Jaya Lakshmi mixes modern chant — both sensual and religious — with tribal dance beats and flamenco acoustic guitar to make a mystical soundtrack to accompany yoga, yoga, or simply kicking back again. Lakshmi got to music at a age group. Through piano lessons she discovered the guitar, a musical instrument that led her to create her very own folk music group in senior high school at age 15. In 1985 she gained a qualification in anthropology in the School of New Hampshire, ultimately moving traditional western Oregon to pursue performing and songwriting. Five years afterwards she and her two-year-old little girl relocated to Hawaii, a move that presented the artist towards the Western world Bengalese spiritual head Srila Govinda Maharaj, who provided Jaya her heart name (Jaya Lakshmi), this means “the Hindu Goddess of success.” Lakshmi discovered Hawaii to become an ideal conduit on her behalf faith-based explorations, a trip that led her towards the isle of Maui, where she fulfilled Deva Priyo and Om and produced the music group Lost finally. After relocating to north California, Lost finally released their self-titled debut in August 2001. Lakshmi discovered herself to be always a very much sought-after collaborator, co-writing two music for William Ackerman’s Grammy-nominated Hearing Voices record, aswell as adding vocals to Steve Gordon’s Drum Prayer discharge. In 2002, Lakshmi unleashed her debut, Sea of Mercy, on Sequoia Information, accompanied by Jewel of Hari in 2004.