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Smita’s second album to be released on Maha Sivaratri
The second music video of ‘Nirvana Shatakam’ on Lord Shiva, sung by pop singer Smita will be released on the night of Maha Sivaratri on March 7. The first video was released on March 4.
Hyderabad: The second music video of ‘Nirvana Shatakam’ on Lord Shiva, sung by pop singer Smita will be released on the night of Maha Sivaratri on March 7. The first video was released on March 4.
Nirvana Shatakam is a composition consisting of 6 slokas that summarise the basic teachings of Advaita Vedanta or non-dualism. It is often said by realised Gurus that these few verses can be of tremendous value for those progressing on the path of self-realisation.
After success of ‘Ishana’, Smita decided to go deeper into spiritual music. Nihal, who composed Ishana, has also scored music for these two songs. The videos are beautifully captured by Sameer Reddy, choreographed by Vijay and edited by Adele Periera.
“I dedicate this video to Sadhguru, my guru who set me on a spiritual journey seven years ago, and my grandmother T Lakshmi Kantamma who has been my driving force and my inspiration.
She was intensely spiritual and lived her life in the true essence of Nirvana Shatakam. I would like thank all the musicians and vocalists who helped me in making this happen,” said Smita.