Bhajan Sandhya (an evening of devotional songs) is a session devoid of any sort of tark-vitark (logic or argument) or pravachan and is completely dedicated to singing for the love of Lord. His melodious voice coupled with His varied styles of singing bhajans makes for a very vibrant atmosphere. Through the devotional songs, Pujya Swami ji addresses various characters and Gods from the Hindu mythology like Lord Rama, Lord Hanuman, Lord Krishna, Lord Shiva, Shri Sai Baba, Meerabai, Uddhava and a host of others. Some of the most commonly sung bhajans by Pujya Swami ji narrate an important event of the past, e.g. Uddhav visiting Vrindavan post which he becomes smitten by the Thy divine form, or pauper Sudama visiting the crowned King Lord Krishna.
Bhajans are devotional songs sung in the praise of the Lord narrating a particular event or an ideal trait that one should aspire for. Bhajans have an important place in Hinduism as they are considered to the foremost medium of expressing love for the Almighty. The most famous instance of alluring the Lord through bhajans is demonstrated by the story of Princess Meerabai and her divine love for Lord Krishna. Due to the rhyme and musical elements associated with them, Bhajans tend to bind the seekers in a spell and appear more enchanting than other discourses.
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