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Album: Grace

Artist: Snatam Kaur

  • Genre: Devotional & Spiritual
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 6

  • Copyright: ℗ 2004 Spirit Voyage Records

Tracklist For Grace By Artist Snatam Kaur

Title Artist Time
Ong Namo Snatam Kaur 10:02 USD Album Only
Ray Man Shabad Snatam Kaur 15:49 USD Album Only
Hari Har Snatam Kaur 8:52 USD 1.29
Ra Ma Da Sa Snatam Kaur 13:33 USD Album Only
By Thy Grace Snatam Kaur 7:45 USD 1.29
Long Time Sun Snatam Kaur 3:58 USD 1.29

Reviews For Grace By Artist Snatam Kaur

  • sweetness in soul

    By Peace Here Now
    indeed my heart is captivated, thank you!
  • uplifting

    By KiZzYcAt
    I heard this cd playing in a friend"s car. When I got home, I went online and bought it. I don't usually go for this genre, but this one's appealing to me. I love her voice. I don't care much for the cover, but as they say, "Don't judge a book...".
  • Lovely, Calming

    By Meglion424
    I first heard one of these tracks in a yoga class, and was truly transfixed. It turns out the whole album is almost tear-jerkingly lovely. A great find.
  • beautiful, soulful music

    By Alli Kubler
    this music grabs your heart and calms your soul..
  • Grace

    By Enginegro
    I heard these chants for the first time last week in my yoga/meditation class.. These songs have changed my life. I am so grateful for this music especially at this time in my life when so much is shifting. Sat Nam
  • Grace

    By v1rot8
    When Gurmukh reccommends it you go with it. It is so beautiful, I cried, for awhile!!!
  • Grace

    By salsalsal
    One of the most beautiful albums I have ever heard. I never get tired of it, inspirational yet not preachy... very uplifting- especially By Thy Grace.
  • Grace

    By Rose45
    One morning after I first got this album these beautiful chants along with Snatam Kaur's voice and spirit moved me to tears. That was a few years ago. Today I still enjoy opening my heart and being taken away by the spirit of this album.
  • Grace

    By gracemary
    I am addicted to this album and listen to it all the time. I teach junior high students and often play it in the morning as they drift into my classroom. It immediately calms them down and puts them in a ready and learning mode. Very calming. My own young children love it and my three year old goes around the house singing Ong Namo.
  • Grace by Snatam Kaur

    By ckeith
    when we heard "RA MA DA SA SA SAY SO HUNG" in the car and I look back to see the 5 & 6 year olds kind of relaxing into the meditation position, their feet folded in the carseats, with their hands very close to the correct position, I knew I had to have this song available at my disposal!!! One of the most hauntingly melodic songs I've heard in a long time. So nice to hear music that makes you think there is still hope out there for our human race and that small things can make a difference! Namaste!

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