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19 September 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Swarajathi Bhairavi

This kriti “Amba Kamakshi” was composed on the goddess at Kanchi “Kamakshi” by the great Shyama Sastri. This kriti is a call of the child’s soul to the divine mother “Amba”. Each and every person can relate to this call to the divine. Composition: Kamakshi     Composer: Syama Sastri Raga:  Bhairavi                           Mela: Natabhairavi – 20 Type:  […]

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09 January 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Guru Karaikkudi Sri R.Mani The aesthetics of Tisram

Tisram, Chatursram, Khandam, Misram and Sangirnam are kinds of natais or gatis in the parlance of music.  It is rhythmic gait.  It is measured by beats.  Beat containing 3 swaras is called tisram, four=chatursram, five=Khandam, seven=Misram and nine=Sangirnam.  Commonly all songs are rendered in Chatursra natai. Kritis like Shankari Sahnkuru (of Shyama Sastri),  Vallabhanayakasya Bhakto […]

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25 December 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Sweet Behag

Unnikrishnan was born to K.Radhakrishnan and Dr.Harini Radhakrishnan, in Palakkad, Kerala.The family home, Kesari Kuteeram, was a well known landmark of Madras city, with great grandfather Dr KN Kesari being an eminent Ayurvedic physician and the promoter of the popular Telugu women’s magazine Gruhalakshmi . He went to Asan Memorial Senior Secondary School, Chennai, in 1983. He […]

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07 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Papanasam sivan

Papanasam Sivan                    His period was September 26, 1890 – October 10, 1973 was a prominent composer of Carnatic music and a singer.                     A famous composer, Sivan was also known as Tamil Thyagayya. Using Classical South Indian as a […]

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05 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Tulasidala Mayamalavagowla

                       Tyagaraja was born in 1767 in Tiruvarur,thiruvarur district Tamil Nadu, to Kakarla Ramabrahmam and Sitamma in a Telugu Brahmin family of the Mulukanadu subsect.                               He was named Tyagaraja, after Lord Tyagaraja, the presiding deity of the […]

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04 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Pancharatnam Of Sri Thyagaraja Swamigal

About pancharatnam                       The term Pancharatna in Sanskrit means five gems. The Pancharatnas are known as the five finest gems of carnatic music. All the Pancharatnas are set to adi thalam. They are set in perfect sarvalaghu and contain all the musical and mathematical wonders […]

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