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Music for Meditation and Healing

 This is a special performance by Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji, a renowned musician who specializes in ancient healing music and has performed for over 35 years in the biggest and most prestigious venues throughout the world.


A special guest artist, Dr. L. Subramaniam will accompany Sri Swamiji.

Come and immerse yourself in the music that heals the mind, body, and soul. We invite you to join us on December 2nd to experience the power of music and healing.

This Event Supports Heroes, Victims of 9/11,  Wounded Warriors, and Helping Healers Heal.

About Sri Swamiji


Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda is a renowned composer, singer, and musician. Sri Swamiji has many great facets to his magnanimous personality; music is at the front and most influential as it impacts the greatest number of people. Directly and indirectly, the music benefits many people physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Sri Swamiji has performed more than 300 concerts over 35 years. Swamiji says "Music is the fireworks of the soul. Music is the most beautiful of all creations. Music enables the ever-wandering mind to visit and meet the soul."

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About Dr. L. Subramaniam​

Dr. L. Subramaniam, India’s violin icon, “the God of Indian Violin” is the serenity of an Indian musician combined with the magnetism of a western star. Constantly propelled from Singapore to Paris, from Delhi to Los Angeles, he has conquered every audience with the elegance and virtuosity of his style.

He has received several awards and honors, including the coveted Padma Bhushan and Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for “The Most Creative Artist” from the President of India. He has been awarded the “Nada Chakravarti” (Emperor of Sound) from H.H Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Swamiji. In recognition of his contribution to the World of Music, he has been conferred with Honorary Doctorates (D Litt.) by Bangalore University, University of Madras and Sheffield University.


About the Concert

Atma Shanti Raga Sagara is a healing and meditation concert for the purpose of healing wounded veterans, responders, and promoting healing of the mind, body, and soul for all attendees.

Event Details

  • Date: Saturday, December 2, 2023

  • Venue: Stern Auditorium, Carnegie Hall

  • 881 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019

  • Doors Open: 6:15 PM

  • Concert Starts: 7:00 PM


Past Concerts

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Kennedy Center

Washington DC, US

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Lincoln Center

New York, US

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Royal Albert Hall

London, UK

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Sydney Opera House

Sydney, Australia

SGS Music Revealed

Click to learn more about how Sri Swamiji's music heals the mind and body



Among the many teachers, gurus, and yogis that can be found in India, Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda shines like a brilliant star. Thousands now visit Mysuru Ashrama where Sri Swamiji resides during the brief time between music tours. From early morning to evening music is heard: Vedic chanting at sunrise and public bhajan sessions at night. Sri Swamiji’s music and yoga lectures are regularly seen on national television, broadcast from the ashrama's Nada Mantapam—an enclosed outdoor hall with a seating capacity of over 5,000. Sri Swamiji is a highly inspired singer-composer-lyricist credited with thousands of musical compositions and songs in various languages. Sri Swamiji has been awarded twelve Guinness World Records, including records for the most people chanting (128,918 participants), the largest music therapy session (1,814 participants), the most bird species in an aviary (468), the largest display of bonsai trees (2,649), and the largest simultaneous Hindu text recital (1,329 participants reciting the Bhagavad Gita).

"To understand the spirituality behind it and to connect with Brahma through it is indeed a commendable task which Swamiji has been ceaselessly undertaking. Pujya Swamiji has used the entire world as His stage to perpetuate the great tradition of Nada Upasana by performing at various important places."

Narendra Modi,

Prime Minister of India

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