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Irakkam Varamal (இரக்கம் வராமல்)

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Composer: Gopalakrishna Bharathi (Tamil: கொபலக்ரிஷ்ன பரடி) was born the son of Shivaraama Bhaaratiyaar in the village Narimanam near NaagapaTTinam in Tamil NaaDu in 1810. He later lived in Mudikondan, Anaitandavapuram and Mayuram, places with which he later became associated. From childhood, he learned Carnatic music from every possible source, even from Ghanam Krishna Aiyyar, Hindustani […]

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Innamumasandehappadalamo (இன்னமுமஸன்டேஹப்படலாமோ)

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Composer: Gopalakrishna Bharathi (Tamil: கொபலக்ரிஷ்ன பரடி) was born the son of Shivaraama Bhaaratiyaar in the village Narimanam near NaagapaTTinam in Tamil NaaDu in 1810. He later lived in Mudikondan, Anaitandavapuram and Mayuram, places with which he later became associated. From childhood, he learned Carnatic music from every possible source, even from Ghanam Krishna Aiyyar, Hindustani […]

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Eppovaruvaro (எப்போவருவாரோ)

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Composer: Gopalakrishna Bharathi (Tamil: கொபலக்ரிஷ்ன பரடி) was born the son of Shivaraama Bhaaratiyaar in the village Narimanam near NaagapaTTinam in Tamil NaaDu in 1810. He later lived in Mudikondan, Anaitandavapuram and Mayuram, places with which he later became associated. From childhood, he learned Carnatic music from every possible source, even from Ghanam Krishna Aiyyar, Hindustani […]

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Paalayamaan Shree (పాలయమాం శ్రీ)

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Composer: Walajapet Venkatramana Bhagavatar (వాలజపేట్ వెంకటరమణ భాగవతార్) was the devoted chief disciple of Sadguru Sri Tyagaraja. He was instrumental in recording the numerous compositions of Tyagaraja in palm leaves for posterity. Nearly 26 years he served his Guru and earned his appreciation and blessings which is evidenced by the kritis of Tyagaraja. One such kriti […]

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Namamulanu Seyare (నామములను సేయరె)

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Composer: Walajapet Venkatramana Bhagavatar (వాలజపేట్ వెంకటరమణ భాగవతార్) was the devoted chief disciple of Sadguru Sri Tyagaraja. He was instrumental in recording the numerous compositions of Tyagaraja in palm leaves for posterity. Nearly 26 years he served his Guru and earned his appreciation and blessings which is evidenced by the kritis of Tyagaraja. One such kriti […]

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Kannulaara Kantinipudu (కన్నులార కంటినిపుడు)

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Composer: Walajapet Venkatramana Bhagavatar (వాలజపేట్ వెంకటరమణ భాగవతార్) was the devoted chief disciple of Sadguru Sri Tyagaraja. He was instrumental in recording the numerous compositions of Tyagaraja in palm leaves for posterity. Nearly 26 years he served his Guru and earned his appreciation and blessings which is evidenced by the kritis of Tyagaraja. One such kriti […]

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Edhayya gathi (எதையா கதி)

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Composer: Koteeswara Aiyyar (கோடீஷ்வர ஐய்யர்) , (January 1870-October 21, 1936) An eminent composer in Tamil, Kotiswara Ayyar was a grandson of the great scholar and composer, Kavi Kunjara Bharati (1810-1896), who authored the Skanda Purana kirthanas, Azhagar Kuravanji and several kirtanas. Bharati was a prolific composer and in Kotiswara Ayyar one sees a worthy and […]

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Pancharatna kritis (పంచరత్న కృతి | पंचरत्न कृति | பஞ்சரத்ன கீர்த்தனைகள் | பஞ்சரத்ன கீர்த்தனைகள் | പഞ്ചരത്ന കൃതി)

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Pancharatna kriti (Telugu: పంచరత్న కృతి (or) పంచరత్న కీర్తనలు | Sanskrit: पंचरत्न कृति | Tamil: பஞ்சரத்ன கீர்த்தனைகள் | Kannada:பஞ்சரத்ன கீர்த்தனைகள் | Malayalam: പഞ്ചരത്ന കൃതി) is a set of five songs [Sanskrit: pancha – five, ratna – gem, kritis = songs] in Carnatic classical music, composed by the 18th century Indian composer, Tyagaraja. Tyagaraja and the Pancharatna […]

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