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Natesh Kirtan
Kirtan Wallah
Natesh is well-known for his blissful live kirtan – devotional call-and-response chanting – and professionally-recorded chants. He is a living example of the ecstatic heart, who has led kirtan at Bhakti Fest the past three years, as well as at Shakti Fest, Sedona Yoga Festival and a number of other festivals and conferences. 2016 has seen the addition of international kirtan events in India and Serbia. His kirtan events have been described as “straight from the heart,” “uplifting the heart” and “nourishing the soul.” At Bhakti Fest this year, Natesh led the first ever daily, deep-immersion Om Namah Shivaya chants each morning. For the past few years, he has also been offering his blissful chanting as a backdrop for yoga classes at festivals, most notably with Mark Whitwell and Saul David Raye.

Drawn to Swami Muktananda’s path in 1979, where he first experienced this profound spiritual practice, he has had a deep connection to the powerfully transforming nature of kirtan ever since. In early 2004 he started 'downloading chants from Source' on a regular basis, creating about 190 chants, and has held over 650 public kirtan gatherings. More than 100 live recordings of his chants are posted on his Bandcamp page. In early 2014, Natesh released his aptly-named and highly-regarded studio album, Bliss of Kirtan, featuring many gifted musicians and singers that are quite familiar to kirtan lovers in the West. The album has been called “a lovely and profound offering,” “a realm of enchanted bliss” and “stunningly beautiful for the ear and for the soul.”

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