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Neith on Tuesday, December 08, 2009
At peace, or disturbed. That's the problem with modern music... some artists create these sounds that disturb us deeply, very deeply, then refuse to take some responsibility for what they've helped nurture. Music is a form of healing though. :) Always let in the music that can heal you, and sometimes even the disruptive music can heal oneself... when we're hurt, we need the angry music to force us to face our own anger/hurt. It's when kids get addicted to it that the problems start.

Varun Nair on Tuesday, March 17, 2009
The artist singing in this song is Vishal Vaid - you'd hear him in a lot of Karsh Kale's albums...MidiVal Punditz.and a few other artists. I heard he might release an album later this year. But he is apart of Kale's band - Realize. Performs awesome live and him and Falguni Shah on Kale's Liberation album is fantastic.

stargate669 on Tuesday, March 10, 2009
dude Donald Rumsfeld is offering Sitar lessons. All you do is help invade a country like Iran, kill, steal and torture and he'll give you a medal, lots of money, make you a hero and give you free sitar lessons. Apply today at the Whitehouse.

superautobacs on Monday, August 15, 2011
Had this track on repeat last night as it was stuck in my head the throughout the day earlier. Another good contribution by Sting on this track. Definitely the best track in this CD album.

devilzshack on Friday, September 30, 2011
This track makes my world go around...Wait..that might be the alcohol..But this track is pretty amazing nonetheless.. :)

Varun Nair on Thursday, April 29, 2010
Ulhas Bapat plays the Santoor in this song. Anoushka's involvement in the song would probably be as a composer.

Vijai Kumar on Tuesday, February 09, 2010
Neithie, you have said something that has inspired me deeply. Before, I was ignorant. Believing that Indian Classical music was the only music that had significant meaning in the world, I condemned most other styles of music, not realizing that all music has it purpose. Music, in any form, is an attempt to solidify and sustain a culture, even if it may include a drum set or synthesizer. Music is a wonderful experience, a nurturing one. Thank you for imparting your inspiration. -Vijai

Vijai Kumar on Tuesday, February 09, 2010
@bhaskar10ster I agree that Indian classical music is truly the best because it is so serene. But this, by no means, is Indian classical music. It is fusion. And this fusion music happens to be very serene and beautiful as well. I guess you meant the Indian classical aspects to this song.

Metsu 962 on Monday, March 09, 2009
meherbani! Thanks for sharing! I already love the first song I heard and I'm going to get as much as I can from them! Wish I would have gotten into this sooner :)

Neith on Tuesday, December 08, 2009
It is about what it means to you. What it makes you think, and feel. Some songs come with meanings clear in them. Some are for you, and you alone.

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Singer: Anoushka Shankar, Karsh Kale
Lyricist: Anoushka Shankar, Norah Jones, Karsh Kale, Ajay Jhingran, Todd Michaelsen, Gaurav Raina, Nishant Peralta, Indira Verma

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