• Music Maestro | Composer | Guru

    A maestro of the Delhi, Ajrada, and Punjab Gharana, in addition to creating his own style of tabla. Teacher of countless tabla players, percussionists, and musicians from around the globe. Composer of tabla ensemble works and multi-percussion works.

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    Rhythm Maestro Tabla Guru Pandit Divyang Vakil
  • Teacher | Philosopher

    Teacher of ancient wisdom in a modern world. Disseminator of knowledge.

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    Philosophy and Spirituality Guru Pandit Divyang Vakil

TODAY’S
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Before man begins his struggle to realize God, he must first realize himself.

The purpose of a Guru is to help one unlearn what they have learnt.

Guru Pandit Divyang Vakil

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Rhythm Composer Pandit Divyang Vakil

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About Pandit Divyang Vakil

Pandit Divyang Vakil (known as Guruji, or “respected teacher”) is a maestro of tabla and rhythm, renowned for his teaching excellence and intricate rhythm compositions; and a teacher of spirituality and philosophy.

In his expansive music teaching career of over 35 years, he has produced innumerable music professionals. A prolific rhythm expert, his work as a composer extends well beyond tabla. As a tabla composer, he has given shape to a contemporary form of classical tabla playing though his body of work that numbers in the tens of thousands of compositions. As a rhythm composer, he has created works for a variety of instruments including African djembe, Korean janggu, drumkit, zen tambour, dholak, and more.

A spiritual guide and teacher of philosophy, Pandit Vakil does not belong to any tradition or religion and seeks to provide a balanced and unbiased perspective. His understanding of the mundane and subtler world lends itself to teachings that can be utilized by all. Disseminating essential knowledge of complex ideas in a simple manner, he tirelessly works to remove incorrect knowledge, one of the main reasons for confusion and human suffering.

Latest Writings

Swarupa – Your Inner form by Pandit Divyang Vakil
In Memory of Sri Ras Bihari Desai