"Ninād" combines the Sanskrit words "ni" (within) and "nād" (sound).

"Ninād" is the "sound within" that denotes the origin of all Creation.

We strive to evoke that same spirit of innovation in our Composition, Training and Therapy services

we weave
Music * Movement * Mind




On the occasion of the third International Yoga Day (June 21st 2017),
Dakshina Chanting Group of Auroville brings you some sonic excerpts of their hour long Sanskrit shloka chants from Savitri Bhavan, Auroville, India.




‘Ta Na Na’ - a musical phonetics-based song
with 10 special educators with their 60 students with special needs, Special School, CERTH-India Hospital, Pondicherry

presented as participative therapy at
the 4th International Conference of the International Association for Music and Medicine (IAMM), Beijing, June 2016





'Spandan' - live composition-performance by Arnab B. Chowdhury as the final artist of the Opening Ceremony
evoking Empathy via a recurring theme based on Raga Kafi for a live 1,500 member audience

at the 14th World Congress for Music Therapy,
co-hosted by University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna and IMC University of Applied Sciences, Krems, Austria, July 2014





'God at Work' a therapeutic synthesis of computer music - Ragas - epic Poetry
The music was inspired and expressed verses from 4 verses Sri Aurobindo’s ‘Savitri’ (Canto IV, Book Seven, The Book of Yoga, The Triple Soul-Forces).

presented at New York City Electroacoustic Music Society (NYCEMS), New York University, April 11th, 2014.
The audience included senior faculty members from The Juilliard School and was curated by Dr.Sal Sofia.





'Jumba La La song', co-created with young students (age 6-9) and teachers of Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education (SAICE), Sri Aurobindo Ashram
expressing friendship with our environment in the Integral Education context

celebrating SAICE's 70th anniversary, staged at Sri Aurobindo Ashram's Sports Ground, Pondicherry, 2nd December 2013


© Ninād, last update, 18th July 2017