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Ranjit Makkuni, Mahamaya Experience
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Ranjit Makkuni takes us a mystical journey showing us the return of Golden flowers which bloom after various new years' celebrations across Asia, Tet in Vietnam, Shivratri India and Chinese new year and more. 

While the flowers symbolise the romantic passion of separated lovers who question why their lovers haven't arrived despite the blooming Spring time flowers, the song takes us to a transcendental plane juxtaposing the love of the human beloveds to the question of whether a divine "Lover', lover with a capital L, awaits us after our journey through Planet Earth.

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Video Acknowledgemets

Burma footage from Music and Goddess project, directed by Ranjit Makkuni

Lekha Washington & Anupam Mishra, Videographers.

Video transcription: Sasi Kumar.

Graphics: Sasikumar & Krishna

Video Editing: Ranjit Makkuni& Dragnmir.