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Just Three Guitar Chords for the Advait Vedant. (D, G, A)

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Aayush Tiwari –

Shree Tulsidas kritam Rudrashtakam, Shree Ravan Kritam Shiv Tandav and Baba Shankaracharya Ji dwara rachit Shre Panchaakshar for every musician as the crux of Vedic ‘Uccharans’.

So, hello dear readers,

As far as the “akshar” (0) is concerned Adi Shankaracharya had included all 5 syllables in the ‘Nagendra Haraya’ strotram. These syllables are ‘n’ karaya
‘M’ karaya
‘Shi’ karaya
‘Va’ karaya &
‘Yah’ karaya.

Adi Shankaracharya was an invincible champion of the advait vedanta so his Panchaakshar will invite Devi Saraswati’s blessings for the player and her vibes in the environment the music is being played.

So lets take our sweet expression from one of the most melodious chords, The D major : as far as the power of akshar is concerned. (Akshar should be understood in the background of Char-Akshar duality. (Refer to www.newsspace.in Gita in Binary Code in case of any confusion.

The Shiv Tandav is the king of rhythm, so the tempo of such an hypnotic piece of music should not violate atleast the basic rules of chord progression. Therefore the next chord would be the G major. Ravan’s surrender while singing the Shiv Tandav will help to stablize your Rajo guna with sato guni panchaakshara. Lakshmi sadaiv samukham, “says” Shambhu.

And finally as the Rudrashtakam by Goswami Tulsidas is the queen of poetic beauty. Therefore the third chord should be the A major.

To invite devi and devta in this ‘yagya’ of playing any of these liberating mantras the B minor chord can be added after D major. Goddess like the Namagiri Devi

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may help a lot just as the way she helped Srinivasan Ramanujan, the man who knew infinity.

So the chord progression will be

D G A .

For advanced players

D, (Bm), G, A, GD, D

For example let’s take Namami Shamishan, The Rudrashtakam to make the rheotric a reality.

NAMAMI SHAMISHAN (D)
NIRVAN ROOPAM VIVUMVY
(G)
AAP KA ‘M’

BRAMH VEDAS
V ROOPAM.
(A)

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This tempo must repeat as guided in the video.

If any confusion crops up while playing this tempo and chord progression on any instrument, team www.newsspace.in will assist you for free.

So chime your home into a temple by washing every corner with these extraordinarily powerful vibes, mantras, syllables, ‘AKSHAR’ (Bhagwad Gita, Chapter 2, Sankhya Yoha) and the ‘Naad bramh’, hence emanated.

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