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Hindi - Words and music by Swami Anil Dev
Arrangement by Chris Hale and Miranda Stone

The devotional music group Aradhna, led by Chris Hale and Pete Hicks, recorded this bhajan as the title track for their first album, released in 2000. This is a new take on the song, with a variation on the chorus melody and some new chord changes, which depart somewhat from the original version that they did. Aradhna originally learned their version of Deep Jale in 1995 from an album called Naman released on cassette by Matridham Ashram, Varanasi. It featured the songs and voice of Fr. Anil Dev, the gentle spiritual leader of the Ashram who is also a prolific composer of Yeshu Bhajans. - M.S.


Deepa jale Prabhu naama rahe
Light the lamp for the name of the Lord to remain

Mere mandira mei, mandira mei
In my temple, in my temple (of the heart)

1. Saanja savere yeh mana gaaye
Evening and morning my soul will sing

Yeshu tera naam, Prabhu Yeshu tera naam
Jesus’ your name, Lord Jesus your name

Naama rahe mana mei
May your name remain in my heart

Prabhu naama rahe mana mei
Lord may your name remain in my heart

2. Deepa jalaaye raaha nihaaru
I am lighting the lamp and watching the road

Darashana ko, Prabhu darashana ko
For a vision, a vision of the Lord

Aana baso dila mei
Come dwell in my heart

Prabhu aana baso dila mei
Lord, come dwell in my heart

3. He Prabhu daata Vishwa-vidhaata
Oh Generous Lord, Creator of the whole universe

Namana karu Prabhu namana karu
I bow before you, Lord I bow before you

Raaga jage mana mei
Let desire awaken in my soul

Anuraaga jage mana mei
Let passion awaken in my soul

Song No. 20 from the Kshama Sagar Bhakti Mala (Songbook)


from Bhakti Geet - Volume One, released June 22, 2017
Vocals - Miranda Stone and Chris Hale
Guitar - Chris Hale
Tabla - Miranda Stone
Harmonium - Luke Parker
Bass Guitar - Chris Padiath

Mixing and mastering - Ed Hanley
Recorded live on October 28th, 2016



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Yeshu Satsang Toronto Toronto, Ontario

In India, Yeshu is Hindi for “Jesus.” Satsang means “gathering of the truth.” Typically, satsangs in India are gatherings of people who worship together, often using devotional songs called bhajans and kirtans. You are invited to join us! We meet once a month and you can find out about our monthly satsangs at facebook.com/YeshuSatsangToronto - Christopher Dicran Hale and Miranda Stone ... more

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