The repertoire offered by Manu Om alternates between mantras and prayers from the Sikh Dharma (Gurmuki) and Sanskrit. Both paths offer in their practice the song and sweetness of Bhakti (devotion).
Manu Om was born in the fall of 2007. Little by little the mantras begin to arrive. They spring fruit from the love of Bhagavan.
‘From my mother’s side I receive the inheritance of Kundalini Yoga. A lineage with a young movement, but with roots deeply established in the path of Sikh Dharma.
At the same time, I belong to the lineage of Bhagavan. Enlightened master of northern India. Through Him I receive inspiration.
“May you wake up singing, may you practice singing, may you walk singing, may you forgive singing. Sing, sing, sing… May death find you singing.” – Manu Om