DAWN TO DUSK

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“May All Beings Be Happy”

Daily life style of the meditator from early morning (Dawn) to late evening (Dusk).

“Dawn to Dusk” extracting the background from early morning (Dawn) to late evening (Dusk). The album is specially based on the daily life-style of the meditator having “Simple living, High thinking (Good will)” nature. Some effects on track two and three of this album indicate the century old tradition, which is still in practice in Nepal.

The album contains six tracks from “Welcoming Dawn” to “Before Night” in a systematic way. Crowing of cocks in the early morning (3-4 am) indicates that it’s a time to wake up and get ready for meditation. A meditator concentrates himself and meditates for complete state of relaxation. Hearing a sound of “Humming of Big Bell” a meditator realizes the time to visit temple for praying of the divine power and purgation of soul praying of divine power in the temple is followed by blowing of Sankha (Conch), ringing bells, playing Damaru (Small Drums), Nagara (Big Drums) and Bhajan (Chanting). At the time, the divine power may act upon for elimination of sin, and realization of eternal peace generating creativity. In this way, the daily life of the meditator passes thinking creativity, praying spiritually. “May All Beings Be Happy”

1. Welcoming Dawn

According to Eastern mythology, “Early Morning (3-4 A.M.)” is said to be “Brahamuhurta” welcomed by crowing of cock. It is the best time for meditation and vocal practice.

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2. Humming of Big Bell

Big bells of three Durbar Squares of Kathmandu Valley are the signs of Mall-period. The bells are specially rung up for three purposes: praying gods and goddesses, emergency cases and to gather people on some matters. Effect on this track is the real sound of Big-bell of Bhaktapur Durbar Square played during the time of prayer to goddess “Taleju” early morning. It is rung up two times: Early morning and Evening.

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3. Shankhanada Praying Divine Power for Elimination of Sin (Mahisasurbadha)

This track specially focuses the real activities during our great festival “Dashain” and praying gods and goddesses at the Hindu temples. Praying of gods and goddesses is commenced with blowing of Sankha (Conch), ringing bells, playing Damaru (Small drums), Nagara (Big Drum) and then followed by “Bhajan” (Chanting) playing many other instruments. According to Hindu mythology, in this “Kali Yug”, “Bhahan” is said to be best way of enlightenment. After the Bhajan, divine power may act upon the devotees for the elimination of sin (Mahisasurbadha- the personated inner and outer sins.)

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4. Eternal Peace

When there is an elimination of sin, one can feel the eternal peace. There is peace everywhere.

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5. Creative Eye

When people at eternal peace, attaining the knowledge of Universe, they will be at complete state of relaxation and they think about spiritual progress and prosperity praying spiritually ‘May All Beings Be Happy.’

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6. Before Night

When day falls down, the sun sets. All the living creatures go back to their home. According to eastern mythology, this time is also said to be “Bramhamuhurta” and the best time for meditation and vocal practice as well.

Bramhamuhurta - The auspicious moment for gaining the knowledge of the Universe.

Kali-Yug - There are four Yug (period) in Hindusm: Satya Yug, Tetra Yug, Dwapar Yug and Kali Yug (present age of Quarrel)

Mahisasurbadha According to Hindu mythology, the legend tells that “Mahisasur – a powerful demon” was killed by goddess Durga, integrating divine powers from all the gods and goddess.(Badh – to kill)