The Vedas, which are the fountainhead of Hinduism, are considered to be the breath of God. The import is that they embody the subtle vibrations responsible for the creations of the universe. When we chant or given ear to the Vedic mantras we connect ourselves to the most powerful sound on earth. This carefully structured album begins with homage to Ganapati, the god of good beginnings, and presents the third section of the Brihadaranyaka, the greatest of the Upanishads, called the Udgeetha Brahmana; it narrates the Vedic allegory of the gods and demons and reveals that only the knowledge of the Supreme Self can annihilate man's ignorance. This album also includes very powerful chants like the Sarabha Gayatri (victory over enemies), Varaha Gayatri (cure for poisonous bites) and very powerful chants like the Sarabha Gayatri (victory over enemies), Varaha Gayatri (cure for poisonous bites) and Pratyangra mantras (achievement of aim) which give certain victory in all endeavors.