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Atma Bhog - Bhajans of Bhakti Marga with Chords and Translations - cover

Atma Bhog - Bhajans of Bhakti Marga with Chords and Translations

Marga Bhakti

Publisher: Bhakti Marga Publishing

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Atma Bhog contains more than 900 bhajans, chants and songs from all major spiritual traditions and encompasses one of the largest and at the same time widest collection of bhajans and spiritual songs from all over the world. With chords and translations provided it becomes a treasury that brings great joy in singing, playing along and diving into the deeper meaning of chanting the Divine Names.

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