The love of one's country is a splendid thing. But why should love stop at the border? There is a brotherhood among all men. This must be recognized if life is to remain. We must learn the love of man.
This small piece of writing is simply inadequate to do any justice to the standing of Shri SatGuru Nanak Devji or his teachings. To get to know the life story (more…)
“Kind words can be short and easy to speak but their echoes are truly endless.”-Mother Teresa
Emily Dickinson on solitude.
There are many kinds of solitude. There is the solitude of space, of all the planets and stars in the sky quietly being. The solitude of the sea experienced by those laying (more…)
Falsehood has an infinity of combinations, but truth has only one mode of being. — Rousseau
Aum just comes from the combination of two letters of the old Indian alphabets. “Au” comes from what we call “oora” in punjabi — it even looks like Aum. That’s the you get when your mouth is fully (more…)
This is much much better what’s going on in india in the name of Bollywood.— Rishab Prasanna, Bansuri Virtuoso
WOW – It is great to hear some different and pleasant.— Dan, Progressive Rock Musician
The mixture of minor key melody scales within the overriding major chords is foreign to my ear (save for George Harrison) fascinating, haunting, and beautiful. Wonderful vocal quality and control as well. This is really nice stuff. – Tom— Tom Balek, Musician from Charlotte
Goosebumps! David and Shiv, stunning work in “Jo Mange”!— Dorinda, Listener from Texas
Love the arrangement/placement of your harmonies in “Chamkan Tare”. Beautifully done.— Slyder, Musician from Texas
Wow… “Chamkan Tare” is so beautiful. Shiv you have a gorgeous voice 🙂 & Raul’s drums makes this song shimmer!— Caligulita Balmer, Musician from Guadeloupe
“Oooh this is too exquisite for words … I could listen to this all time … sheer bliss.— Annie, Singer/Songwriter on "Jo Mange"
Chamkan Tare made me cry in a nice way. Amazing 🙂— Dorothy Carroll, Ambient Musician, UK
Shiv’s voice reminds me of Jagjit Singh voice from the 1970’s.— Dattaprasad Ranade, Ghazal Singer
I really like the understated quality of Shiv’s vocal delivery. It remains Indian but with a little bit of something akin to alternative rock or indie folk.— Charlie Peacock, Grammy Winning Artist and Producer
Even when he speaks, it seems like he is singing.— Professor Atamjit Singh, Late UC Berkeley Professor
“Shiv’s voice is as sweet as his name.”— Ghulam Ali, Legendary Ghazal Singer
Yig Yuy Jio ,,,
– Brij bhushan goyal on Jun 12, 2017
Your voice is heavenly.keep singing.we will keep swinging
– Ashwani Shroff on May 29, 2017
I happened to listen to your video shabad Saas Saas…..which is one of my favorite shabads.
Amazingly pure and pious voice you have n it’s all the more soothing with your selection of accompanying music.
God bless you n your creativity.k rep it flowing!
– Sarawjeet on Apr 21, 2017
If you perform at the gurudwara regularly, I would love to listen to you again as it has been a revelation to me. I can still feel the goosebumps! Thank you!
– Gagandeep Lamba on Jul 25, 2016
We love your voice, your ability to blend age old shabads with today’s contemporary music. Thank YOU for doing what you do. You’re impacting lives of people, and kids, and helping shape their destiny, with them getting interested in shabads at such a tender age.
If you can make your schedule available on your site, as to where you perform in the Bay area, or when you’re scheduled for doing Kirtan in the…
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