#3-Daily Slokas for Kids

1  Gurur-Brahmaa Gurur-Vissnnur-Gururdevo Maheshvarah |
   Gurur Saakshaat Param Brahma Tasmai Shrii-Gurave Namah ||

Meaning:

 The Guru is Brahma, the Guru is Vishnu, the Guru Deva is Maheswara (Shiva),
 The Guru is Verily the Para-Brahman (Supreme Brahman); Salutations to that Guru.

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#143-Chembai & Jaya,Vijaya-Vijayadasami Live Concert

This is an assorted collection of Sri. Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavather singing with his disciples Jaya & Vijaya

Tracks

01- Mohanakalyani Ragamalika – Adi
02-O_Jagadamba-Anandabhairavi
03- Sankari Sankuru – Saveri – Adi (tisra gati)

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#142-Chembai & Yesudas-Live Concert

Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavatar was an Indian Carnatic music singer from the state of Kerala. Usually known by his village name Chembai, or simply as Bhagavatar, he was born to Anantha Bhagavatar and Parvati Ammal in 1895.  Chembai was noted for his powerful voice and majestic style of singing. His first public performance was in 1904, when he was nine.

He was a recipient of several titles and honours in his performing career of 70 years (1904-1974). He was known for his encouragement of upcoming musicians, and also for his ability to spot new talent. He was responsible for popularizing compositions like Rakshamam, Pavana Guru, among others.

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#141-Navarathri Krithis-Swathi Tirunal

Tracks

01-dEvi_jagajjananI-shankarAbharaNam – Sankaran Namboothiri
02-pAhi_mAm_vAgISvarI-kalyANi – Trichur Ramachandran
03-devi Pavane – Saveri-Gayatri Venkataraghavan
04-bhAratI_mAm_ava-tODi – DK Jayaraman

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#3-A Study of Navarathri Krithis of Maharaja Swathi Tirunal

Swathi Tirunal was born in the royal family of Travancore on 16th April 1813. His  musical compositons include different forms of music namely Tana Varnams, Pada Varnams, Swarajathi, Jathiswaram, Keerthanam, Padam, Tillana,  Javali, Ragamalikas , Group Krithis and also North Indian Forms like Dhrupads, Khayals, Tappas etc. His group krithis include Navarathri Krithis, Navaratnamalika (Navavidha Bhakthi) Keerthanas and Ghana Raga Keerthanas and Utsava Sampradaya Krithis.

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#12-Amazing Pictures of Goddess Lalitha Parameswari

Wishing  All Friends that the Colour, Bliss and the Beauty of 

Navarathri be with you throughout your life!!

On the Occasion of Navarathri Festival, here are a few collection of pictures of Goddess Ambal in her different forms..

Amazing Pictures of Goddess Ambal – Set 1 and Set 2 

69-Baaladevi

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#26-Goddess Saraswathi – Embodiment of Knowledge

The word Saraswathi is of Sanskrit origin. This word originally derived from its root ‘Sr’ which means to move or to flow. Later the word developed as ‘sara’ meaning to flow. The word ‘Saras’ also means fluid, and the word ‘wati’ means easily. If the words are joined it gives the sense ‘easily flowing energy’. There are numerous references bearing the name of Saraswathi in the Vedas and other Hindu scriptures.

The notable features are the white Lotus, white swan, pearls and pitcher around her  symbolize the association of Goddess Saraswathi with water. Moreover, the colour of these items together with her saree that she wears, predominates HER personage alludes to purity, tranquility and equanimity.

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