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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Jayadevar ashtapthis

  1. Sakhi he - Kalyaani
  2. Viharatha haririha - Dwajaawanthi
  3. Hari hari - Karaharapriya
  4. Yahi maadhava - Mukhari
  5. Maadhave - Poorvikalyaani
  6. Yaamihe - Natabhairavi
  7. Thava virahe - Behaag
  8. Srithakamala - Sechurutti
  9. Nijagaadha yadhunandane - Sindhubhairavi

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Visakha Hari - Narayanatheerthar Sangeetha upanyaasam - Narayana theerthar

Monday, January 26, 2009


Bhairavi is a janya rāgam in Carnatic music (musical scale of South Indian classical music). Though it is a sampoorna rāgam (scale having all 7 notes), it has two different dhaivathams in its scale, and hence is not classified as a melakarta rāgam (parent scale).
This is one of the ancient rāgams, said to have been prevalent about 1500 years ago. There are numerous compositions in this rāgam.
Structure and Lakshana
It is considered a janya of the 20th melakarta Natabhairavi. Its ārohaṇa-avarohaṇa structure is as follows (see swaras of Carnatic music for details on below notation and terms):
  • ārohaṇa: S R2 G2 M1 P D2 N2 S
  • avarohaṇa: S N2 D1 P M1 G2 R2 S
The notes used are chathusruthi rishabham, sadharana gandharam, shuddha madhyamam, chathusruthi dhaivatham & shuddha dhaivatham and kakali nishadham. Note the use of both dhaivathams, chathusruthi (D2) in ārohaṇa and shuddha (D1) in avarohaṇa.

Popular Compositions

Bhairavi has been decorated with numerous compositions by almost all composers. Viriboni varnam in ata talam by Pacchimiriam Adiyappa is commonly sung at the beginning of a concert and is very popular. Given below are a few very popular compositions among the 100s in this ragam.

  1. Ambaa kaamakshi - Maharajapuram Santhaanam
  2. kaamakshi - M.L. Vasanthakumari
  3. Ammammaa - Chithra
  4. Baalagopaala - Nithyashree
  5. Baala gopaala (Aalapanaa) - Aruna Sairam
  6. Baalagopaala - Aruna Sairam
  7. Baala gopaala - M.L Vasanthakumari
  8. Baala gopaala - Bombay Jayashri
  9. Baala gopaala - D. K. Pattammaal
  10. Chethulaara - M.L. Vasanthakumari
  11. Ika nannu - Nithyashree
  12. Inimel avarkkum - Aruna Sairam
  13. Janani maamava - P. Unnikrishnan
  14. Janani maamava - 1 - Kundrakudi Balamuralikrishna
  15. Janani maamava 2 - - Kundrakudi Balamuralikrishna
  16. Janani maamava - 3 - Kundrakudi Balamuralikrishna
  17. Janani maamava - Lakshmi Rangarajan
  18. Kaamaakshi - M.L. Vasanthakumari
  19. Kaamaakshi - T.K Rangachari
  20. Kaamaakshi - Ranjani & Gayathri
  21. Kaamaakshi - Sikkil Gurucharan
  22. Kaamaakshi - Bombay Jayashri
  23. Keechu keechu - Sikkil Gurucharan
  24. Kinthemi - Bombay sisters
  25. Koluvai - T. N. seshagopalan
  26. Koluvai - Nithyashree
  27. Koluvai - T.V. Sankaranarayanan
  28. Lalithe - Bombay Jayashree
  29. Lalithe - T.N. Seshagopalan
  30. Mariyaadha - M.L. Vasanthakumari
  31. Mariyaadha - Madurai Somu
  32. Mugaththai kaatiye - Sikkil Gurucharan
  33. Mugaththai kaatiye - Bombay Jayashree
  34. Mundhivaram isai - Laxmi Rangarajan
  35. Ninnane nambidhenu (Aalaapanaa) - Rajkumar Bharathi
  36. Ninnane nambidhenu - Rajkumar Bharathi
  37. Pazham nee - T.V. Sankaranarayanan
  38. Raamaa Kodhandaraama - Nithyashree
  39. Raama raama - Sowmya
  40. Raave himagiri - T.M.Krishna
  41. Raksha battare - Nithyashree
  42. Raksha battare - P. Unnikrishnan
  43. RTP - M.S. Subbalakshmi
  44. RTP - T.N. Seshagopalan
  45. RTP - Aruna Sairam
  46. RTP - K. J. Yesudoss
  47. RTP - T. M. Krishna
  48. Sari evaramma - Gayathri Venkatraghavan
  49. Sri lalithe - Gayathri Venkatraghavan
  50. Sri kamalaambayah - S. Rajeswari
  51. Sri raghuvara - Balamuralikrishna
  52. Sri Raghuvara - Bombay Jayashree
  53. Sri vishwanaatham - T. V. Sankaranarayanan
  54. Thaaye ezhai paal - Kunnakkudi Vaidyanathan
  55. Thanayendru prema - Balamuralikrishna
  56. Thanayuni - T. V. Sankaranarayanan
  57. Thanayuni brova - T.N. Seshagopalan
  58. Thriloka Janani ( Aalapana) Madurai Somu
  59. Thriloka janani (Violin LGJ) Madurai Somu
  60. Thriloka Janani - Madurai Somu
  61. Upachaaramu - Balamuralikrishna
  62. Upachaaramu - Madurai Somu
  63. Upachaaramu - K. J. Yesudoss
  64. ( aalapana) Aruna Sairam
  65. Upachaaramu - Aruna Sairam
  66. Upachamulanu - T. M. Krishna
  67. Varnam - T. K. Rangachari
  68. Varnam - Maharajapuram Santhanan
  69. Varnam - T. N. Seshagopalan
  70. Varnam - Neiveli Santhanagopalan
  71. Varnam - Balamuralikrishna
  72. Varnam - K.J. Yesudoss
  73. Varnam - T.M. Krishna
  74. Varnam - Aruna Sairam
  75. Velavare - Sowmya
  76. Viruththam - Karuvutra naal - Sanjay Subramanian
  77. Yaaro ivar - Nithyashree
  78. Yaarukku ponnambalam - Nithyashree

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Can chennaites dare to go here or how much they wish to be there?

Here are some photos of Versoix, a city near Geneva in Switzerland. These photos sent by my cousin's daughter Ms. Shrilaxmi. I like to see these picture again and again during the months of March to August, if I stay in Chennai ( Madras)

Our democracy in time of crisis

During the Cold War, if USA launched a nuke-loaded missile, Soviet satellites would inform the Soviet army in 3 seconds and in less than 45 seconds Soviet counter-missiles would be on their way.

Recent studies commissioned by US department of Defense included one on nuclear war between India and Pakistan.

This was their scenario.................

The Pakistan army decides to launch a nuke-missile towards India.

They don't need any permission from their government, and promptly order the countdowns.

Indian technology is highly advanced. In less than 8 seconds, Indian army detects the Pak countdown and decides to launch a missile in retribution.

But they need permission from the Government of India.

They submit their request to the Indian President.

The President forwards it to the Cabinet.

The Prime Minister calls an emergency Lok Sabha session.

The LS meets, but due to several walkouts and severe protests by the opposition, it gets adjourned


The President asks for a quick decision.

In the mean time, the Pak missile failed to take off due to technical failure.

Their attempts for a re-launch are still on.

Just then the Indian ruling party is reduced to a minority because a party that was giving outside

support withdraws it..

The President asks the PM to prove his majority within a week.

As the ruling party fails to win the confidence vote, a caretaker government is installed.

The caretaker PM decides to permit the armed forces to launch a nuclear missile.

But the Election Commission says that a caretaker government can not take such a decision because elections are at hand.

A Public Interest Litigation is filed in the Supreme Court alleging misuse of power by the Election Commission.

The Supreme Court comes to the rescue of the PM, and says the acting PM is authorized to take this decision in view of the emergency facing the nation.

Just then one of the Pak missiles successfully took off, but it fell 367 miles away from the target, on its own government building at 11.00AM.

Fortunately there were no casualties as no employee had reached the office that early.

In any case, the nuclear core of the missile had detached somewhere in flight.

The Pakistan army is now trying to get better technologies from China and USA.

The Indian Government, taking no chances, decides to launch a nuclear missile of its own, after convening an

all-party meeting.

This time all the parties agree.

Its three months since the army had sought permission.

But as preparations begin, "pro-humanity",

"anti-nuclear" activists come out against the Government's decision.

Human chains are formed and Rasta rokos organised.

In California and Washington endless e-mails are sent to Indians condemning the government and mentioning

"Please forward it to as many Indians as possible".

On the Pakistan side, the missiles kept malfunctioning.

Some missiles deviate from target due

to technical failures or high-speed wind blowing over Rajasthan.

Many of them land in the Indian

Ocean killing some fishes.

A spl missile (smuggled from USA) is pressed into service.

Since the Pakistan army is unable to understand its software, it hits it original destination: Russia.

Russians successfully intercepts the missile and in retaliation launches a nuclear missile towards Islamabad.

The missile hits the target and creates havoc. Pakistan cries for help.

India expresses deep regrets for what has happened and sends in a million dollars worth of Parle-G biscuits.

Thus India never gets to launch the missile.

Pakistan never gets it right.

And we live happily ever after!!!!

Friday, January 23, 2009


22 karaharapriya janya
A: S G2 M1 D2 N2 S
Av: S N2 D2 M1 P D2 G2 M1 R2 S

  1. Mogaththai - Maharajapuram Santhaanam
  2. Anthakaana dhoodharige - Sudha Raghunathan
  3. Kanden kanden - S. P. Raamh
  4. Saavi rahe - P. Unnikrishnan
  5. Varuvaai varuvaai - P. Unnikrishnan
  6. Kelathimama - P. Unnikrishnan
  7. Maamadhurai meenaakshi - Nithyashree
  8. Madhura madhura - Maharajapuram Santhaanam
  9. Anthakaana dhoodharige - Radha Jayalakshmi
  10. Govindham iha - P. Unnikrishnan
  11. Yeru mayileri - Neiveli Santhanagopalan
  12. Govindham iha - Sikkil Gurucharan
  13. Ninaikkaadha neramillai - O.S. Arun
  14. Maamiyam (Ashtapadhi) - Aruna Sairam
  15. Varuvaai varuvaai - Raajkumar Bharathi
  16. Govindham iha - T. M. Krishna
  17. Thiruppugazh - Nithyashree
  18. Thillaanaa - Bombay Jayashree
  19. Sadhaa sandhosham - Nithyashree
  20. Thillaanaa - Sudha Raghunathan

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Comparison of two resumes

Comparison of 2 Resume's --- Chief Executives of Pakistan & India

Chief Executive of India

Title: Prime Minister
Name: Dr Manmohan Singh

EDUCATION /Qualification:
1950: Stood first in BA (Hons), Economics, P
unjab University, Chandigarh ,
1952; Stood first in MA (Economics), P
unjab University , Chandigarh,
1954; Wright's Prize for distinguished performance at St John's College,Cambridge,
1955 and 1957; Wrenbury scholar, University of Cambridge ,
1957; DPhil (Oxford), DLitt (Honoris Causa); PhD thesis on India's export competitiveness

Working Experience [Teaching]

Professor (Senior lecturer, Economics, 1957-59;
Reader, Economics, 1959-63;
Professor, Economics, Panjab University, Chandigarh, 1963-65;

Professor, International Trade, Delhi School of Economics,Universit y of Delhi , 1969-71;
Honorary professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi, 1976 and Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi,1996 and Civil Servant


1966: Economic Affairs Officer
1966-69: Chief, financing for trade section,
1972-74: Deputy for India in IMF Committee of Twenty on International Monetary Reform
1977-79: Indian delegation to Aid-India Consortium Meetings
1980-82: Indo-Soviet joint planning group meeting
1982: Indo-Soviet monitoring group meeting
1993: Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting Cyprus 1993:
Human Rights World Conference, Vienna

Working Experience [Government Positions]:

1971-72: Economic advisor, ministry of foreign trade
1972-76: Chief economic advisor, ministry of finance
- Director, Reserve Bank of India; Director, Industrial Development Bank of India;
Alternate governor for India , Board of governors , Asian Development Bank;
Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, IBRD
November 1976 - April 1980: Secretary, ministry of finance (Department of economic affairs);
Member, finance, Atomic Energy Commission ; Member,finance, Space Commission
April 1980 - September 15, 1982: Member-secretary, Planning Commission
1980-83: Chairman, India Committee of the Indo-Japan joint study committee
September 16, 1982 - January 14 , 1985: Governor, Reserve Bank of India.
1982-85: Alternate Governor for India, Board of governors, International Monetary Fund
1983-84: Member, economic advisory council to the Prime Minister
1985: President, Indian Economic Association
January 15 , 1985 - July 31, 1987: Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission
August 1, 1987 - November 10, 1990: Secretary-general and commissioner, south commission, Geneva
December 10 , 1990 - March 14, 1991: Advisor to the Prime Minister on economic affairs
March 15, 1991 - June 20, 1991: Chairman, UGC
June 21, 1991 - May 15, 1996: Union finance minister
October 1991: Elected to Rajya Sabha from Assam on Congress ticket
June 1995: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha
1996 onwards: Member, Consultative Committee for the ministry of finance
August 1, 1996 - December 4 , 1997: Chairman, Parliamentary standing committee on commerce
March 21, 1998 onwards: Leader of the Opposition, Rajya Sabha
June 5, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on finance
August 13, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on rules
Aug 1998-2001: Member, committee of privileges 2000 onwards: Member,
executive committee, Indian parliamentary group
June 2001: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha
Aug 2001 onwards: Member, general purposes committee
2004: Prime Minister of India

India's Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth -Clarendon Press, Oxford University , 1964;

also published a large number of articles in various economic journals .


Adam Smith Prize , University of Cambridge, 1956
Padma Vibhushan , 1987
Euro money Award, Finance Minister of the Year, 1993;
Asia money Award, Finance Minister of the Year for Asia , 1993 and 1994

Chief Executive of Pakistan

Title: President of Pakistan
Name: Asif Ali Zardari

EDUCATION /Qualification:

High School from Cadet College Petaro
Details of higher formal education not known; Claims graduation from London but not available to be verified. As per some account. His official biography says he attended a commercial college called Pedinton School . But a search of tertiary educational institutions in London showed no such school.

Working Experience:

Early days: Working at the family owned Bambino Cinema at Karachi . Some accuse Mr Zardari of small-time ticket frauds to steal money from the family business.
Up till 1987 (marriage to the future Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto): No record.
1988 to date: While no official record of any business exists, Mr Zardari is widely believed to be one of the (if not the) richest man in Pakistan . An unofficial list of family owned businesses, property and accounts exists but the completeness of the same cannot be verified. Mr Zardari has however been involved in various national and international cases relating to his businesses. The most significant European cases are a Swiss money-laundering inquiry and a British civil cases.

Working Experience [Politics]:
1988-1990: Husband of the Prime Minister
1993–1996: Minister of Environment during his wife's second term as the Prime Minister
Un till 1999: Senator
30 December 2007: Appointed himself as the co-chairman of the PPP, along with his son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari
September 9, 2008: Zardari was elected president of Pakistan . Sworn in by Abdul Hameed Dogar, whose position as the Chiefe Justice of Pakistan remains a contested issue by an overwhelming majority of the Pakistani legal fraternity.

Working Experience [Other]:
Other experience of Mr Zardari includes his widely believed but not proven involvement in
- Several murders - most famously of his brother in law, possibly his wife
- Wrapping a bomb to the leg of a famous UK businessman to ask for money
- Embezzlement & looting of Billions of Pakistan's wealth

None on record

Marrying the then future and now ex (RIP) Prime Minister of Pakistan
Only serving politician to have spent 10 years in Jail
Told the US VP Candidate that she is "gorgeous" and said : "Now I know why the whole of America is crazy about you". When the photographers asked the two to keep shaking hands, he replied : " If he insists, I might hug you". This was one day after the President delivered an emotional speech at the UN in new York waiving a photograph of his deceased wife only months after the murder of his wife.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Adjust ..or don't fall in love

This is one of the photoshop works I admire and how ingeniously the photo conveys one of the beauties of life. If you want to view this in bigger size right click, go to view image and zoom the figure and see.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Maharajapuram Santhanam - Tamil songs

Download 01 Aadaadhu Asangadhu.MP3
Download 02 Aadhi Param Porule.m4a
Download 03 Aadum varai avar.m4a
Download 04 Aarupadai veettinile.mp3
Download 05 Aasai Mugam.m4a
Download 06 Aayiram Deivangal.m4a
Download 07  Adiyen Paduvadhu.mp3
Download 08 Alai paayudhe.m4a
Download 09 Andha raama soundaryam.mp3
Download 10 Azhagana Mayil Meedu.mp3
Download 11 Bhuvaneswari paadham.m4a
Download  12 Chandrasekhara.mp3
Download 13 Chinnanchiru Kiliye.m4a
Download 17 Chinna vayadhinile.m4a
Download 13 Dhayavilliah Dhayaalo.m4a
Download 14 Dhikku theiyaadha.m4a
Download 15 Enakkum Unakkum.mp3
Download 16 Eppadi Pandinaro.m4a
Download 17 GuruvAyUrappane_appan-RIthigowLa.mp3
Download 18 Idadhu padham thookki.m4a
Download 19 Idhayam ondril.m4a
Download 20 Innum en manam- Varnam - Chaarukesi ..mp3
Download 21 Kaanthimathi.m4a
Download 22 Kadaikkan paarvai.m4a
Download 23 Kanaga sabaapathikku.m4a
Download 24 Kanavudhaano.m4a
Download 25 Karaththinil velendhum.m4a
Download 26 Karpagame kann paaraay.m4a
Download 27 Karthikeya - Thodi - P.Sivan.m4a
Download 28 Karunai pozhiyun.m4a
Download 29 Kuzhloodhi manamellaam.m4a
Download 30 Maale manivannaa.m4a
Download 31 Manasaara.m4a
Download 32 Mogathai.m4a
Download 33  Murugaa murugaa.m4a
Download 34 Muruganin maru peyar.m4a
Download 35 Naan Oru Vilayaatu - Navarasa Kan.m4a
Download 36 Nadamaadum.m4a
Download 37 Nalinakanthimathi.m4a
Download 38 Needhaan mechchikkolla.m4a
Download 39 Nee irangaayenil.m4a
Download 40 Nenjil Uram.m4a
Download 41 Paal vadiyum mugam.m4a
Download 42 Paarvai ondru podhume.m4a
Download 43 Paayum oli.m4a
Download 44 Pala Pala Chintanai.mp3
Download 45 Raaghavendra undhan.m4a
Download 46 Raamanai kannaara.m4a
Download 47 Saarangan - Ragamalika - Aadi.m4a
Download 48 Sadha nin paadhame.MP3
Download 49 Sadhasivan.m4a
Download 50 Santhatham undan.m4a
Download 51 Saravanabhava.m4a
Download 52 Saravana bhava guhane.m4a
Download 53 Sendhoor murugananin.m4a
Download 54 Senthamizh Nadennum - Mohana Kaly.m4a
Download 55 Sri chakra.m4a
Download 56 Sri Valli Deva Senapathe.MP3
Download 57 Surundiranda.MP3
Download 58 Suttum Vizhi - Ragamalika - Roopa.m4a
Download 59 Thaalattu.m4a
Download 60 Thaaye yashodha.m4a
Download 61 Thedi Vandhennudan - Aberi - Sudd.m4a
Download 62 Thirukkadeeswara.m4a
Download 63 unnai allaaal.m4a
Download 64 Valli naayakane.mp3
Download 65 Valliyin kalyaanam.m4a
Download 66 Varamondru.m4a
Download 67 Vedhamayam nee.m4a
Download 68 Vellai Kamalathile.m4a
Download 69 Vellai Thamarai.m4a
Download 70 Vel Vel veera muruganin.MP3
Download 71 Vilayada Idhu Nerama - Shanmugapr.m4a
Download 72 Virutham - Oodhugindra.mp3
Download 73 yaarenna sonnaalum.m4a
Download 74 Yaaro Endrennamale - Sankarabaran.m4a
Download 75 Yenakku vendum.m4a
Download 76 Yendha velaiyum.m4a
Download 77 Yen mugam paarayya.m4a
Download 78 yen palli kondeer.m4a
Download 79 Yenna dhavam.m4a
Download 80 Yennai kaaththarulavadhu.m4a
Download 81 Yerumayileri.m4a

Thank you very much for sharing these amazing collection and making them available to us. My daughter too wishes to thank you for all these songs Regards, Rama
January 19, 2009 11:04 AM
Blogger Rama said...
Thank you very much for this musical treat. The quality of the songs also very good. It is absolutely marvellous.
January 19, 2009 6:45 PM
Blogger hvaidya said...
Thanks for your kind words. Please keep posting your comments.
January 21, 2009 11:28 PM
Blogger Venkatasubramanian said...
Mama Sorry for troubling you again. Do you have ganamurthe by any of the top singers ? Also, I have a question. Should the first line be 'ganamruthe'(gana +amruthe) instead of the traditional (gana+ murthe). Since gana is equated with amruta rather than a murthi (a prathima or form). What do you think ? Venkat
March 15, 2009 10:54 AM
Blogger hvaidya said...
Ganamurthe is available under the tag T. N. Seshagopalan song No. 50. I do not think it can be rendered as Gana amruthe, since this is a song on Lord Krishna by Thiyagaraja, mostly with Sanskrit words. Krishna is considered Lord of Music, since he attracted the entire world with music, not only human beings but also animals. Hence, it will be appropriate to sing as Gana murthe as this is not about Gana( music) but about Krishna (murthi).
March 16, 2009 8:39 AM
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    Sunday, January 11, 2009

    M. L. Vasanthakumari - 2

    1. Bhuvaneswariyaam- Mohanakalyani - Harikesanallur Muthiah Bhagavathar
    2. Jayajaya - Naattai - Purandaradasar
    3. Eka dhantham - Bilahari - Muthuswamy Dheekshitar
    4. Aanandaamruthakarshini - Amruthavarshini - Muthuswamy Dheekshitar
    5. Kaamaakshi- Bhairavi - Shyaamaa sastri
    6. Pramaamyaham- Gowla - Mysore vaasudevaachar
    7. Annapoorne- Saama - Muthuswamy Dheekshitar
    8. Sri viswanatham- Chathurdasa Raagamalika - Muthuswamy Dheekshitar
    9. Vaasudhevvayanai- Kalyaani - Thiyaagaraajaa
    10. Yaake ninne- Panthuvarali - Purandaradasar
    11. Maathangi - Ramaapriya - Muthuswamy Dheekshitar
    12. Raama raama - Vasantha - Purandaradasar
    13. Sasivadhanaa- Chandrajyothi - Thiyaagaraajaa
    14. Evari bodha
    15. Kodubega dhivyamathi - Aarabhi - Purandaradasar
    16. Sankari sankuru - Saaveri - Shyaamaa saastri
    17. Srinivaasa enna - Sriranjani - Purandaradas
    18. Dhayaraa nee - Mohanam - Thiyaagaraajaa
    19. Gananaaya desika- Rishabapriya - Koteeswara Iyer
    20. Maamava meenaakshi - Varali - Muthuswamy Dheekshitar
    21. Naadha thanumanisham - Chitharanjani - Thiyaagarajaa
    22. Nannu ganna thalli- Sindhu kannada - Thiyaagaraajaa
    23. Venkatachala nilayam - Sindhubairavi - Purandaradasar
    24. Aarupadai veedamarndha - Raagamalika - Paapanaasam sivan
    25. Nijadaasavarada - Kalyaani - Patnam Subramnia Iyer
    26. Varalakshmi - Gowrimanohari - Mysore Vaasudevaachar
    27. Saaradha geetham - Raagamalika - Chandrasekara saraswathi
    28. Visweswaaru- Sindhubairavi - Swaathi thirunaal
    29. Aayiram aayiram - Charukesi
    30. Viswanaatham bajeham - Chathursa Ragamalika - Muthuswamy Dheekshitar
    31. Krishnaa nee begane - Yamankalyaani
    32. Pakkala nilapadi - Karaharapriya - Thiyaagaraajaa 
    33. Raa raa raajeeva - Mohanam - Mysore Vasudevachar
    Blogger Hemalatha said...
    Sir, Could you please check up sl. no.1 ? Thanks and Regards
    September 13, 2010 11:57 PM