Saint Surdas - Times Music presents songs of Saint Surdas. Surdas (1478-1584) was a saint and a composer, who lived in Braj, near Mathura of India. Akbar's books, Ain-e-Akbari and Munshiat-e-Abul-Fazl, mention the life of this great Lord Krishna devotee and his composition of a hundred thousand songs, Sur Sagar, Ocean of Melody, written in praise of Lord Krishna. Only about 8000 of them survive today.These songs, written in Brij Bhasha, a common man's dialect of Hindi language, actually raised the status of that dialect. The poetry is a vivid description of the childhood plays of lord Krishna.Suridas was born blind, and at the age of 6, made to join a group of wandering religious musicians. One night, Lord Krishna came in his dream, and instructed him to go to Vrindavan, and become a saint, singing the Lord's glory.As a teenager, he met his guru, Saint Jagadguru Shrimad Vallabhacharya, and was trained in Hindu philosophy and meditation. As Surdas was a talented singer and composer.
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Shamaaile Tirmidhi The Shamaa-il of Imaam Abu 'Eesa Timidhi has a collection of 397 ahaadith and is divided into 55 chapters on the physical description and character of our beloved Nabi Sallallahu 'Alayhi Wasallam
Chalisa Ganesh It is sung on the starting of something new work or any inaguration
An Explanation Of The Truth Of Monotheism Tawheed ul-Ibaadah. English text about Monotheism. A truly excellent treatise, well written, brief and concise and a comprehensive treatment of the subject of the Tawheed that the Messengers were sent with