And the mesmerizing Iyer sisters: Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Notify me of new posts via email. Sarvam ekam, ekam sarvam.
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Wanted to know the meaning so that I can translate it in Hindi on my blog. You are commenting using your Google account. Notify me of new comments via email. You listen to Shankar Tucker eh?
Roots in the shruti- box of the Carnatic, branches in the gharanas of Hindustani music.
All is One, One is All. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Thx a lot for this beautiful presentation. And those beings on whom Your benevolent gaze does not fall How nenaineal can they live in this world, O Mother of all? Sarvam ekam, ekam sarvam. Thank you for posting this translation… Very beautiful song… and combination of Shankar Tucker and Iyer sisters make it truly divine.
“Nee Nenaindal” Ft. Vidya And Vandana Iyer’s Biggest Music Influences
Anupallavi Manida vazhkkaiyile inba tunbam Mari mari varuvadum un seyal andro. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Shankar Tucker makes fusion fashionable with this collaboration with Vidya and Vandana Iyer.
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Thanks for dropping by, Abhir! Ella perumaigalum irundalum adu Unnadi vanangnmal nilai perumo. Skip to content Darbari Kanada, raga of the royals. The music enthralled me to take interest in the song…. Heard it n number of times though i could not understand it.
A raga the color of the night sky, evoking the depths of the soul to raise in harmony with the Universe. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by nwnaindal.
“Nee Nenaindal” ft. Vidya and Vandana Iyer – Shankar Tucker
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And the mesmerizing Iyer sisters: Thank you so much for the translation…the song is simply beautiful and its a pleasure vidha listen to it over and over again….
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Vidya and Vandana, heroines of the Carnatic Renaissance. Composed by Periasamy Thooran, elements from across oceans melt into a fluid, melodious stream iher soothes the sub-conscious and lightens the spirit.
Munbe vaa en anbe vaa!