Parvathy Baul is a practitioner, performer and teacher of the Baul tradition from Bengal, India. She is also an instrumentalist, storyteller and painter.
Parvathy’s performance work emerges from a long lineage of master Baul singers, dancers, and spiritual teachers.
She studied closely with two of the most respected Baul singer-gurus of the previous generation, Sri Sanatan Das Thakur Baul and Sri Shashanko Goshai.
Online Akhara - Learning Space
The Learning Space is the core of the Online Akhara.
Here you can engage more deeply with Baul wisdom through Parvathy Maa and other Baul Masters through hours of free & paid materials.
It serves to give the tradition a greater opportunity to share Baul wisdom throughout the modern world.
"Baul is Nirvana Nātaka - the theatre of ultimate liberation.
It incorporates everything. The singing, the dancing, the storytelling - everything together. It enhances your inner seeking and inner contemplation
Baul is basically a tool in your hand to use your body, mind and voice for the worship of the Divine, to meditate on the Divine."
- Parvathy Baul
Parvathy Maa created Sanatan Siddhashram as the embodiment of the vision of her Guruji Shri Sanatan Das Baul.
It is a space for sadhana (inner practise), for transmitting the Baul wisdom, for preserving the ancient tradition and bridging it into the modern context for the centuries to come.
Parvathy Baul Art & Paintings
Parvathy Baul's art and paintings have been showcased in museums and exhibits all over the world. Whether it is through her music, storytelling, song or art, Parvathy Baul is serving her Guru Ji and continuing the meditation and contemplation on the divine.
"As a practitioner, I felt the need to create the images because images have power and the right energy, which could create a bridge between cultures and a visualisation of the Baul poetry.” – Parvathy Baul
Music & Books
“These songs are maha mantras. They have the seed of dhyana in them. They themselves can do everything with you.
It's a healing, meditation, wisdom, opening the heart."