A love story…

A love story…

  This is the story of Kay, a dynamite of a human, who fell in love. Truly deeply madly, in love with Vedic chanting.     I’ve known (of) Kay for several years now, thanks mostly to the yoga community of Brussels and social media. But I only met her in...
Lalitā – Divine names recitation

Lalitā – Divine names recitation

In the Indian sacred literature, the texts embodying ‘Sahasranāma’ or literally, the thousand names are an important genre, with the Lalitā Sahasranāma considered as one of the most important (along with the Viṣṇu Sahasranāma). This type of composition is...
What’s in it for me?? 3 reasons to chant the Vedas

What’s in it for me?? 3 reasons to chant the Vedas

Just a few months ago, at an event, The Ambassador of India to Belgium asked me a very pertinent question. She said, “Tell me, why would one want to take the time to learn, understand and practice Veda recitation. I know it is important, but I’d like to understand...
On becoming a Vedic engineer

On becoming a Vedic engineer

I was born in the year 1972, my most significant life event. More importantly, the same year, a wonderful translation of 12 Rig Veda hymns was taking place. Jean Le Mée, extraordinary Engineer and poet, powered by his interest in Sanskrit, completed his Sanskrit...
A tribute

A tribute

All of this, all my work is dedicated to the memory of my mother Saroja Sriramaiah. She was an accomplished classical and devotional singer, taught chanting classes to over a thousand students at home and at 10 different chanting centres in Bangalore, India. 6 years...