Can God be explained? Portrayed? Not really, when we are looking from the point where we separate ourselves from the rest of creation. Only when purification hits certain spot, the individual ego starts dissolving into Mahat, the collective conscious, we get to experience what is called Shruti, the revealed wisdom. Irrespective of if we were born in Sanatan Dharma culture, if we know Sanskrit or not, we feel drawn to study the timeless knowledge that gets passed down through Sages, Rishis of lore. Besides analytics around how the mind is constructed and works, there are pure devotional hymns that simply convey the experience... 1000 names of Vishnu, Lalita, Durga, Kali, 300 names of Lalita with the cream of cream devotion... so many Holy Names of God, all according to the character of a devotee.
Wonderful to hear your dulcet voice reverberating over the deep mystical silence of Lord Vishnu's own city.
Such an important message on how to connect the finite with the infinite through the power of sonic vibrations in the form of Stotras, Shlokas, Mantras and Japa.
These form an integral part of Bhakti Yoga. Adiguru Shankaracharya being a strong supporter of Gyān Yoga propagated Bhakti Yoga for the masses in this Kala Yuga. This is borne by the number of immortal shlokas and stotras he composed for Bhakti Yogins. These are still sung by countless devotees of Sanatana Dharma to this day.