The flute bearing Krishna, said to be the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu, is most popular of all the Deities. One of his many facets and the most revered is that of the Divine Lover. Known by a myriad of names. To most Hindus he is the God himself, the Supreme Being, the Absolute, the Brahman. Of all the Vishnu avatars, he is the most popular, and perhaps of all Hindu Gods the one closest to the heart of the masses.
In Krishna Forever, world-renowned singers Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty, Hariharan, Shankar Mahadevan, Ashit and Hema Desai, Suresh Wadkar, and the highly talented, Alap Desai, render newly penned compositions in praise of Krishna.
Alap Desai’s debut as a music director on the world stage is enhanced by Atul Raninga’s brilliant synthesis of the traditional and contemporary musical arrangements.
|Manmohan Tu Murliwala - Hariharan||1|
|Jai Krishna - Pt. Ajoy Chakrabarty||2|
|Hari Naam Japo - Ashit & Hema Desai||3|
|Krishne Ke Shubhnaam Sumiram - Suresh Wadkar||4|
|Manmohana - Shankar Mahadevan||5|
|Hari Gun Gao - Suresh Wadkar||6|
|Hari Naam Ki Mala Japo - Alap Desai||7|
|Mera Shyam Tu - Hariharan||8|
|Music Composed by Alap Desai|
|Programmed by Atul Raninga|
|Music Arranged by Ashit Desai|
|Conceived & Produced by Hemant Mattani|