This is one of the most unusual and lovely Mantra albums I've ever heard. These performers have transformed traditional material into something original and incredibly beautiful. Also perfect for meditation and yoga, Absolutely exquisite !                                                                                                                                                                                           Facing North Review

 Celebration - Straight to your Heart - Medley - Living Colours& Live in Paris

"Classical Indian / Jazz Fusion is alive and well thanks to artists like Nadaka, who retain all the best elements of its 1970's roots while adding touches which keep a contemporary sound. These albums are among the gems of recent recordings in this genre". 
                                                              (The Internet Guide to Indian Classical /Jazz Fusion)

Meditation one - The Lotus of the Quiet Mind
Meditation two - The Lotus of the Silent Deep
Meditation one - The Lotus of the Open Heart
SURYA is the sun. This album is a selection of Vedic mantras chanted in dedication to this magnificent source of light and energy that shines at the center of our world and deep within our cells.
Veda means knowledge. Vedic Mantras were received by the Rishis, seekers of knowledge, from an intuitive plane of consciousness. These Mantras were passed down orally for thousands of years, carrying deep hidden truths, formulae of the inner workings of our being and our innate connection to the elements in our universe. Chanted in their original form, they can stimulate the higher mind, rejuvenate the body and bring a sense of infinity to the soul.
In Sanskrit, the word itself carries the vibration of its meaning and the magic lies in reaching beyond the mental sphere to touch a realm, where these sound-syllables and their intonation combined, offer a transcending experience. In India, it is said that sound is at the source of all creation, Nada Brahma. In this work, we have rendered some of these mantras in their original form respecting their inherent beauty and vibration. We have integrated them into a contemporary musical setting inspired by our search to connect these sacred sounds to our lives in the present day.



Nadaka Guitars & Vocal  Ganesh Violin 
Shivamani  Drums & Percussion
This album draws upon a large spectrum of instruments and musical traditions. Featuring Ganesh's questing violin and extended guitar solo by Nadaka, Above, below, in between, there is wonderful percussion work from Shivamani, the cymbals flittering, the rhythms and textures changing almost by the second as Indian and Western musical modes play off each other and intertwine.At its best, this is more than just a synthesis. It is a celebration of how different types of musical expression can approach and, through working together, evoke the "true note"
Nadaka RagaGuitar & Vocal  Ganesh Violin
Vikku Vinayakram  Ghatam   Selvaganesh  Kanjira
With his modified guitar Nadaka comes very close to the sound of a veena while conserving the technique of the guitar. But the quality of this album is not limited to the discovery of this new instrument. The music by Nadaka and Ganesh (violin) plays joyfully on contrasts and subtleties. Moments of calm are followed by complex rhythmic patterns played by the two percussionists the world renowned Vikku of Shakti fame and his son Selvaganesh. It's all 100% acoustic. You feel the strings rubbing and the skins vibrating! 
Nadaka & the Basavaraj Brothers
Nadaka RagaGuitar Balasai Flute Ragavendra Violin
Sivaramakrishna Sitar   Ganesh Rao Tabla
Ramakrishnan Mridangam & percussions ( Living colours)
Kesavan Mridangam & percussions ( Live in Paris)
"Living Colours" is an acoustic fusion of Indian Classical music with a contemporary jazzy feel and "Live in Paris" is a selection of recordings from two outstanding musical nights in Paris. Spontaneous, compelling music that carries the essence and beauty of traditional Indian music together with  World  Sounds performed with great energy and virtuosity.