Lee (Mirabai/Upma Kaur Khalsa) Harrington began practicing Kundalini Yoga and mantra in 2000 at the advice of her doctor and has been a committed practitioner ever since. She is also a long-time practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism in the Kagyu lineage. Her main practice, however, is kirtan, and she feels privileged to lead chants from the Buddhist, Hindu and Sikh traditions. She is currently recording her first kirtan CD with the acclaimed kirtan music producer Gaura Vani. Lee’s “day job” is that of author (with Random House), essayist (for Bark magazine), literary editor (freelance) and creative writing professor. Connect with Lee on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/LeeMirabaiHarrington), Twitter (https://twitter.com/EM_Harrington) or at www.emharrington.com.

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  1. ashish pandey

    Lee (Mirabai/Upma Kaur Khalsa) Harrington began practicing Kundalini Yoga and mantra in 2000 at the advice of her doctor and has been a committed practitioner ever since. She is also a long-time practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism in the Kagyu lineage. Her main practice, however, is kirtan, and she feels privileged to lead chants from the Buddhist, Hindu and Sikh traditions. She is currently recording her first kirtan CD with the acclaimed kirtan music producer Gaura Vani. Lee’s “day job” is that of author (with Random House), essayist (for Bark magazine), literary editor (freelance) and creative writing professor.

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