“The Yogi” by Mata Mandir Singh


The album The Yogi  showcases beautiful devotional poetry put to music, highlighting a number of poems written by Yogi Bhajan, from his famous book Furmaan Khalsa. Spirit Voyage released The Yogi as part of their Vintage Series.

In 1991 Mata Mandir Singh and friends put a number of poems from the book Furmaan Khalsa to music and recorded them. This album is drawn from the basement tapes produced in Mata Mandir Singh’s recording studio in Amsterdam, Holland nearly two decades ago.

“The gentle arrangements of the music, together with a mixture of the words in English and Gurmukhi, lead you into the depth of God-consciousness, carried by music of great variety” (Sat Nam Europe).

Please visit Spirit Voyage if you are interested in purchasing the album The Yogi by Mata Mandir Singh 

SikhNet has a library of Mata Mandir Singh’s music available for streaming 

Mata Mandir Singh was born in 1952 in the USA. He has been teaching Kundalini yoga and gatka (Gatka is an ancient martial art used by the Gurus to help defend the religious beliefs of Sikhs and also those of other religions). Mata Mandir has been a student of Yogi Bhajan for over 20 years. An expert in vegetarian cooking, he is also the owner of Golden Temple restaurant – Amsterdam’s oldest vegetarian restaurant. Mata Mandir Singh specializes in yoga of sound, naad yoga, and has produced more then 25 CD’s and tapes with mantras where he plays guitar and sings.


In the book Furmaan Khalsa: Poems to Live Byby Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan

Siri Singh Sahib ~ Yogi Bhajan: The saint, the teacher, the humanitarian, the leader. Within these pages lies a manual of conscious living written in the form of 108 luminous and inspiring poems. Based on the science of human consciousness called Raj Yog and written as a guide for future generations, these poems answer questions on how to live successfully with an open heart and mind amidst the challenges of the modern world.

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Click here to read more poems from the Furmaan Khalsa



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