Odissi exponent Sharon Lowen said the 'multi-phonic' chants were a delight to listen to.
"It's quite delightful that the chanting is part of Buddhist practice at the same time, it is a musical form. It resonates for everyone whether you are there in a monastery in India or in Tibet or sitting anywhere in America and listening to it on CD," she said.
Tashi's voice has left scientists puzzled. Some of them have conducted tests and taken photographs of his vocal chords to investigate how he produces the 'multi-phonic' sounds, giving the impression that several singers are performing at once.
He is pleasantly encouraged by the popularity of his music in West, especially in the United States, where he has performed on several occasions.
He has also led 'multi-phonic' chants before the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of the Buddhists, and served as the Head Chant Master of the Great Prayer Festival in Washington.
This Buddhist monk from Arunachal Pradesh was nominated for his chanting Album "Tibetan Master Chants" in the "Best Traditional World Music Album" category, 2005.