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narayanathe namoh namoh | behaag | Adi

narayanathe namoh namoh | behaag | Adi

Song: narayanathe namoh namoh
rAgam: behaag
tAlam: Adi
Genre: Carnatic | Indian
Composer: Annamacharya
Language: Sanskrit
Event: April 17 2010 Guru Sishya Concert at Sanatan Dharma Kendra, Sunnyvale, CA

 

 

Artist(s):
Vocals: Dhanya Subramanian and Students»
Violin: Aravind Sheshadri»
Mirudangam: Balaji Mahadevan»

Lyrics:

Aro:
S G3 M1 P N3 D2 N3 S

Ava:
S N3 D2 P M1 G3 R2 S

Pallavi:
nArayaNa tE namO namO (bhava)
nArada sannuta namO namO
(nArAyaNa)

Charanam 1:
murahara naghadhara mukunda mAdhava garuDa gamana pankaja nAbhA
parama puruSa bhava bandhanathE (namO) naramruka sharIra namO namO (namO)
(nArAyaNa)

Charanam 2:
jaladhi shayana ravicandra vilOcana jalaruha bhavanuta caraNayugA
bhali bandhana gOpavadhU vallabha nalinOttara tE namO namO (namO)
(nArAyaNa)

Charanam 3:
Adi dEva sakalAgama pUjita yAdava kula mOhanarUpA
vEdOdhara tiru venkaTanAyaka nAda priya tE namO namO (namO) —
(nArAyaNa)

Meaning:
Here, Annamacharya praises the Lord with different names. He sees no difference in His infinite images. Annamacharya paid his honest homage to the God in this song.

(Source: musicindiaonline.com)

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Aravind Sheshadri (violin) is the grandson and disciple of Vidushi.Smt.A.Rajamma Keshavamurthy, Rajyotsava Awardee and renowned vocalist of Karnataka. He is the son & disciple of renowned violinist, Vidwan Sri.B.K.Sheshadri and has had advanced tutelage under Sangeetha Vidyasagara Violin Vidwan Late Sri.R.R.Keshavamurthy. He has been performing the past several years at various sabhas and organizations, such as DD Chandana and Kamat Group in Bangalore. He has accompanied many budding artists and have given violin duet concerts along with his father.
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Balaji Mahadevan (mirudangam) had his initial training from Shri K.S.S.Mani (Chennai) for 8 years. He continued to learn from Shri Madhu Sudhanan, Chennai (disciple of Shri Karikudi Mani). Balaji has accompanied many leading artists in chennai and in US and has also played for many cassette / CD recordings and TV shows and he has been accompanying for various dance arangetrams and dance ballets. Balaji Mahadevan is a graded artist from All India radio, Chennai. He is also skilled in playing Tabla, Dhol, Thavil, Khol.
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  • Prajwal Rangaraju

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