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Thursday, April 23, 2009

M. K. Thiagraja Bhagavathar

I have posted here as many songs as possible with the intention of having his songs at one place, so that interested people can access. I will appreciate, if any body has got any song which is not here, and send it to me so that I can add them here

Download 01 Aadhidevane.mp3
Download 02 Aadhidevane(2).mp3
Download 03 Aanandha natana vinodha.mp3
Download 04 Aanandha natana vinodha(2).mp3
Download 05 Aayakalaigal.mp3
Download 06 Ambaa Manam Kanindhu.mp3
Download 07 Annayum Thanthayum Thane.mp3
Download 08 Aravabaranan.m4a
Download 09 Aruputha Leelaigal.mp3
Download 10 Bhoomiyill_Manida_Papanasam_Sivan.m4a
Download 11 Chandra_Suriyar.m4a
Download 12 Charaa sarangal.mp3
Download 13 Chidambaranaadha.m4a
Download 14 Deivakanasabhai.mp3
Download 15 Dheenakarunakarane_Papanasam_Siva.m4a
Download 16 Dhyaname enadhu Papanasam Sivan A.m4a
Download 17 Ellam_Inbame.mp3
Download 18 Ellaamsivanseyal.mp3
Download 19 En Jeeva Priye.m4a
Download 20 Ennudal Thannil.m4a
Download 21 Gnaanakkan_Ondru_Papanasam_Sivan_C.m4
Download 22 Gnaana_Sabayil.m4a
Download 23 Ingum_Angum.mp3
Download 24 Inievvaru.mp3
Download 25 Kaimaaru Seivathundo.mp3
Download 26 Koothaazh.mp3
Download 27 Krishna Mukuntha GR Haridas 1944.m4a
Download 28 Kulirndamugam.mp3
Download 29 Maanida Jenmam.m4a
Download 30 Maanidavazhvu.mp3
Dear Sir, Namaskarams! I just happened to visit your site after a while; thank you very much for these numerous postings... I am looking at your MKT posting; please kindly note that the following links are incorrectly pointing to songs uploaded by your kind self. 7->1; 9->8; 12->7; 22->10; 41->45; 43->36; 50->45; 55->51; 58->56; 59->57; 74->71; 80->67; 81->68 and 82->78. I would appreciate if you could please correct these links and make this another 'WHOLE' presentation... Thank you very much With Best Regards, Raghu
April 25, 2009 10:20 PM
Anonymous Raghu said...
Dear Sir, This is Raghu again... I do NOT remember if I had included this incorrect link also in my recent comment I posted. This is the last entry in yourMKT posting: 85 is pointing to 83. On the whole, there are 15 incorrect addresses. Thank you, With Best Regards Once Again, Raghu
April 25, 2009 10:24 PM

Blogger hvaidya said...
Thanks for all the readers for pointing out the irregularities. I have corrected all of them. If there is still any error, please point out them to enable me to rectify. I thank all those who show so much interest in making this blog perfect
April 26, 2009 12:32 PM
Blogger Lakshman said...
I looked at your blog site and it is very impressive. I would like to send you a personal message but there is no contact information anywhere on the site. Please send me an email. Thanks.
May 13, 2009 2:03 AM

Blogger hvaidya said...
My e mail ids are,
May 13, 2009 10:12 AM
Blogger Hari said...
Thanks for sharing your songs. There are still a few duplicates. Songs 12, 43, 50 and 81 are duplicates of others. Hari
September 12, 2009 8:05 AM
Blogger Hari said...
You'll find interesting information on MKT as well as some songs here:
September 19, 2009 11:03 AM
Blogger BHASKARAN said...
Today is the Birth Centenary of the First Superstar of Tamil Cinema and the Legend M.K.T. Unfortunately it gets unnoticed by everyone. Neither the State Govt who pampers the current film industry nor the Public at large have done anything to the Great Singer. Regards bhaskaran
March 1, 2010 7:01 AM

Blogger Hemalatha said...
Sir, I think the foll. are repeated : - Sl. no. 1 and 12 9 and 43 41 and 50 78 and 81 Could you please check them out ? Thanks and Regards
September 4, 2010 5:44 PM
    Blogger hvaidya said...
    Dear Ms. Hemalatha,

    I have corrected all the errors pointed out by you
    September 5, 2010 10:37 AM

    Blogger Hemalatha said...
    Sir, Thanks a lot. 78 and 81 appear to be repeat files. The foll. 9 files could be missing files as they do not get downloaded fully and cannot be played : - 49, 65, 66, 70, 71, 78, 79, 80 43 - resume unsupported. This is happening since yesterday. Thanks and Regards Hemalatha
    September 5, 2010 8:22 PM
    Blogger hvaidya said...
    Dear Ms. Hemalatha,

    I have posted fresh of 81.

    All the other links are working perfectly. Try again. Unless a fresh window of mediafire appears and says "the files not available or appeared to have been removed", the files are available. Downloading problems will get rectified once downloads are easing. Please check up the speed of your computer also.
    September 6, 2010 11:41 PM

    Blogger Hemalatha said...
    Sir, Today I could download all the other files. In fact just completed. 81 is also just completed. Touch wood, downloads are much better today. Thanks and Regards.
    September 6, 2010 11:50 PM

    Touching tale that may bring tears to your eyes

    A poignant story depicting love, concern and understanding. Read on

    In Phoenix, Arizona, a 26-year-old mother stared down at her 6 year old
    son, who was dying of terminal leukemia.

    Although her heart was filled with sadness,
    She also had a strong feeling of determination.
    Like any parent, she wanted her son to grow up & fulfill all his dreams.
    Now that was no longer possible.

    The leukemia would see to that.
    But she still wanted her son's dream to come true.

    She took her son's hand and asked,
    'Billy, did you ever think about what you wanted to be once you grew up?
    Did you ever dream and wish what you would do with your life?'

    'Mommy, I always wanted to be a fireman when I grew up.'

    Mom smiled back and said,

    'Let's see if we can make your wish come true.'

    Later that day she went to her local fire Department in Phoenix, Arizona,

    where she met Fireman Bob, who had a heart as big as Phoenix.

    She explained her son's final wish and asked if it might be possible

    to give her 6 year-old son a ride around the block on a fire engine.

    Fireman Bob said,

    'Look, we can do better than that.
    If you'll have your son ready at seven o'clock Wednesday morning,

    we'll make him an honorary Fireman for the whole day.
    He can come down to the fire station, eat with us,
    go out on all the fire calls, the whole nine yards!
    And if you'll give us his sizes,
    we'll get a real fire uniform for him,
    with a real fire hat - not a toy -- one-with the emblem of the Phoenix Fire
    Department on it,
    a yellow slicker like we wear and rubber boots.'

    'They're all manufactured right here in Phoenix,
    so we can get them fast.'

    Three days later Fireman Bob picked up Billy,
    dressed him in his uniform
    and escorted him from his hospital bed to the waiting hook and ladder

    Billy got to sit on the back of the truck
    and help steer it back to the fire station.
    He was in heaven.

    There were three fire calls in Phoenix that day
    and Billy got to go out on all three calls.

    He rode in the different fire engines,
    the Paramedic's' van,
    and even the fire chief's car.

    He was also videotaped for the local news program.

    Having his dream come true,
    with all the love and attention that was lavished upon him,
    so deeply touched Billy, that he lived three months longer than any doctor
    thought possible.

    One night all of his vital signs began to drop dramatically.
    The head nurse, who believed in the hospice concept - that no one should
    die alone,
    began to call the family members to the hospital.

    Then she remembered the day Billy had spent as a Fireman,
    so she called the Fire Chief and asked if it would be possible
    to send a fireman in uniform to the hospital to be with Billy as he made
    his transition.

    The chief replied, 'We can do better than that.
    We'll be there in five minutes. Will you please do me a favor?
    When you hear the sirens screaming
    and see the lights flashing,
    will you announce over the PA system that there is not a fire?'

    'It's the department coming to see one of its finest members one more time.

    And will you open the window to his room?'

    About five minutes later,
    a hook and ladder truck arrived at the hospital
    and extended its ladder up to Billy's third floor open window--------
    16 fire-fighters climbed up the ladder into Billy's room.

    With his mother's permission,
    they hugged him and held him and told him how much they LOVED him.

    With his dying breath,
    Billy looked up at the fire chief and said,

    'Chief, am I really a fireman now?'

    'Billy, you are, and the Head Chief, God, is holding your hand,' the
    chief said

    With those words, Billy smiled and said,
    'I know, He's been holding my hand all day,

    and the angels have been singing.'

    He closed his eyes one last time.