Bhagavan Das is a teacher, performer, and lover of God. While living as a sadhu in India for six years, Bhagavan Das studied the ancient science of Nada Yoga — the path of devotion to the inner sound current as a means to God Realization — under the guidance and direction of his guru, Neem Karoli Baba. His devotion to his guru is that living inner sound that he shares with all who wish to receive this blessing.
One of the last living cultural icon of the 60’s, he was a mentor to Ram Dass (author of Be Here Now) and ushered in the New Age spiritual movement as the first kirtan artist in America. He has toured with Allen Ginsberg, opened for the Grateful Dead, and sung with Bob Dylan. His groundbreaking album Ah, produced in 1971 by Jimmi Hendrix’s manager Michael Jeffery, was the first World Music album from Electric Ladyland. As Alan Watts said in a Rolling Stone review of the album, “Bhagavan Das is truly a Master of Nada Yoga.”
Bhagavan Das continues to share his guru’s light through the sacred offering of his open heart and potent, mystical voice as a vehicle of Divine sound.