Sri Chinmoy's Music

Sri Chinmoy sees music as the universal language of the heart, dissolving barriers of race, language and culture. "It is through music," he says, "that the universal feeling of oneness can be achieved in the twinkling of an eye."

Sri Chinmoy is a prolific composer with thousands of songs to his credit in his native Bengali and in English. He plays many instruments from all over the world including a variety of flutes, the Indian esraj, cello, harmonium, piano and pipe organ. (Video: Sri Chinmoy plays flute and sings during an April 1995 performance in New York)

Sri Chinmoy feels that soulful music can draw us beyond the limitations of the mind into the calm beauty of our own inner being. He composes while in a meditative consciousness, and his music is imbued with a profound meditative spirit. Even at its most powerful, it contains an underlying stillness that reflects its source.


“Music knows no frontiers.
It is free all-where.
Its contribution to emotional integration,
Human and divine,
Can never be fathomed.”

~ Sri Chinmoy


Meditation Music

Listen to: Meditation Music of Sri Chinmoy at Radio Sri Chinmoy.

Music performed by Sri Chinmoy and also groups from the Sri Chinmoy Centre


Concerts of Sri Chinmoy

Since 1984, Sri Chinmoy has performed over 700 free concerts of meditative music dedicated to World Harmony. During these concerts Sri Chinmoy will often play 10-20 instruments out of the many in his repertoire.

Read more on Concerts of Sri Chinmoy


Video: Sri Chinmoy speaks on the universal nature of music.

More information on the US Sri Chinmoy Centre site:


External Resources:

Radio Sri Chinmoy - listen online to music of Sri Chinmoy and groups who perform music of Sri Chinmoy

Sri Chinmoy Songs - an online database of Sri Chinmoy's 17,000 songs.

Sri Chinmoy Music writings and links on Sri Chinmoy's Music

Selected Writings on Music by Sri Chinmoy

'The Source of Music' ~ Writings on music by Sri Chinmoy.

Listen to Flute Music of Sri Chinmoy (Real Audio )

Listen To Flute Music (m4a)