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    Carnatic Music Lessons - Theory of Sapta Tala

    Carnatic Music Lessons - Theory of Sapta Tala

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    Learn Carnatic Music - Lesson Pillari Geetha Lambodara

    Swathi Soft Solutions proudly presents as part of its Sanskriti Series, "Gurukula, a product that offers step-by step lessons in Classical Carnatic Music. Presented by Prof. Mysore Nagamani Srinath, an acclaimed concert musician of international repute and a disciple of the maestro, Ramnad Krishnan, these DVDs and Audio CDs lead the user in a systematic manner through the fundamentas of classical carnatic music. Following the traditional system of Gurukula teaching where the students listen, learn and repeat what the the teacher teaches, these DVDs and audio CDs caters to the needs of not only beginners in music but also serves as a valuable resource for senior students of music, teachers of music and music lovers as well. The elementary lessons (sarali varisai, dhatu varisai, jantai varisai, alankaras) have been presented in full, as also certain select geethams, shlokas, jatiswarams, varnams, keertanam, thillanas and padams. Prof. Nagamani Srinath also guides the user through the nuances of manodharma sangeetham (raga alapana, kalpana swara, neraval, tanam and pallavi). Further, this series also takes the user through an audio-visual explanation of certain key theoretical concepts such as nada, sthayi, sapta tala, raga, geetham, janaka raga and janya raga, jatiswara and tana varnam. Accompanying each of the DVDs is a booklet in English with the complete text and notations of songs taught. While these instructional products are in no way intended to replace the traditional transmission of knowledge in a practical one-on-one manner of the guru-sishya parampara, we hope that these DVDs and audio CDs will help the enthusiastic beginner to understand the fundamentals of classical music in the convenience of their own time and personal space, while also serving as a systematic reference guide for senior students to hone their skills further. To purchase this product as individual DVDs and audio CDs or as a bulk pack, please visit www.kalakendra.com/shopping.

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    Learn Carnatic Music Lesson Saralevarisai

    Gurukula offers step-by step lessons in Classical Carnatic Music. Presented by Prof. Mysore Nagamani Srinath, an acclaimed concert musician of international repute and a disciple of the maestro, Ramnad Krishnan, these DVDs and Audio CDs lead the user in a systematic manner through the fundamentas of classical carnatic music. Following the traditional system of Gurukula teaching where the students listen, learn and repeat what the the teacher teaches, these DVDs and audio CDs caters to the needs of not only beginners in music but also serves as a valuable resource for senior students of music, teachers of music and music lovers as well. The elementary lessons (sarali varisai, dhatu varisai, jantai varisai, alankaras) have been presented in full, as also certain select geethams, shlokas, jatiswarams, varnams, keertanam, thillanas and padams. Prof. Nagamani Srinath also guides the user through the nuances of manodharma sangeetham (raga alapana, kalpana swara, neraval, tanam and pallavi). Further, this series also takes the user through an audio-visual explanation of certain key theoretical concepts such as nada, sthayi, sapta tala, raga, geetham, janaka raga and janya raga, jatiswara and tana varnam. Accompanying each of the DVDs is a booklet in English with the complete text and notations of songs taught.

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    Learn Carnatic Music - Lesson Jatiswara

    Gurukula - Jatiswara Lessons - Learn Carnatic Music Following the traditional system of Gurukula teaching where the students listen, learn and repeat what the the teacher teaches, these DVDs and audio CDs caters to the needs of not only beginners in music but also serves as a valuable resource for senior students of music, teachers of music and music lovers as well. The elementary lessons (sarali varisai, dhatu varisai, jantai varisai, alankaras) have been presented in full, as also certain select geethams, shlokas, jatiswarams, varnams, keertanam, thillanas and padams. Prof. Nagamani Srinath also guides the user through the nuances of manodharma sangeetham (raga alapana, kalpana swara, neraval, tanam and pallavi). Further, this series also takes the user through an audio-visual explanation of certain key theoretical concepts such as nada, sthayi, sapta tala, raga, geetham, janaka raga and janya raga, jatiswara and tana varnam. Accompanying each of the DVDs is a booklet in English with the complete text and notations of songs taught.

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    Mandolin Srinivas - Concert at An Incurable Romantic Book release

    An Incurable Romantic - Book on Lalgudi G Jayaraman was released recently. To comemorate the release various legends performed live, here is one such performance by Mandolin Srinivas

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    Carnatic Music Idol Episode 01 On Monday, 20/01/14

    Carnatic Music Idol Episode 01 by Jaya Tv " DON'T MISS IT "

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    Malaysian Chinese, Chong Chiu Sen sings Carnatic Music in Prashanthi Nilayam - Dream realized 2013

    Chong Chiu Sen is a disciple of the late Smt D.K. Pattammal (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) and continued under her grand-daughter Smt. Gayathri Sundararaman. He also learned some voice culture techniques under a renowned master Sri Madurai G.S. Mani and currently he is learning under Shri Sampogodu Vighnaraja to enhance his singing skills. With Bhagavan's grace, he was invited to perform in The Music Academy during the annual conference in the morning session as a special performance. He also performed in the Spirit of Unity Concert many years back. He shared... I finally fulfilled my Guru or God-Grandmother Smt DK Pattammal wish. She always wanted me to be a singer. To sing infront of Swami is my dream since young, My Guru once said: Mohan, you must sing in Puttaparthi! Finally i got a chance to sing. I knew deep down in my Guru's heart she always wanted to see Swami but unfortunately due to her health, she was no able to do so. This time, i am so glad that i able to dedicate a song to the Lotus Feet of Swami on her behalf as a student and god-grandson. I thank Swami for this golden opportunity. I have nothing else to ask for. Even if i leave this world tomorrow, i have no regret. I am sure my late father is happy for me too. I am not sharing as a musician, artiste, singer or vocalist. I am sharing all this as a student of my Guru and as a child of Mother Sai.. Said Chiu Sen. The 5 languages Concert list: [Varnam] Ninnukori -Raga: Mohanam (Telugu) Ninnujoochi -Raga: Saurashtram -Tala: Adi -Composer: PSI (Telugu+Sanskrit) Rama Neepai -Raga: Kedaram -Tala: Adi -Composer: Thyagaraja (Telugu) Main Items (Raga: Mohanam) Thiruvasagam -Paal Ninainduthum composed by Manikkar Vasagar (Thamizh) Taandava Stotram composed by Raavana (Sanskrit) Nagalingam Namami Satatam composed by Muthuswami Dikshithar (Sanskrit) Sai Bhajana Bina Mera Jeevan Suna (Sai Bhajan) composed by Chiu Sen (Hindi) Bho Shambho in Raga Revathi (Sanskrit) Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma in Raga Mishra Bauli by Purandaradasar (Kannada) Mangalam...

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    Ustad Bismillah Khan and Dr.N.Rajam

    This is a Shehnai And Violin Jugalbandi In South India it is called Kalyani while in the north it is Yaman Kalyan Alap; gat in Teental. Shehnai: Ustad Bismillah Khan Violin: Dr. N. Rajam Tabla: Pt. Kishen Maharaj

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    Carnatic Music Idol Episode 02 On Tuesday, 21/01/14

    Carnatic Music Idol Episode 02 by Jaya Tv " DON'T MISS IT "

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    Abhishek Raghuram | Nee Daya Raada | Vasant Bhairavi | Rupak Taal | Idea Jalsa - Coimbatore

    Abhishek Raghuram is one of the popular artist in Indian Classical and Carnatic music. Watch him rendition Nee Daya Raada at Idea Jalsa. Accompaning Artist : Violin - Sri B U Ganesh Prasad Mridangam - Sri Neyveli Narayanan Idea Jalsa - 'Music for the Soul', is a music reality series on Indian Classical Music. Idea Jalsa is conceived by Durga Jasraj who is also the producer of the show. Official Page of Durga Jasraj - Subscribe for Regular Updates : Like Us On : Follow Us On : Circle Us On :

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    CVOC Beginner Carnatic Vocal Om Book Example 1

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    Sa Ri Ga Pa Da Ma Ni - Episode 1

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    Carnatic Music Lessons Basics - Simple Exercise - 2,3

    Learn Carnatic Classical Music - Videogyan's Carnatic classical music lessons let you learn authentic classical Carnatic music form right from the basics. Carnatic music is a system of music commonly associated with the southern part of the Indian subcontinent, with its area roughly confined to four modern states of India: Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu. It is one of two main sub-genres of Indian classical music that evolved from ancient Hindu traditions; the other sub-genre being Hindustani music, which emerged as a distinct form because of Persian and Islamic influences in North India. In contrast to Hindustani music, the main emphasis in Carnatic music is on vocal music; most compositions are written to be sung, and even when played on instruments, they are meant to be performed in gāyaki (singing) style. Visit our channel for more videos Subscribe to videogyan Follow us on Facebook Visit our website: Check more videos in playlist

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    MANDOLIN U. SRINIVAS VOL. 1 | CARNATIC INSTRUMENTAL

    =Track List= 1. Maha Ganapathim 00:00 2. Nee Paadame 09:09 3. Yaaro Ivar Yaaro 19:07 4. Ranjani Niranjani 22:47 5. Bhavanutha 28:04 6. Krishna Nee Begane Baaro 47:14 7. Kuzhaloodhi 52:20 Uppalapu Srinivas (Telugu: ఉప్పలపు శ్రీనివాస్; 28 February 1969 – 19 September 2014) was an Indian mandolin player and composer of the Carnatic musical tradition of Southern India. A child prodigy, he made his debut in 1978, and came to be popularly known as Mandolin Srinivas. Over the next four decades, he toured across the world, and collaborated with ohn McLaughlin,Michael Nyman, and Michael Brook. Srinivas was born 28 February 1969, in Palakol in Andhra Pradesh. At the age of six he picked up his father U. Satyanarayana's mandolin, after he heard it played at a concert he attended with his father. Upon realising the talent of his son, his father who had studied classical music, bought him a new mandolin, and started teaching him.He started with the acoustic mandolin, though later he switched to the electric mandolin as he felt it allowed making long notes clearly audible. He was the first musician to use electric mandolin in Carnatic music, he even modified a difficult electric western instrument, using five strings instead of traditional eight, to suit the Carnatic pitch, raga system, and especially gamakas, and nuanced oscillations. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 1998 by Government of India, and the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 2009. He was a follower and devotee of Sri Sathya Sai Baba and he had performed before him on several occasions. ==Track Details== Track - Maha Ganapathim Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - Dikshitar Track - Nee Paadame Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - G. N. Balasubramaniam Track - Yaaro Ivar Yaaro Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - Arunachala Kavirayar Track - Ranjani Niranjani Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - G. N. Balasubramaniam Track - Bhavanutha Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - Thyagaraja Track - Krishna Nee Begane Baaro Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - Kanakadaasar Track - Kuzhaloodhi Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - Oothukadu Venkata Subbaiyer For More Visit us at:

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    Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals: 8-1 Geetham Lambodara

    This video is a song named "Lambodhara Lakumikara" that follows "Malahari Raagam" , "Roopaka Taalam", in praise of Lord Ganesha. This raagam was composed by Purandara Das. The taalam is comprised of 1 Dhrutha(m) and 1 laghu. The notes in this scale are 'shuddha rishabham, shuddha madhyamam, shuddha dhaivatam in arohana and additional antara gandharam in avarohanam. This raga is often used for beginners after the swara-based excercises in Maayamalawagowla.

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    Carnatic Music Tips for Vocal Singing: Abhishek Raghuram Voice Culture

    Visit to download Carnatic Music Lessons taught by top gurus. Acharyanet (www.acharyanet.com) has been doing a feature on the aspects of Voice Culture in Carnatic Music. We have posted many articles and interviewed prominent musicians and voice culture experts in the Carnatic music field to get multiple perspectives on this often overlooked subject. Here are some highlights from the interview with Shri Abhishek Raghuram, Carnatic vocalist known for his excellent command over voice and rhythm. Check out our blog at for more video interviews and articles.

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    Raga Shanmukhapriya in Carnatic and Film Music

    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani Raga Shanmukhapriya in Carnatic and Film Music Excerpt from DVD1 Isai Payanam DVDs by Giri Trading: Also see - "A Raga's Journey - Sacred Shanmukhapriya":

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    Carnatic music: some of my favorite vocalists

    Here are the names of Vocalists and the names of the songs: 1. K. J. Yesudas — Maha Ganapathim, Ragam Nattai, Composer Muthuswamy Dikshithar (1775-1835) 2. M. S. Subbulakshmi — Raghuvamsa sudha 3. Dr M Balamuralikrishna — Raga Kathanakuthookalam —Thillana 4. Bombay Sisters —Varnam — Raga Suddha Dhanyasi 5. Semmangudi Radhakrishna Srinivasa Iyer —Nagumomu— Abheri 6. D K Pattammal — Raag Bilahari — Thillana 7. Ariyakudi Ramanuja Iyengar—Palinchu kamakshi — Madhyamavathi 8. Priya Sisters—Ramaneesamana Karaharapriya Carnatic music (Sanskrit: Karnāṭaka saṃgīta) is a system of music commonly associated with the southern part of the Indian subcontinent, with its area roughly confined to four modern states of India: Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu. It is one of two main sub-genres of Indian classical music that evolved from ancient Vedic traditions; the other sub-genre being Hindustani music, which emerged as a distinct form because of Persian and Islamic influences in North India. In contrast to Hindustani music, the main emphasis in Carnatic music is on vocal music; most compositions are written to be sung, and even when played on instruments, they are meant to be performed in gāyaki (singing) style. Although there are stylistic differences, the basic elements of śruti (the relative musical pitch), swara (the musical sound of a single note), rāga (the mode or melodic formulæ), and tala (the rhythmic cycles) form the foundation of improvisation and composition in both Carnatic and Hindustani music. Although improvisation plays an important role, Carnatic music is mainly sung through compositions, especially the kriti (or kirtanam) -- a form developed between the 14th and 20th centuries by composers such as Purandara Dasa and the Trinity of Carnatic music. Carnatic music is also usually taught and learnt through compositions. Carnatic music is usually performed by a small ensemble of musicians, consisting of a principal performer (usually a vocalist), a melodic accompaniment (usually a violin), a rhythm accompaniment (usually a mridangam), and a tambura, which acts as a drone throughout the performance. Other typical instruments used in performances may include the ghatam, kanjira, morsing, venu flute, veena, and chitraveena. The most outstanding performances, and the greatest concentration of Carnatic musicians, are found in the city of Chennai. Various festivals are held throughout India and abroad which mainly consist of Carnatic music performances, like the Madras Music Season which has been considered as one of the world's largest cultural events. Like all art forms in Indian culture, Indian classical music is believed to be a divine art form which originated from the Devas and Devis (Vedic Gods and Goddesses), and is venerated as symbolic of nāda brāhman. Ancient treatises also describe the connection of the origin of the swaras, or notes, to the sounds of animals and birds and man's effort to simulate these sounds through a keen sense of observation and perception. The Sama Veda, which is believed to have laid the foundation for Indian classical music, consists of hymns from the Rigveda, set to musical tunes which would be sung using three to seven musical notes during Vedic yajnas. The Yajur-Veda, which mainly consists of sacrificial formulae, mentions the veena as an accompaniment to vocal recitations. References to Indian classical music are made in many ancient texts, including epics like the Ramayana and Mahabharata. The Yajnavalkya Smriti mentions vīṇāvādana tattvajñaḥ śrutijātiviśāradaḥ tālajñaścāprayāsena mokṣamārgaṃ niyacchati ("The one who is well versed in veena, one who has the knowledge of srutis and one who is adept in tala, attains salvation without doubt"). Carnatic music is based as it is today on musical concepts (including swara, raga, and tala) that were described in detail in several ancient works, particularly the Silappadhikaram by Ilango Adigal, and Bharata's Natya Shastra. Here are the names of Vocalists and the names of the songs: 1. K. J. Yesudas — Maha Ganapathim, Ragam Nattai, Composer Muthuswamy Dikshithar (1775-1835) 2. M. S. Subbulakshmi — Raghuvamsa sudha 3. Dr M Balamuralikrishna — Raga Kathanakuthookalam —Thillana 4. Bombay Sisters —Varnam — Sri Raja Mathangi 5. Semmangudi Radhakrishna Srinivasa Iyer —Nagumomu— Abheri 6. D K Pattammal — Raag Bilahari — Thillana 7. Ariyakudi Ramanuja Iyengar—Palinchu kamakshi — Madhyamavathi 8. Priya Sisters—Ramaneesamana Karaharapriya

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    Hindustani Classical Vocal Music Lessons For Beginners - Podcast 1

    This podcast provides training for beginners in Hindustani classical vocal music. Every episode progressively adds concepts so that learning will become easy. This podcast is mainly for the beginners. Hema Upasani, a member of Meetkalakar.com, will conduct this training. Gaanheera Hema Neralkar Upasani, daughter of Pt. Nath Neralkar, one of the greatest Hindustani Classical Vocalist from Maharashtra has done her M.A. Music from S.N.D.T. University in Pune. Her Ragadari has the power to touch the chords of the souls of listeners. . She has carved a place for herself by singing Bhajans & Gazals in an exclusively magnification style. This is the first episode in the podcast. This episode will introduce the seven swaras that form the basis of all the music that you've ever heard. Hema Upasani will help understand the technique of singing these seven swaras at their designated positions. It is interesting to know how these seven swaras have originated from nature. Hema Upasani will discuss the concept of Aroha and Avroha She will also take us through a few Alankar. Alankar are the permutations and combinations of swaras. For improving your singing it is important that you practice these Alankars well. HindustaniClassicalVocalLessonsForBeginners-Podcast1is now available on www.meetkalakar.com/mkpodcasts/HindustaniClassicalVocalLessonsForBeginners-Podcast1 hosted by Rajashree Rajadhyax and Richa Rajadhyax from Meetkalakar.com Send in your suggestions, comments and tips via email on rajashree@meetkalakar.com. You can also get in touch with us on +91 9820821901, +91 9820596456, +91 9833381427. Do let us know what you feel about this podcast. Other videos in this series are available on www.meetkalakar.com

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    Carnatic Music - Ramanatakam by Dr. Sowmya

    Svatantra 2014: Carnatic Music thematic presentation Ramanatakam by Dr. Sowmya, Nisha Rajagopal and party

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    prachotan at the age of 3 years identifying carnatic music ragas

    Prachotan introduced as a special guest by SP Balasubrahmanyam garu in MAA TV Padalani Vundi program at the age of 3 years for identifying carnatic music ragas in presence of Music director Mani Sarma garu.

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    Raga Malkauns/Hindolam by SANGAM-Indian Classical Music

    Please like this page This is a recording of Raga Malkauns/ Hindolam respectively of Hindustani and Carnatic Music. The first composition is a traditional Hindustani Music composition "Dheeta Langara" set to Ek Tala, followed by a Carnatic Music composition "Samaja Varagamana" set to Adi Talam. Following this a percussion duet between the Tabla and Mridangam and the performance is concluded with a self composed Tarana based on Teen Tala. The performers are: Avinash Kumar - Hindustani Vocal Sowmya Gurucharan - Carnatic Vocal Soumitra Thakur - Sitar Rajeev Prasanna - Hindustani Flute Mahavir Chandravat - Tabla Manohar Balatchandirane - Mridangam

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    Shankar Mahadevan Online Music Academy

    Learn more about Shankar Mahadevan's unique approach to teaching Indian classical music online .For more details visit : Glad to inform that the Academy has grown well through out the world

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    Alankaar - Indian Classical Music

    Visit us at: Question 2: What are Alankars or Paltas ? Answer 2: Alankars or Paltas are music exercises. Student repeats a group of notes in ascending and descending order with some criteria: For example: Alankar 1) Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni SA SA Ni Dha Pa Ma Ga Re Sa Alankar 2) SaRe, ReGa, GaMa, MaPa, PaDha, DhaNi, NiSA SANi, NiDha, DhaPa, PaMa, MaGa, GaRe, ReSa Alankar 3) SaReGa, ReGaMa, GaMaPa MaPaDha PaDhaNi DhaNiSA SANiDha, NiDhaPa, DhaPaMa, PaMaGa MaGaRe GaReSa Alankar 4) SaReGaMa, ReGaMaPa, GaMaPaDha, MaPaDhaNi, PaDhaNiSA SANiDhaPa, NiDhaPaMa, DhaPaMaGa, PaMaGaRe, MaGaReSa Alankar 5) SaReGaMaPa, ReGaMaPaDha, GaMaPaDhaNi, MaPaDhaNiSA SANiDhaPaMa, NiDhaPaMaGa, DhaPaMaGaRe, PaMaGaReSA Alankar 6) SaGa, ReMa, GaPa, MaDha, PaNi, DhaSA SADha, NiPa, DhaMa, PaGa, MaRe, GaSa Alankar 7) SaGaReSa, ReMaGaRe, GaPaMaGa, MaDhaPaMa, PaNiDhaPa, DhaSANiDha DhaSANiDha, PaNiDhaPa, MaDhaPaMa, GaPaMaGa, ReMaGaRe, SaGaReSa Important Note: Alankar practice must be done in right way either using harmonium or keyboard so that student recites proper notes as played on harmonium/keyboard. Question 3: How the practicing paltas helps the music student? Answer 3: Reciting paltas helps the student gain voice control. It helps to stay in the same scale in which the student starts. It helps to sing proper notes when student has to skip notes because of the Raaga's Structure.

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    Abhang - Maruva Behag - Adi

    Track title: Abhang - Maruva Behag - Adi Artist: Ranjani, Gayatri Album: Madrasil Margazhi - 2006 (Disc 2)

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    THYAGARAJA ARADHANA - 2 Feb 2013

    South India's famous musical fiesta, Thyagaraja Aradhana, found a new meaning and renewed fulfilment when an ensemble of 75 musicians joined together offering Thyagaraja Pancharatna Krithis rendition at the Divine Lotus Feet of Kaliyuga Avatar Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Organised by Padmabhushan Trichur V Ramachandran, well known Carnatic vocalist, this programme had some of the familiar names from the world of music, namely, Padmabhushan PS Narayana Swami, OS Thyagarajan, Dr Ganesh, Bombay Sisters -- C Saroja and C Lalitha, Anuradha Krishnamurthy on vocal, Dr VV Ravi, Dr Lalitha, Chittoor Venkatesan and Dr Mala Chandrasekhar on flute along with a host of musicians on various other instruments.

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    Hey Govinda Hey Gopala-Ranjini Gayatri-Must Listen

    Raga:Desh Song: Hey Govinda Hey Gopala Composer: Surdas Artist: Ranjani and Gayatri

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    Real Voice Lesson 1. Tune Your Voice Now

    Real voice training with alamkar. Listen to Ustad Jee and singalong with female singer and tune your voice. You can singalong without any music instrument or with harmonium or tanpura. This is real method of voice training. You can also tune your voice with harmonium. Play harmonium notes of thaat bilawal and singalong these notes mentioned in video. Synchronize your voice with harmonium notes of Bilawal thaat or synchronize your voice with female singer and listen to Ustad.

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    Sri nidhi - Wonder Kid of Carnatic Music

    Here Sri Nidhi is in Madras where the vidwans tested her before her name was entered into Limca Book of records. Here she is almost 4 years old.

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    Hindustani classical vocal lessons for beginners -- Podcast 5

    This is the fifth podcast in this series. This podcast will discuss some basic tips for practice or Riyaaz of Hindustani classical vocal music.

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    Lalitha Sahasranamam Full

    Join here: This is the most favored form of prayer to Goddess Lalithambika and it is also very secret and powerful than any other forms of Tantra or Mantra. 2] Regular chanting of Sree Lalitha Sahasranama is as beneficial as visiting religious places, taking bath in a holy river, offering food, offering materials. It is an indirect blessing to those who cannot do these kind of offerings to God. 3] Regular chanting of Sree Lalitha Sahasranama will ward off the evil from uncompleted pooja vidhis or rituals etc. It will also form a way of penance. 4] Regular chanting of Sree Lalitha Sahasranama will ward off premature death, will provide a long and contended healthy life. Fever can be cured by religiously chanting Sree Lalitha Sahasranamam by touching on a persons forehead. The number of times you chant the more benefit you are likely to get. The vibhuti used for Sree Lalitha Sahasranama archana can be applied then on the forehead, which will give much relief to fever and headache. 5] It is said that if one chants religiously Sree Lalitha Sahasra Namam keeping a glass of water (or in a vessel) in front and then pours it over the head, all sorts of troubles related to once planetary positions and from evil spirits will be warded off. 6] It is said that if a person chants Sree Lalitha Sahasranama keeping in mind a picture of Sree Lalitha Devi situated in the divine ocean which contains `Amrut' , he will be cured from any kind of disease related to poison. 7] It is said that if a person consumes ghee, which is kept while chanting Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam, he will be cured of impotency and will have children. 8]Regular chanting of Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam will ward off any kind of evil deeds or rituals (black magic) aimed at the person who chants the namam. The power derived from the chanting supersedes all other forms of prayers and the person will no more require to consult astrologers or any sorts of occultists. He will have tremendous self confidence in himself. 9] Through the regular chanting of Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam, the atmosphere will be purified. Each nerve in our body will be invigorated and subtle energies will be awakened in the person. 10]Sree Lalitha Devi will protect a person who regularly chants Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam from accidents and from the attacks of enemy and will make him victorious in all his good deeds. 11]Regular chanting of Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam will make a person blessed with word power, fame, good will etc. Particular importance should be given to chant Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam on Friday's which is very auspicious for the blessing of Devi. 12]Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam is the form of prayer that any one and every one can chant at any time and every time. It does not matter if one could not complete it. Because each of the namam in itself is powerful and will provide all sorts of benefits. It depends on what you wish and how you go about it. 13]It is said that chanting the name of Lord Siva once is as good as chanting the name of Mahavishnu a thousand times. And chanting the name of Devi once is as good as chanting the name of Siva, a thousand times. And of which Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam is the most important one to Sree Lalitha Devi herself. 14] It is very beneficial if all members of the family unite and chants Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam once in a day in the evening or whenever time permits. A family that prays together stays together. It will bring about unity, peacefulness, clear mind to perform and by thus prosperity. 15] In homes where Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam is chanted regularly there will never be any shortage of the basic necessities of life. This is the reason why the ancient Gurus would instruct their desciples to chant Sree Lalitha Sahasra namam even after initiating them into the mantras of other deities such as Lord Krishna, Lord Rama and other Gods and Goddesses. 16] It is also to be noted that by religiously chanting Sree Lalitha Sahasra namavali, we are seeking the blessings of Sree Lalithambika, who is also called Kalima, Durga ma, Devi, Parasakthi, Bhagavathi etc, who in turns is the universal mother. And how can a mother ignore her children when they are in distress or duress or troubles of any sorts? So keep utmost faith in her and start chanting. 17] Each one of the namam by itself is a powerful weapon for many sorts of day-to-day problems. •Lalitha Sahasranamam can be chanted in many different ways. In Stotram form, all 1,000 namams are separated into stotrams of a few namams each and recited in this way. In mantra form, each namam is said individually, preceded by "Aum" and followed by "Namah". When chanted in mantra form, the endings of each namam are generally changed to "e" or "yai". Mantra form is commonly used to recite Lalitha Sahasranamam during archana. In the homam form, homam is conducted by ending each namam with Swaha: Homam

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    Teen Taal Beginners Kayda

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    Raga Sriranjani in Carnatic Music

    Raga Sriranjani in Carnatic Music "Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani" Ragas in Classical and Film Music Excerpt from Isai Payanam DVD#6 by Giri Trading Also, see "A Raga's Journey - Six-note Splendour of Sriranjani":

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    M S Subbulakshmi - Nidhichaala Sukhama - Kalyani - Tyagaraja Swami

    This is a recording of Smt M.S.Subbulakshmi's recital at the Tyagaraja Aradhana Celebrations in Thiruvaiyaaru on 7th January, 1980. She was accompanied by: Smt Radha Viswanathan - Vocal Support Sri Kandadevi S.Azhagiriswami - Violin Sri T.K.Murthy - Mridangam Sri V.Nagarajan - Kanjira Sri T.H.Vinayakaram - Ghatam Substance of song: Is (possessing) wealth a greater pleasure, or is service in Rama's presence a greater pleasure? Answer me truthfully, O mind! Are curds, butter and milk more tasty? Or, is the nectarine essence of the meditation on and bhajana of Dasharatha's son more tasty? Is a bath of self-control and tranquility in the Ganga more comforting? Or, is a bath in the well of evil sense-objects more comforting? Is extolling of mere human beings, fettered in egotism more comforting? Or, is singing on the pure-minded Lord, praised by Tyagaraja, more comforting?

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    Music Class 1 - Learn Music

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    Understanding the Basics of Indian Raga Music

    Follow us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Google+: Sameer Sayani, a student in MUS470 class, performs an Indian rāga on his sitar and talks about the structure of the melody, basic scales, importance of improvisation, constructing phrases with simple notes, and the lack of major harmony. The MUS470 course (Harmonic Experience: Metaphysics and Music) explores philosophic, theoretical, mathematical, and cosmological foundations of music. See the class blog at

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    Carnatic Music by Nedunuri Krishnamurthy

    Live performance by Nedunuri Krishnamurthy For more Carnatic Music Videos visit Nedunuri Krishnamurthy (born October 10, 1927) is a famous Indian Carnatic vocalist. His tonal quality and "Continuity" are his special assets. Nedunuri Krishnamurthy worked as Principal of S.V.College of Music and Dance, Tirupati; M.R.Government College of Music and Dance, Vizianagaram; Government College of Music and Dance, Secunderabad; and retired as Principal of G.V.R Government College of Music and Dance, Vijayawada in 1985. He was Dean of Faculty of the Fine Arts and Chairman of Board of Studies in Music of Sri Venkateswara University and Nagarjuna University. He immensely contributed to Annamacharya Project of the TTD (Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams) in tuning most of the "Annamacharya" kritis as we know them today. Krishna Gana Sabha, Madras, conferred on 'Nedunuri' with the title "Sangeetha Choodamani" in the year 1976. The Music Academy, Madras conferred on him the most prestigious title of "Sangeeta Kalanidhi" in the year 1991. He has been appointed as the 'Asthana Vidwan' of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams and also of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham.Performing Artiste since 1945 -- SIX DECADES OF MUSICAL CAREER. Nada Yogi Nedunuri is a music connoisseur's delight. Prestigious Record -- Performing at the "MADRAS MUSIC ACADEMY" for more than Five Decades

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    Bharat Sangeet Utsav - 2014 - Carnatic Music Concert by Sriranjani Santhanagopalan

    Carnatic Young Stars of 2014 - Sriranjani Santhanagopalan Violin by Dr M Narmadha Mridangam by B Ganapathiraman Kanjira by KV Gopalakrishnan

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    Yoson Tala- Turn Up

    P.M.G / @TALANATION / @TRAPINKK2733 presents the latest single from Gary Indiana artist @YosonTala -Directed by @24kofficial be sure to Download this track and more on Hulkshare -Watch in 1080p!

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    Sabari Moksham - Harikatha by Vishaka Hari

    Harikatha SABARI MOKSHAM Smt Vishakha Hari Violin : Padma Shankar | Mridangam : S.J.Arjun Ganesh | Ghatam : Trichy Murali Smt.Vishakha Hari, one of the leading and very popular Harikatha exponents, presents the moving and heart rendering story of Sabari, who attained salvation at the feet of Lord Rama through her profound and unflinching devotion towards the Lord. "Sabari Moksham" is a beautiful incident in the Ramayan that took place in the woods of the dandakaranya. Sabari, an orphan and a lonely tribal woman suddenly finds herself transformed and realises the cause of it. Mathanga Rishi along with his disciples has chosen the banks of river Pampa for his stay. Freed from rancour and greed Sabari desires to serve the sadhus and is blessed by them. Mathanga Rishi further blesses her with the Rama Nama, the tharaka mantra which is capable of bringing the Lord to her dwelling. She chants the Mantra incessantly and after very many years Lord Rama and Lakshmana visit Sabari's ashram. She welcomes them, offers them fruits with her loving heart and finally offers herself at the feet of the Lord and attains moksha, liberation like a yogini. Glory to the power of Rama Nama and glory to the grace of the Guru. Smt. Vishakha Hari is the daughter-in-law of Paranur Mahatma Sri Sri Krishna Premi swamigal, who is also her spiritual Guru and the disciple of Padma Bhushan awardee Sri. Lalgudi G. Jayaraman. She is an accomplished A-grade artist of All India Radio with number of honours to her name. She has been ably accompanied by Smt Padma Shankar on the violin and Sri Arjun Ganesh on the mridangam and Sri Trichy Murali on the ghatam. Disc 1 : 01. Kodandarama dashakam - Nattai, Mohanam, Nattaikurunji, sahana, madyamavathi - Sri KrishnaPremi 02. Shyamam - Panthuvarali verse from SriRamaKathamruthasaram - Sri KrishnaPremi 03. Appa Rama - Panthuvarali - Rupakam - Thyagaraja 04. Daro Jagganatha - Arabhi - Kanda nadai 05. Entha nerchina - Suddha Dhanyasi - Adi - Thyagaraja 06. Anathudanu - Jingla - Adi - Thyagaraja 07. Sa kadachith - Gadyam in Arabhi, Hindolam, Sindubhairavi - Sri KrishnaPremi Swami 08. Aadi Deva - Sindubhairavi - Adi - Annamacharya 09. Gurvashtakam - Reethigowlai - Sri KrishnaPremi swami 10. Ennapunniyam - Reethigowlai - Misra Chapu - Oothukadu Venkatakavi 11. Nanege - Behag - Kanda Chapu - Purandaradas 12. Koluvai - Bhairavi - Adi - Thyagaraja 13. Padavini - Salagabairavi - Adi - Thyagaraja 14. Pibare Rama - Yamunakalyani - Adi-Sadashiva Brahmendra 15. Nama Vaibhavam slokas 16. Vara Varuvai - Pauram in Kapi 17. Intha Soukhya - Kapi - Adi - Thyagaraja 18. Enthaninne - Mukhari - Rupakam - Thyagaraja

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    How to play dholak lesson 6-Rupak taal रूपक ताल 7 मात्रा

    Pl. visit for different songs played for songs lyrics and notations bollywood hindi songs

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    Kanyas violin lessons - south Indian classical music

    Contact : akanyakumari@yahoo.com This video features the basics of carnatic music on the violin with her sishyas. This medium of teaching is the first of its kind in the field of carnatic instrumental music. VCD - 1 : traditional way the guru approaches carnatic music and the steps to playing the violin. It contains basic "varusaigal/varasalu" apart from details like tuning of the violin and mounting of the strings. VCD-2 : Varnams VCD-3 : Kritis(compositions the backbone of carnatic music)

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    Rajendra Prasanna - Marwa- Indian Bamboo flute- Bansuri

    Krishnadhwani 60, Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia - Flute, Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia - Flute (different set of ragas,same album name), Morning to Midnight Ragas - Morning Ragas, Call of the Valley, Live in Ahmedabad '89, Immortal Series, Megh Malhar, Night Ragas, Live in Amsterdam '92, Morning to Midnight Ragas - Afternoon Ragas, All time Favourites, Live from Sawai Gandharva Music Festival - Video (VHS), Raga-s DU Nord Et Du Sud, Immortal Series - Flute Fantasia, Indian Classical Masters, Daylight Ragas, Flute - Hariprasad Chaurasia, Thumri - The Music of Love, In A Mellow Mood, Possession, Immortal Series - Devine Drupad, Classic Greats1 - Ideas on Flute, In Live Concert, Cascades of Hindustani Music, Maharishi Gandharva Veda -, Sunrise Melody, Maharishi Gandharva Veda - Morning Melody, Maharishi Gandharva Veda - Midday Melody, Maharishi Gandharva Veda - Afternoon Melody, Maharishi Gandharva Veda - Evening Melody, Maharishi Gandharva Veda - Sunset Melody, Maharishi Gandharva Veda - Midnight Melody, Maharishi Gandharva Veda - Late Night Melody, Hariprasad Chaurasia - Flute, Malhar-Chandrika, Music 157 - Live in London, Music - Flute, Great Jugalbandis, Music from the wo,rld of OSHO - Above & Beyond, Prem Yog, Written on the Wind, Romantic Themes, Saptarishi - Live at Siri Fort The Mystical Flute of Hari Prasad Chaurasia Maestro's Choice Basant Bahar Chaurasia's Choice Hari Prasad Chaurasia & his Divine Flute Flute Recital Valley Recalls - In search of Peace, Love and Harmony Krishna's Flute - Master of the Bansuri Classical Encounters - A live Experience with Pt. Hari Prasad Chaurasia Fabulous Flute Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia In Concert - Vancouver, B.C Hariprasad Chaurasia - Flute The Bamboo Flautist of His Generation Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia - Nada in Jerusalem Classical Encounters - A Live Experience with Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia Great Jugalbandis The Golden Collection (Classical) Immortal Essence Golden Raga Collection Bustan Abraham - Fanar (Guest appearance alongside Zakir Hussain) Samarpan-VCD Special 60th Birthday Edition The Charms Companion Morning to Midnight - Morning to Dusk Music for Reiki Jugalbandi Rasdhaara Live Inside Khajuraho Live in New Delhi - '89 Golden Raga Collection Musical Titans of India - Jugalbandhi Video (VHS) Pure Joy - Positive Energy Music Music without Boundaries Maaya - Far East Hriday - Cuba Caravan Spain Live Concert at Savai Gandharva Music Festival Gurukul - The Guru shishya Parampara Adi-Ananth Love Divine - Parables of Passion Power & Grace - Live at the Saptak Festival 2001 Discovery of Indian Classical Music Flute Duet Flute Deity Hariprasad Chaurasia The Greatest Hits of Hariprasad Chaurasia Salvation - Instrumental Bhajans Sounds of Silence La Flute De Pundit Hariprasad Chaurasia Hariprasad Chaurasia - The Most Celebrated Flautist of India Charm of the Bamboo flute Kalpana - Imagination A Kaleidoscope of various ragas Krishna Utsav Kali - Classical Instrumental Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia - the Living Legend of Flute Moon Light Moods - Flute Recital Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia - The Living Legend of Flute Indian Music HariDhwani Dancing Waters Fusion India - Passage of India Series Being Still Dhammapada - Sacred teaching of Buddha The Charms Companion Nothing but wind (1988) - Composed by Ilaiyaraaja With Zakir Hussain Making Music (ECM, 1986) Music for Bollywood films Along with Pandit Shivkumar Sharma he composed music for Chandni Darr Lamhe Silsila Faasle Vijay Sahibaan

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    Carnatic Music: Svara, Gamaka, Motif and Raga Identity: T. M. Krishna

    Talk by Sri T. M. Krishna on "Carnatic Music: Svara, Gamaka, Motif and Raga Identity" at the 2nd CompMusic workshop, in Istanbul (Jul 12-13, 2012).

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    Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals: 8-6 Geetham Kunda Gowra.

    The second video named "Kunda Gowra" also follows "Malahari Raagam", "Roopaka Taalam", composed in the praise of Lord Shiva. Composed by Purandara dasa, this taalam is comprised of 1 dhrutha(m) and 1 laghu. The notes in this scale are 'shuddha rishabham, shuddha madhyamam, shuddha dhaivatam in arohana and additional antara gandharam in avarohanam.

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    Vidhwan T H Vikku Vinayakram | Ghatam | Carnatic Classical | Taal - Ganapathi Talam

    Vidhwan T H Vikku Vinayakram is a prominent Carnatic musician who has mastered the Ghatam and has bought it on the forefront. He has also won several awards and has also been felicitated with the honorary Padma Bhushan in 2014 Vocal - Mahesh Vinayakram Taal - Ganapathi Thalam Tanpura - Vidya Dhadve Subscribe for Regular Updates : Like Us On : Follow Us On : Circle Us On :

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    Carnatic Music Lecture by Vidwan K S Kalidas

    Carnatic Music Lec Dem by Vidwan K S Kalidas

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    Bharat Sangeet Utsav - 2014 - Carnatic Music Performance by Trichur Brothers

    Bharat Sangeet Utsav - 2014 - Carnatic Young Stars of 2014 - Trichur Brothers (Srikrishna Mohan and Ramkumar Mohan) Violin by Mullaivasal Chandramouli Mridangam by Trichur R Mohan Kanjira by S Venkataraman

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    Bharat Sangeet Utsav 2014 - Carnatic Music Concert by Amritha Murali

    Bharat Sangeet Utsav 2014 - Carnatic Music Concert by Amritha Murali Violin by Ranjani Ramakrishnan Mridangam by J Vaidyanathan Kanjira by Anirudh Athreya

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    Carnatic Music Lessons - Sarali - 1

    For in-person and online classes(on skype) mail me at raagavihaara@gmail.com. This is first sarali swaram.

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    CARNATIC VOCAL | MAHARAJAPURAM SANTHANAM | JUKEBOX

    ==Songs List= 1. Mahaganapathim 00:00 2. Marubalka 03:58 3. Sri Balasubramanya 14:33 4. Karthikeya 23:21 5. Nee Vada 31:01 6. Narasimha Mamava 37:34 7. Nanoru Vilayattu Bommaiya 43:40 8. Yaro Endrennamale 47:59 9. Thedi Vandhennudan 58:20 Sangeetha Kalanidhi Maharajapuram Santhanam (Tamil: மகாராஜபுரம் ஸந்தானம்), (December 3, 1928June 24, 1992) was one of the great Carnatic music vocalists of the 20th century. He was born in Sirunangur, a village in the state of Tamil Nadu. He followed the footsteps of his father Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer who was also a Carnatic singer. Besides studying with his father, he was also a disciple of Melattur Sama Dikshitar. Maharajapuram Santhanam was also a distinguished composer. He wrote many songs on Lord Murugan and Kanchi Shankaracharya, His Holiness Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati Swamigal (Maha Periyavar). He was the Principal of Ramanathan College in Sri Lanka. Later he came and settled in Chennai. The songs which were popularised by Maharajapuram Santhanam are,"Bho Shambo" (Revati), "Madhura Madhura" (Bagheshri), both composed by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, "Unnai Allal" (Kalyani Raga), "Sadha Nin Padhame gathi, Varam onnru" (Shanmukhapriya), "Srichakra Raja" (Ragamalika), "Nalinakaanthimathim" (Ragamalika),"Ksheerabdi kannike" (Ragamalika) among others. The Maharajapuram Santhanam Day is celebrated on the 3rd of December every year. He died in a car accident on June 24, 1992. His sons Maharajapuram S. Srinivasan, Maharajapuram S. Ramachandran, and his primary disciple Dr. R. Ganesh are now carrying on his musical tradition. His other most popular songs are Purandaradasa kritis: "Narayana ninna" (Shuddha Dhanyasi) and "Govinda ninna". His rendition of "Vilayada ithu nerama muruga" was without parallel. His renditions were full of Bhakthi. ==Song Details== --------------------------- Song - Mahaganapathim Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam Lyr & Comp - Sri Muthuswami Dikshitar Song - Marubalka Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam Lyr & Comp - Thyagaraja Song - Sri Balasubramanya Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam Lyr & Comp - Sri Muthuswami Dikshitar Song - Karthikeya Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam Lyr & Comp - Papanasam Sivan Song - Nee Vada Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam Lyr & Comp - Thyagaraja Song - Narasimha Mamava Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam Lyr & Comp - Swati Thirunal Song - Nanoru Vilayattu Bommaiya Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam Lyr & Comp - Papanasam Sivan Song - Yaro Endrennamale Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam Lyr & Comp - Arunachala Kavirayar Song - Thedi Vandhennudan Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam Lyr & Comp - Suddhananda Bharathiyaar Label - VANI For More Visit us at

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