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Learn the tools given by the Sikh masters

Use the traditional Sikh string instruments to elevate your consciousness.


Dilruba is also the easiest and lightest instrument to play and is incredibly simple to understand. It is a matter of 10 minutes to pick it up and start playing.


The Saranda is a unique bowed instrument which originated among the Sikhs. It was designed, created and played by the fifth Sikh Guru, Guru Arjan.


An enchanting instrument that dates back to 5000BC. The name ‘Sarangi’ is translated as 'one hundred colours'.


The Jori, also known as Panjabi Pakhawaj, was created in the court of the fifth Sikh Guru, Guru Arjan, by two musicians of the court, Satta and Balwand.


The Sikh Rababi (Kirtanee) tradition of singing Kirtan according to the hukam (divine order) of the Gurus – following the given raag (musical mood).


The sound of the Taus is wonderfully melodious, taking you to a complete heavenly state where you can feel the warmth of the universe.

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For 7-days we invite you to use these powerful sacred sounds from the Mere Mun Album as a gateway to experience a sense of oneness, peace, and unity.

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