Maharishi Gandharva Veda Concerts Online
“Gandharva music is universal. It is at home with every land, with every man, with every society. It is the language of bliss, the science and art of bliss, the song of Nature…”
—Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Dear Friends, Family and Maharishi Gandharva Veda fans,
So far there have been 4 online Maharishi Gandharva Veda Concerts through zoom, and many of you may have attended. Everyone greatly appreciated the concerts and the wonderful experiences of Bliss. The only regret was that we did not give enough notice to share the concerts with more friends and family. Therefore a new series of Maharishi Gandharva Veda Concerts has been scheduled.
The following concerts have been scheduled for this weekend, through the Zoom format.
There will be three concerts, in three different time zone categories, west coast, east coast and Europe, on different dates, featuring different Ragas.
Friday April 24th 8:15 pm Europe – CET.
Saturday April 25th 7:30 pm Eastern time – EST
Sunday April 26th 7:30 pm Pacific Time zone – PST
I deeply feel the application of this aspect of Maharishi’s Vedic Science will be greatly useful for reducing anxiety and fear in the world at this time.
Your contribution towards this musical event/yagya is $15 (or euro) per person for each concert.
The zoom link will be provided once payment has been received. Please send your email after you make you payment to receive the link.
Preferred payment method is paypal – email@example.com,
Zelle payment to 559-789-1675
Venmo payments to Theodore M Pizanis
Also credit card payments can be accepted over the phone – 559-789-1675
Any questions, contact us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Also text, call or whats app to 559-789-1675 or 641-451-3906.
Feel free to join any or all of these concerts and enjoy the rising waves of harmony, health, peace and joy.
Please feel free to share this e-mail with as many friends and music lovers as possible.”
Maharishi Gandharva Veda Music
is highly integrating and harmonizing because its rhythms and melodies are the eternal music of Nature – the rhythms and melodies of Nature expressed as music.
About Reshma Shrisvastava
Reshma was born in a family of musicians in Allahabad, Northern India. She learned to play the sitar from her uncle, Professor Satish Chandra, at a very early age. She has a Masters degree in music; teaches Maharishi Gandharva Veda at Maharishi European Research University (MERU) in Holland; and her Maharishi Gandharva Veda concerts have dazzled audiences in the US and world wide for many years. To learn more about Reshma – click here https://www.reshmasrivastava.com/