For as long as she can remember, Mira's voice has always been her refuge. From a very early age she sang to escape into the freedom of music. Music gave her independence!An individualism that 'gave her wings'. On her new album, 'Infinite Love' Mira writes about the passion and pain of love, the ache and longing, the temporal nature of everything we experience, the heaviness, the heartache. In essence, all of it leads to the 'Infinite Love' we dream for and every song is a symbolic path to a road we may have traveled. From the upbeat urban groove of 'Infinite Love' to the mid tempo soft sultry sound of 'Sweetest Thing'. This CD has more than a just a honey dripping voice on it, it has rhythm, feel, life and sensuality. As it should, Mira journeyed to find the best of the best to work with. She sought Juno award winning singer/songwriter and producer, Chin Injeti. Chin brought an infectious hybrid of intoxicating exotic sounds to compliment Mira's smooth sexy voice. President of NARAS (The Recording Academy®) San Francisco Chapter Larry Batiste wrote and produced songs with Mira on the 'Infinite Love', infusing urban hip hop flava. Larry, a veteran to the music has worked with greats like Kenny G, Michael Bolton, Whoopi Goldberg (musical play) just to name a few and mentored Mira to bring the album to a whole new level. As a homage to her Indian background, Mira's icluded a little masala in her mix. You can see the morning sunrise in Zakhm's intro. Zakhm, from Mutiny Sounds is one the Gods of musical insurgence and created a unbelievable exotic sound that will surely change your Karma at first listen! As if it wasn't enough to have Zakhm, Mira brought on Jay Dabhi, one of the biggest and most sought after South Asian DJs in the country. Jay worked industriously with 'Da Groove Doctors' to create the remix of 'Tell Me' that will get you moving and shaking. Mira's diversity as an artist is intensely apparent when her vocals are sprinkled into Deepak Chopra's Spoken word album, 'The Gift of Love II'. The album is an ode to R. Tagore and Deepak Chopra has affectionately proclaimed that, 'Mira voice makes the heart sing and the spirit soar.' Moreover, Deepak Chopra plays her track as a meditation piece for nearly every lecture he delivers. Having worked relentlessly for the past two years on the album, Mira has the reflection she was looking for. 'Infinite love is about love, longing, pain, shame, everything that you and I experience. The music is about bringing your heart closer to mine. Making us one, no color lines, no race, no religion. Just the music.'