Indian musician Manish Vyas’s mother started him on the tabla at the age of nine. Later she got him even more training. He was exposed to world music and fusion, and a new world opened. He began singing and playing santoor. Via fusion master Prem Joshua, with whom Manish played for 15 years, he toured around the globe. He also went on tour with Snatam Kaur. Vyas’s latest project uses the magic of Bansuri, mesmerizing and hypnotic chants, Indian harp, tanpura, bamboo flute, Buddhist bells, mantras and prayers, which together convey a sense of peace and well-being. These three tracks, which still take up more than 66 minutes together, constitute an invitation to let go, to forget time and space, forget the outside world, to get out of the rat race and to let go. This is timeless meditation that draws your attention inward.