Kirtans are devotional hymns that are part of Sikhism and some forms of Hinduism and Buddhism. They are usually sung in groups of people, accompanied by an accordionlike instrument called the harmonium. Percussive instruments are sometimes used as well. This kirtan recites a line from page 791 of the Guru Granth Sahib, "Nanak Tina Basant Hai."
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