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Did you know?

  • It's "bharama," not "baramma": A common misunderstanding with Brova bharama.
  • Dikshitar on Sarada Devi of Kashmir: Kalavati kamalasana yuvati.
  • Sadasiva Brahmendra's Manasa sancharare (in raga Sama) is well known. Are you aware of Tyagaraja's kriti Manasa sancharare in raga Punnagavarali?
  • The kriti Dvaitamu sukhama, where Tyagaraja expresses his dilemma in choosing between Dvaita and Advaita, is quite popular. But do you know of his lesser known kriti on a similar theme: E dari sancharintura (Which path shall I take)?
  • of the Dikshitar kritis in Manipravalam (a mixture of Sanskrit, Telugu and Tamil)
gOkarNa kSEtramulO nelakoni
mRkaNDu munigaL mudalAna bhaktAnAm
abhaya vara pradAna caturatara ramApatE
(Venkatachalapate)
zrI abhayAmbA ninnu cintiJcina vAriki
inda kavalaiyellAM tIrumammA
(Sri abhayamba ninnu)
  • ... which of the four Vedas Tyagaraja considers superior, and why? See Nada tanumanisham.
  • ... of the Dikshitar composition in praise of Mohini (Vishnu in female form), mother of zAstA? Marakata vallim.
  • In the well-known zlOkaM zuklAmbaradharam, vinAyaka is addressed as "viSNu." In the kRti Girirajasuta tanaya, Tyagaraja addresses Him as "zaGkara"
  • ... that the song Mari mari ninne in the Tamil film "Sindhubhairavi" is a Tyagaraja kriti originally in Kambhoji?
  • There are not many Carnatic songs in praise of mortals (nara stuti). One of the few is the Thodi Ata tala varnam Kanakangi, composed in praise of Serfoji II, King of Thanjavur.


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