Mahalakshmi is an American singer-songwriter.
She is a devotional sound yogini and writer
who has been composing music for over twenty years.
Mahalakshmi has performed in US, India, and Europe.
Mahalakshmi weaves poetic lyrics into catchy melodies
while accompanying herself on keyboard (piano).
She writes music in service to humanity,
with messages of hope and sanity,
of Truth, Simplicity, and Love.
She also performs & leads groups
in original and traditional kirtan,
an extremely healing & transformative
practice of singing the names and attributes
of the Divine in Sanskrit.
In a duo and in a band,
Mahalakshmi can be found sharing the stage
with her husband Emam
who plays tabla and dumbak.
Emam is also a composer and music producer.
|Mahalakshmi has performed with the following maestros:|
(Iran): baglama, divan, daf
Mahalakshmi is the featured vocalist & keyboardist
of the world fusion band Emam & Friends.
She is also a contributing composer.
Her work can be heard on Emam & Friends' most recent albums:
She and Emam also join forces in the band
where they perform originally composed devotional fusion music
from the heart.
Mahalakshmi is the featured singer on
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Listeners can hear Mahalakshmi on
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Early in life, Mahalakshmi discovered a lifeline in music.
Songs came to her ear beyond any conscious intent.
Music sprang forth in automatic fashion by her emotions
and arrived with words and chords complete.
It was through sound that she discovered her true nature.
The feeling of this internal discovery was
like uncovering a hidden treasure,
like finding fresh air after struggling for breath.
Her work is writing and performing music
to bathe in the beauty of the soul, and to share this with You.
In her early years, as it is today, visual arts and writing
remain outputs of her creativity,
however, the only medium she feels fully expresses
her innermost heart is music.
Mahalakshmi wishes to gift the world this music from her soul
as it comes from the place where we all meet as one.
She is a reiki healer
and music is an extension of her healing practice.
Mahalakshmi feels eternally blessed to be a devotee of
Hairakhan Mahavatar Babaji,
Maha Avatar of Lord Shiva
who resided in the foothills of the Himalayas at Hairakhan, India.
She has studied Indian Classical music with
Chhote Rahimat Khan (sitar) and
Geetika Varde (vocals).