Jagjit Singh Remains unsurpassed as the most talented and popular musician of our times. With a sound classical base and expertise in western orchestration he beautifully creates his compositions by blending the traditional with the modern. Selection of intense poetry and melodious sound design distinguishes him form the rest. In fact he is one of the first singers to have made the innovative use of western instruments to enhance the sound effect of his compositions without disturbing the lyrical beauty of the song. He has given us numerous hits from films such as Arth. Sarfarosh, Premgeet, Saath Saath, Pinjar and more. He has also released more than 50 non film albums of ghazals and bhajans and is passionately involved in the making of each of his albums right from selecting the lyrics to composing the music including orchestration recordings and sound mixing. The depth of his mystical and silken voice merged with his stirring and crystal clear renditions is the hallmark of his singing style. He has been conjuring up magic with his music and enthralling audiences for the past four decades now. His contribution in the field of music has been immensely recognized and he has been honored with many awards including Padma Bhushan by the Government of India.
In this album Jagjit Singh reveres the adorable Lord of Successful beginnings and the destroyer of all obstacles by singing in his glory. The first to be worshipped at every occasion. Lord Ganesh epitomizes everything related to wisdom. Considered as a symbol of intelligence and a conveyer of good luck. He is believed to grant success knowledge power fame and prosperity to all his devotees.
The album contains the powerful Vakratunda Mahakaye… Jaap followed by the Ganesh Mahamantra Om Gam Ganpataye Namah in the voice of the ever popular Jagjit Singh. Start each day with the resounding echoes of these sacred chants for an auspicious beginning.
1. Vakratunda Mahakaya Composed by Jagjit Singh
2. Om Gam Ganpataye Namah Composed by Jagjit Singh
3. Jai Ganesh Deva – Aarti Lyrics by Surdasji, Composed by J.S.R. Madhukar