoga is the path of devotion to the
inner sound current as a means to God Realization. Alan Watt's himself
saying in a Rolling Stone review of the Album "Ah" that "Bhagavan Das
is truly a Master of Nada Yoga"
To experience Bhagavan Das in concert is to receive Darshan
of the Guru himself, to touch and be touched by the immortal essence of
his Guru Neem Karoli Baba- as the Light of the Guru is delivered
through the mystical and potent voice of Bhagavan Das.His devotion to
his Guru as that living inner sound is what he shares and transmits to
all that wish to receive this blessing.
Bhagavan Das's rare and sacred offering to this world is his singing open heart, heralding the Guru's Grace through the vehicle of
Beloved by his many fans and
devotees, Bhagavan Das, or “Baba” as he is called, continues to touch
the hearts of all those who interact with him. His almost palpable love
of the divine led Lex Hixon to remark, “Bhagavan Das truly lives the
Ramakrishna reality.” We hope you enjoy the following pages. Feel free
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