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Adivo Kanugonu (అదివో కనుగొను)

venkateswara swamy

Composer: Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya (Annamayya అన్నమయ్య) , May 9, 1408 – February 23, 1503 was born to Narayana Suri and Lakkamamba in Tallapaka, a village in current day Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh. More…

Keerthana No. 68; Volume No. 24

Copper Sheet No. 1412

Pallavi: Adivo Kanugonu (అదివో కనుగొను)

Ragam: Mukhari

Language: Telugu (తెలుగు)

Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya (శ్రీ తాళ్ళపాక అన్నమాచార్య)

Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya
(శ్రీ తాళ్ళపాక అన్నమాచార్య)

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This Sankeerthana was originally composed in Telugu. Other languages are for your convenience.


అదివో కనుఁగొను మది యొకతె
యెదుటనే నెలకొనె నిది యొకతె ॥పల్లవి॥

తేటలమాటలఁ దెర లదె కట్టీఁ
గాటుకకన్నులకలి కొకతె
జూటరిచూపులఁ జొక్కులు చల్లీ
నీటుగర్వములనెలఁ తొకతె ॥అది॥

ముసిముసినవ్వులు మోపులుగట్టీ
రసికుఁడ నీపై రమణొకతె
కొసరులఁ గుచములఁ గోటలు వెట్టీ
మిసమిసమెఱుఁగుల మెలుఁతొకతె ॥అది॥

కాయజకేలికిఁ గందువ చెప్పీ
చాయలసన్నల సతి యొకతె
యీయెడ శ్రీవేంకటేశ కూడి నిను
వోయని మెచ్చీ నొకతొకతె ॥అది॥


Pallavi

adivO kanugonu madi yokate
yeduTane nelakone nidi yokate

Charanams

1.tETala mATala teralade kaTTI
gATukakannula kalikokate
jUTarichUpula@M jokkulu challI
nITugarvamula nelatokate

2.musimusinavvula mOpulugaTTI
rasikuDa nIpai ramaNokate
kosarula kuchamula@M gOTalu veTTI
misamisa me~rugula melutokate

3.kAyajakEliki kaMduva cheppI
chAyalasannala sati yokate
yIyeDa SrIvEMkaTESa kUDi ninu
vOyani mechchI nokatokate


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2 Responses to Adivo Kanugonu (అదివో కనుగొను)

  1. CH S N Sreenivasa November 7, 2022 at 11:04 pm #

    This simple worded Annamacharya Keertana “Adivo Kanungonu Madi Yokate “అదివో కనుఁగొను మది యొకతె”” is like a sketch. It was mistakenly classified as romantic poem.

    In fact, the feminine descriptions used to invoke the emotional associations we build. Here ‘ఒకతె’ = one lady is indicating an idea, a thought, a feeling, a propensity. However, hidden behind the innocence of delicate wording is a delusion that shakes the basis our existence.

    For detailed Analysis see the link below: https://annamacharyapracticalphlosopher.blogspot.com/2022/11/147-adivo-kanugonu-madi-yokate.html

    • desibantu November 8, 2022 at 2:11 am #

      In response to CH S N Sreenivasa,

      From our little grasp WRT wealth of knowledge, Sankeerthana & Keerthana while used synonymously are different from Kritis. Either are definitely not a Poem or Poetry. Some folks try to literally convert them to English or other languages which is not possible. Every language has its own fragrance, dialects and feels which cannot be translated. Thanks for your input and hope it helps clean your blog.

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