Music is a medium often used to communicate with God. Old age is a time to seek a passage to the Supreme Being. Devotional songs have long been used to direct mind and soul towards a safe harbor. Devotional music can be a devotion towards a religion, country, god or it can be even spiritually devotional. Traditionally devotional music has been a part of Christian music, Hindu music, Sufi music, Buddhist music, Islamic music and Jewish music.
There are various types of devotional music like songs, bhajans, qawwali, mantras, shlokas, spin-offs and many more, sung by the finest singers like Jagjit Singh, Anup Jalota, Anuradha Paudwal, Purushottam Das Jalota & many more.
Devotional songs help one find compassion, generosity, and harmony. In addition to this, listening to devotional songs is shown to have added benefits to the mental health of a person. Listening to devotional music fosters relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety, and increases self-esteem. In Alzheimer patients, devotional music can increase communication skills, and stimulate parts of the brain responsible for memory. It significantly helps in keeping a check on anger. Those who listen to devotional music have reported better sleep, increased the ability to concentrate, increased awareness, and lessened the need for medications. In India, devotion is a way of life.
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