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Sara Forman

Special Guest

Biography:

Sara and Andrea Forman are gaining worldwide recognition for their Sanskrit chanting as well as for their unique approach to New Age music. Sanskrit is the ancient language of India and is known for its tranquil and harmonious effects. Shanti Shanti is the only Sanskrit Rock Group in America. As of now, they have released 4 records and have done concerts worldwide. They are currently getting ready to release two new albums and their book, Learn Sanskrit in Just 300 Years. The whole Shanti Shanti phenomena began when Andrea and Sara were nine and seven years of age. They were raised in a traditional western home and spontaneously they were gifted with the ability to chant the Vedas, something traditionally done by Indian, male pundits. Their whole story is actually portrayed in the book, Dreaming in Real Time, The Shanti Shanti Story, by Linda Forman. Along with their brother Micah's distinct voice and their father Robert's production, Shanti Shanti have made it their life pursuit, to share with people the consciousness experience of hearing Vedic chanting.

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