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Ep 10 - Prof Surinder Singh, Founder, Raj Academy Conservatoire


Yogi of Sound and founder of Raj Academy Conservatoire, Professor Surinder Singh's motivation is to reveal the joyous spiritual teachings of Guru Nanak in the manner in which they were intended.

He is a musicologist, writer, singer, composer, social reformer, academic and humanitarian, but above all he wishes to teach the sacred science of sound.

He has a humble vision of peace, humanity, happiness and beacons of love experienced through Sikh music. It is a gift that he wants to share through the message of Shabad Guru – the musical realisation of Guru’s wisdom.

Listen to this episode in which Prof. Surinder Singh discusses about Shabad, Naad and Gurbani.

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