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Violin. Chaso’s short story -2

Darkness is making its tender inroads into the room. Rajyam relapsed into her trance. The evening light on her gaunt face sheathed it in a golden sheen. Venkatappaiah stood there looking intently at her face. He is no more apprehensive. … Continue reading

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Tyagaraja extolls Sabari.

She was just a hunters’ child. Sensitive and kind. Simple and innocent. It pinched her heart when her dad shot a dove. She cried when her mom cooked a terrapin. She closed her eyes in horror when her brother drove … Continue reading

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Text of Krishna Leela Tarangini of Narayana Tirdha

Here is a useful link. You can have the entire text of Narayana Tirdha’s Krishna Leela Tarngini here. http://ia700706.us.archive.org/1/items/KrishnaLeelaTaranginiLyricsEnglish/SriKrishnaLilatarangini.pdf.pdf

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The ladies sing a rhapsody, while they go about their chores

In this lyric below, Annamayya, portrays an idyllic, pastoral scene in the Nanda-vrajam ( the countryside where the celebrated cowherd chieftain Nanda, his wife Yasoda, their two sons , Krishna and Balarama and his daughter Subhadra and his clan, resided … Continue reading

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The word and it’s meaning. The lyric and it’s music

I have been fortunate to read a discussion about an old interview with Dr.SrIpada Pinaaka Pani garu by Sri Nanduri Pardha Sarsthi garu. The discussion centered around a remark by Dr.Sripada about the secondary role literature has in a music … Continue reading

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