Bhajan is “singing to glorify God.” It is also the name of a Hindu genre of devotional songs and hymns. The term covers a wide range of devotional music, from a simple mantra to the more complex Hindu dhrupad. Bhajans are typically lyrical and convey love for the Divine. It can also refer to the inner music of the soul that yogis hear on their journey to oneness with the divine or higher self.
Vinod Sharma is one such name who has created wonders with his singing. His voice has lively melodies and repeating choruses that are easy to sing. His voice tend to appeal to the masses and is an important component of the Indian culture. Popular themes for bhajans come from stories of the Hindu epics, such as the “Ramayana” and “Mahabharata,” as well as from tales of the lives of the gods, such as Rama, Krishna and Shiva. Understanding the entire culture of singing Vinod is one of the most commendable name in the singing world today.
Vinod Sharma’s voice forge emotional bond between the performer and the audience, making the art of performance a therapeutic and restorative experience. The entire universe is made of rhythms. When sounds are in harmony, there is music; non harmonious sounds create chaos. Similarly, when there is rhythm or harmony in life, the heart blossoms. This is what Sharma believes.
He is an inspiration to all the singers and musicians who would like to persuade their career in this field. He has given blockbuster hits like Bhajan Sandhya, Sundarkhand, Shri Mahalaxmi Mahatmya, Prastavanna, Indrakrut Laxmi Dhyanam and more.