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Bhavik Haria

New musical collaboration ‘Tere Siva Prabhu’

A spiritual collaboration

Following their individual successes in capturing audiences with their heartfelt music, Bhavik Haria and Rita Morar have teamed up on their new spiritual release ‘TERE SIVA PRABHU’ which from Hindi, translates to ‘No one but you my lord’. Along with music produced by Dhani, the single is now available across digital streaming platforms.

“Producing and recording ‘TERE SIVA PRABHU’ has been a deeply spiritual journey for me, a soulful exploration of devotion and connection with the divine. Collaborating with the exceptionally talented Rita Morar, and Dhani on the music production has elevated this experience, infusing each note with a profound sense of reverence and beauty. This song, a Sai Bhajan, resonates with the universal longing for solace and guidance in times of need. It’s a humble offering, a heartfelt prayer from the depths of the soul, seeking refuge in the divine presence.

As an artist dedicated to preserving the rich tradition of devotional music, ‘TERE SIVA PRABHU” embodies my mission to #KeepBhajansAlive, reminding us of the timeless power of spiritual expression through music.” – Bhavik

Roots & Changes LIVE UK Tour – Feb 2022

A dream truly come true

Roots & Changes LIVE is one of our latest concepts, a Bhajan concert that melds the Indian and Western influences, creating a contemporary sound. Every single

What is a Bhajan? Bhajans developed with the Bhakti movement thousands of years ago. Ideas from scriptures, legendary epics and the teachings of saints are the typical themes of Bhajans.

To every single one of you that supported my this show, from sharing it on social media, attending the events, sending me messages about how you found it/how it made you feel – thank you all so much. You all play an instrumental part in driving the Keep Bhajans Alive mission.

Musically directed by KayKay Chauhan and featuring Robin Christian on Bansuri, Thomas Lumley on Saxophone, Alpesh Sevani on Drums, Harivadan Varsani on Tabla / Dholak and Shri Gadhvi on Tabla.

London, Chickenshed Theatre

Photos captured by Meheer Shah Photography

Leicester, Sue Townsend Theatre

Photos captured by Nimi Patel Photography