Tag Archives: Mysore Vasudevachar

Garudadhvani!

Garudadhvani Note 1:  I am happy to reproduce this article in my blog that appeared in the current issue of Shanmukha – a quarterly journal dedicated to the Arts brought out by Bombay’s Shanmukhananda Sabha. Note 2: I wish to … Continue reading

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Mysore Vasudevacharya’s Dwaadashanama Kriti 4

Fourth Name – Govinda Meaning: Lord of the worlds (the syllable ‘’go’’ denotes the world) ‘’go’’ also denotes speech i.e. the words of the Vedas; hence He is one who is discovered or realized through the words of the Vedas … Continue reading

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Edanunnaado – Bhadrachalam 2015

My trip to Bhadrachalam this year to perform a full-length concert for 382nd Jayanti Celebrations of Bhadrachala Ramadas conducted by the temple Devasthanam, was very different from last year in so many ways.  Last year involved the meeting of so many … Continue reading

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Bhavapriya – An Indelible Identity Carved by Tyagaraja

To begin with, Bhavapriya is: A raga relatively lesser known A raga not having many compositions.  Consequently: A raga relatively rare in concerts But, but, BUT… A raga that has *enormous* potential! The potential of a raga isn’t defined by … Continue reading

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