Literature & Songs
Prabháta Saḿgiita (5019 songs)
A deep look at the songs of P.R. Sarkar (the collection of 5018 songs known as Prabhata Samgiita). Dr Sarkar compares these songs to thoughts of Vivekananda, Tagore and Aurobindo and explores the mystical and devotional poetry of the lyrics. In addition he shows how these songs are the musical expression of the social philosophy (PROUT and Neohumanism) of P.R. Sarkar.
Samgiita means the combination of vocal music, instrumental music, and dance. Prabhat was the given name of the composer of these songs, so the school of music that these songs embody has been named Prabhát Samgiita. The word prabháta also means “dawn.” Prabhát Samgiita heralds the dawn of a new era of music.
Saḿgiita: Song, Dance and Instrumental Music
Prabhata Samgiita does not only mean songs written by Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar. The word prabhata also means “dawn”, so Prabhata Samgiita heralds the dawn of a new era of music. Shrii Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar used the charming and melodious medium of song to doubly ensure that the ideas in his discourses would penetrate the core of listeners’ beings and be translated thence into action. It is worth mentioning here that the author referred to his own Prabhata Samgiita songs in one discourse of this book, and also included one of his songs in another discourse.
Sarkar’s Short Stories (1-9 Vols)
A collection of humorous and moral stories in the Indian tradition, full of fun and imagination. The author uses skillfully those humorous stories in order to point out the defects in the educational system and in society in general.
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