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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Jaya T V's Carnatic music idol

Here is the link, for those who missed in India, and for those who are in foreign soil and have no access for this channel. Please click here

Anonymous Anonymous said...
one of the best programmes ever produced by any indian tv channel. Excellent rendition by talented younsters make one wonder about the talent available today. Whoever conceived this programme deserves all accolades for the service to Carnatic Classical music. M>Subramaniam DGM, RBI
February 11, 2010 3:39 PM
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OpenID worldofgood said...
Enjoyed this program thoroughly. And thanks to you for this excellent work. I shall keep following your blog
February 11, 2010 4:32 PM
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Anonymous Anonymous said...
Why is Sriranjani in this competition ? Definitely the judgement was biased ....
February 14, 2010 8:33 AM
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Blogger coolguy said...
I am sorry to tell this.. These helluva competitions reduce art to rat races.. Art should be an art! It has its own status and position which is divine. Please people, come out of your shroddy minds.. Once upon a time, this had a very great stature.. But, now, due to competition the art in it has gone and has become a business.
March 14, 2010 12:13 AM
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Blogger coolguy said...
I am sorry to tell this.. These helluva competitions reduce art to rat races.. Art should be an art! It has its own status and position which is divine. Please people, come out of your shroddy minds.. Once upon a time, this had a very great stature.. But, now, due to competition the art in it has gone and has become a business.
March 14, 2010 12:14 AM
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Anonymous Anonymous said...
Don't make the program just into a competition. Let the common man experience the divinity in the music, and help keep things fairly simple so that it could be appreciated and understood more.
April 29, 2010 12:05 PM
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Anonymous Anonymous said...
It was one of my favorites. Impressed with the talents, hope you can have more of these. The show triggered an hour of discussion in our music class. A great experience.
April 29, 2010 12:13 PM
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Anonymous Anonymous said...
I agree with Mr. COOLGUY's comment. Divinity is gone from this Art. It has certainly become a business now.
February 22, 2011 5:00 AM
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Anonymous jayashree said...
Excellent programme.Enjoyed the questions and answers given by the participants. None of the participants felt bad, even if the questions were difficult- they tried their best to give.We want many programmes like this.
February 24, 2011 7:51 PM

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

one of the best programmes ever produced by any indian tv channel. Excellent rendition by talented younsters make one wonder about the talent available today.

Whoever conceived this programme deserves all accolades for the service to Carnatic Classical music.


M>Subramaniam
DGM, RBI

worldofgood said...

Enjoyed this program thoroughly.
And thanks to you for this excellent work. I shall keep following your blog

Anonymous said...

Why is Sriranjani in this competition ? Definitely the judgement was biased ....

coolguy said...

I am sorry to tell this.. These helluva competitions reduce art to rat races.. Art should be an art! It has its own status and position which is divine. Please people, come out of your shroddy minds.. Once upon a time, this had a very great stature.. But, now, due to competition the art in it has gone and has become a business.

coolguy said...

I am sorry to tell this.. These helluva competitions reduce art to rat races.. Art should be an art! It has its own status and position which is divine. Please people, come out of your shroddy minds.. Once upon a time, this had a very great stature.. But, now, due to competition the art in it has gone and has become a business.

Anonymous said...

Don't make the program just into a competition. Let the common man experience the divinity in the music, and help keep things fairly simple so that it could be appreciated and understood more.

Anonymous said...

It was one of my favorites. Impressed with the talents, hope you can have more of these. The show triggered an hour of discussion in our music class. A great experience.

Anonymous said...

I agree with Mr. COOLGUY's comment. Divinity is gone from this Art. It has certainly become a business now.

jayashree said...

Excellent programme.Enjoyed the questions and answers given by the participants. None of the participants felt bad, even if the questions were difficult- they tried their best to give.We want many programmes like this.