Prabháta Saḿgiita

Songs of the New Dawn

"Prabháta Saḿgiita is the feeling of the heart, and the expression of the heart,

and it has been written with the ink of the heart."

2 Jan 1983, Morning General Darshan, Ananda Nagar

Prabháta Saḿgiita - Songs of the New Dawn - a collection of 5018 spirituality-related songs composed by Prabhát Ranjan Sarkar over the span of eight years (September 14th 1982 - October 20th 1990). 

The tunes include a variety of forms and styles with elements spanning from classical to folk music. 

Most of the songs of Prabháta Saḿgiita were composed in Bengali. Around fifty songs were composed in other languages that include English, Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Magaht, Maethili and Angika. 

These songs are an expression of supra-aesthetic science, encouraging the aspirant to transcend the boundaries of mundane life and become ensconced in the beauty of spiritual bliss.

Use the search box below to find a particular song by number or words.

All constructive suggestions and contributions are welcomed. We take responsibility for any inaccuracies/mistakes/defects and gratefully accept constructive comments with supportive authentication.

Search for Texts and Translations

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You can easily look up a song by typing the song number into the search box above. Similarly, you may search for any word or words using 'all words', 'any word' or 'exact phrase' options. 

Listen to Songs

Prabhata Samgiita songs are availabe as mp3 files.

Most of the 5018 songs of Prabháta Saḿgiita are available as mp3 audio files. To make access easier they are grouped into thousands, ie. 1-999, 1000-1999, 2000-2999, 3000-3999 and 4000-5018.

Browse Themes

Songs grouped according to specific themes.

These include for example songs in different languages, social songs, seasonal songs, songs on Krsna and Shiva and many more.

Stories on Prabháta Saḿgiita

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This is a section on various stories and articles on Prabháta Saḿgiita. 


on linguistics and music

Here you will find a glossary, information on Roman Sanskrit, a pronunciation guide,  information on Indian classical music as well as a archive of notations in Bengali script.

Live Recordings

listen to songs sung in the presence of P.R. Sarkar

The highly devotional vibrations created by the presence of P.R. Sarkar can be felt in these recordings. For devotees only.