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 ~ 1 Comment

Sri Thyagaraja Swamigal’s Divya nama Keerthanam

Divyanama Keertanams                        On his reasons for composing the Divyanama Keertanas, Thyagaraja Swami, in his kriti, “Raga Ratna Malika” in Ritigowla, says “As the sole means of my salvation, with the authority of all Scriptures, as the path to happiness of all Yogis and for […]

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04 March 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Mysore sri Vasudevacharyar

                                    Vasudevachar was born in Mysore and started learning music from Veena Padmanabhiah, the chief musician of the Mysore court. He also mastered Sanskrit and allied fields such as Kavya, Tarka, Vyakarana, Nataka, Itihasa, Purana, Sahitya et al… having studied at the Maharaja Sanskrit college in Mysore. He then went on to learn from the […]

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11 February 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Kumbeswarar Thudi

வேண்டியன எல்லாம் பெற லக்னாதிபேசாய க்ரஹார்ச்சிதாயா ஸ்ரீகாமதேநு ஸுரஸங்க ஸுபூஜிதாய பஞ்சானநாய பரமார்த்த நிதர்ஸகாய ஸ்ரீகும்பலிங்காய நமச்சிவாய & கும்பேஸ்வர ஸ்தோத்திரம்.                    பொருள்: எல்லா லக்னங்களுக்கும் அதிபதிகளான நவகிரகங்களுக்குத் தலைவராக இருப்பவரே, கும்பேஸ்வரா, உமக்கு நமஸ்காரம். நவகிரகங்களால் பூஜிக்கப்படுபவரே, எண்ணியதெல்லாம் தரும் காமதேனு மற்றும் அனைத்து தேவர்களாலும் வணங்கப்படுபவரே, கும்பேஸ்வரா, உமக்கு நமஸ்காரம். ஐந்து முகங்களை உடையவரே, பிரளய காலத்தில் மிதந்து வந்த அமிர்த கலயத்தை உடைத்து எல்லோருக்கும் எல்லா வளமும் வழங்கிய கும்பேஸ்வரா, உமக்கு […]

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24 January 2011 ~ 1 Comment

About Tabla

Tabla is an instrument to be played very softly makes the sweet Rhythmic Sound.It is almost used in Hindustani Music and sometimes in fusion of  carnatic and devotional songs to support. The smaller drum, played with the dominant hand, is sometimes called dayan (lit. “right”; a.k.a. dāhina, siddha, chattū) but is correctly called the “tabla.” It […]

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24 January 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Home of Saint Sri Thyagaraja Swamigal

                        The 164th annual aradhana of saint composer Thyagaraja will begin in the saint’s samadhi on the banks of the Cauvery at Thiruvaiyaru near Thanjavur on Friday.                         The festival, which will go on till January 25, will be inaugurated by Jairam Ramesh, Union Minister for Environment and Forests. An important feature of this year’s aradhana […]

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