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bhajan

(ˈbʌdʒən)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism Sikhism the singing of devotional songs and hymns
[from Sanskrit, literally: adoration, worship]
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Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 27 (ANI): The Delhi Benami Prohibition Unit (BPU) of the Income Tax department has attached an asset worth over Rs 150 crore belonging to Kuldeep Bishnoi and Chander Mohan, who are the sons of late former Haryana chief minister Bhajan Lal, sources said on Tuesday.
Earlier, Hindu leader Dr Manohar Chand welcomed all the participants and started ceremony with Bhajan. A large numbers of Hindu community attended the ceremony.
Dr Manoher Chand welcomed all the participants and started ceremony with Bhajan, representatives of all minorities with a large number of Hindus also attended the ceremony.
Bollywood composer, Vishal Dadlani took to twitter and wrote: 'My friend Shafqat Amanat Ali sings Vaishnav Jan, Gandhi Ji's favourite bhajan, and proves pretty conclusively, as he always does, that music is both, 'ibaadat' (worship) and 'bhakti' together.'
In the video on YouTube published by India in UAE, Habeeb can be seen singing the 'bhajan' in a recording studio as he inundates in the soothing melody.
After Havan ceremony everyone with ras garba and bhajan travelled with mataji to Rana Reagan center.
Hari Bhajan Rayal, general secretary, welcomed all the wing members and appreciated their efforts in coming forward to take part enthusiastically in the cultural programme.
When singer Anup Jalota, known for devotional music, asked about her favourite Bhajan singer, she said:"You are definitely one of them, sir.
Rampal, 66, who runs a sect housed in a sprawling 12-acre ashram in Barwala, first came into prominence in the late 90s when he toured the Indian state of Haryana as a bhajan singer.
As taught by Yogi Bhajan this 2017, this course will be certified by the Kundalini Research Institute and Karam Kriya School under the Leadership of Shiv Charan Singh.
The tea company's roots date to 1970, when company namesake, Yogi Bhajan, traveled from India to the United States and began teaching yoga classes.