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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Concert - Madurai Mani Iyer

  1. Ninnukori (Varnam)- Mohanam 
  2. Apparaamabhakthi - Kamavardhini 
  3. Suryamurthe - Sourashtram
  4. Maakelara Vichaaramu - Ravi chandrika 
  5. Vaasudevaayani - Kalyaani 
  6. Thaaye yasodha - Thodi 
  7. Nagumomu - Aabheri 
  8. Vinaayakuni - Madhyamavathi 
  9. Manasasrirama - Isamanohari 
  10. Sri sathyanaaraayanam - Sivapanthuvaraali 
  11. RTP - Kaambodhi 
  12. Eppo varuvaaro - Jounpuri 
  13. Kaa vaa vaa - Varaali 
  14. English note - Sankarabaranam 
  15. Mangalam - Sourashtram
Blogger buddy said...
thank you.. Ive been looking for the english note since ages.
August 31, 2010 7:59 PM
Blogger KParthasarathi said...
Have heard him in concerts at sabhas and temples countless times.Thank you for enabling me again to listen him
Fantastic blog
September 1, 2010 5:25 AM

Anonymous y.Hariharan said...
One of the best MMI Concert. Every piece is dealt in a masterly way. Many pieces from this concert have become known as "the Best of Madurai Mani Iyer" Thanks to Hariharan Vaidayanathan for uploading this wonderful Concert. Y.Hariharan
September 17, 2010 9:01 AM

    Monday, August 30, 2010

    Carnatic Music Fusion (Nagumomu Ganaleni) - Aathirai Sivapalan

    I came across this new attempt. I immediately felt, I should share with you all. Please enjoy.(Let hard core music rasikas excuse me )

    Carnatic Music Fusion (Guruvayur Appane Appan) - Aathirai Sivapalan

    Her voice is good. Please do not miss this just because it is in Fusion

    Carnatic Music Fusion (Mokshamu Galatha) - Aathirai Sivapalan

    This is one of my most favourite song. Even though this presentation is different from Lalgudi It also gave me a pleasant feeling. Please try and I hope you will enjoy it.

    Carnatic Music Fusion (Orajupu) - Aathirai Sivapalan

    I liked this. I thought few of you will enjoy and so it is here

    Friday, August 27, 2010

    is India shining ? AN AMAZING REPORT FROM ABC

    A MUST SEE for all Indophiles. This is a 10 minute long video which will certainly have you in awe about the wonder that's India, its tremendous potential, its seeming diversities, its strengths and weaknesses and above all its relentless march towards prosperity, all this despite embracing a democratic political system. Perhaps some of our major shortcomings like corruption, bureaucratic and political inadequacies, indiscipline and a few archaic social practices which have scant regard for human rights etc have been glossed over. But let there be no doubt that India is well on its way to its rightful place in the international arena, politically, economically and I would venture to add, even militarily!

    Watch this amazing 10-minute video by ABC. You will be pleasantly surprised.

    received from Bhaskaran Sivaraman

    Thursday, August 26, 2010

    Divine chants on Lord Krishna

    Since Krishna Jayanthi is fast approaching, I thought some of you may be interested

    1. Slokam - Vasudeva sutam Devam 
    2. Sri krishna Govind hare Muraare 
    3. Bhaje Radha govind  
    4. Om namo bhagavathe vasudevaya 
    5. Sunder gopalam  
    6. Sri raadhe govind Mukund Murare 
    7. Shri krishna shranam mamah 
    8. Kasthuri thilakam Shri govardhan 
    9. Govind bolo Gopal bolo  
    10. Sri krishna govind bhaja govindam

    Concert - D.K.Pattammaal

    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    Dear Sir, I am not able to download song #2. Can you please fix the link. Thanks, Bala
    August 26, 2010 7:58 PM

    Blogger hvaidya said...
    Since I am out of station, I am not having access to the original file in a hard disc, which I did not carry. I will set it right as soon as I reach chennai
    August 27, 2010 6:36 AM
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    Dear Sir, I was able to download it just now. No idea why I was not able to access it before. Thanks for the quick response. I listened to the entire collection and was mesmerized. Especially "Sankari Sankuru" by Shayama Sastri was divine. Thanks for the great uploads. -Bala
    August 27, 2010 7:55 AM

    Blogger hvaidya said...
    Yes. Mr. Bala, sometimes due to server problems this sort of errors do happen. I am happy you are able to hear and enjoy this
    August 27, 2010 11:09 AM
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    Dear Sir, Thanks a billion for your precious uploads. the song 15 is poonguil koovum in raga kaapi and is a composition of Kalki Krishnamurthi
    August 28, 2010 6:46 PM
      Blogger hvaidya said...
      Thanks for pointing out the error. I have made the correction according to your suggestion. Keep up the spirit.
      August 29, 2010 7:17 AM

      I up loaded the song No 03 Sree Raama paadhama thrice but while downloading it is always giving error message, I have sent a complaint to mediafire as follows:

      Blogger hvaidya said...
      I up loaded this song twice and tried for the third time. the same problem is coming. I have sent a complaint to mediafire as follows:

      I have up loaded 19 files in my folder Concert 118 - D.K. Pattammal - Toronto. but the file No 03 - Nee sreeraama padhama even though properly up loaded and have an URL, when trying to download the message " No servers are currently online with the requested file on it. (-22) " is appearing. I up loaded the same file three times, and every time it happens so. Bu the file is working well in my hard disc. It is a music file and I am able to hear the song.

      Please let me know what could be done to restore the file and help me.

      V. Hariharan
      September 11, 2010 7:57 PM

      So readers are requested to wait until I get confirmation from "mediafire"

      Blogger Hemalatha said...
      Sir, Not able to download Song no. 3 and 16. Could you pls look into it ? Thanks and Regards. Hemalatha
      September 9, 2010 8:35 PM
      Blogger hvaidya said...
      I have already explained about the difficulty about song No 03. The song No 16 is opening. Please try again.
      September 11, 2010 9:19 PM

      Wednesday, August 25, 2010

      How true it is !

      Being a veterinarian, I had been called to examine a ten-year-old Irish Wolfhound named Belker. The dog's owners, Ron , his wife Lisa , and their little boy Shane , were all very attached to Belker, and they were hoping for a miracle.

      I examined Belker and found he was dying of cancer. I told the family we couldn't do anything for Belker, and offered to perform the euthanasia procedure for the old dog in their home.

      As we made arrangements, Ron and Lisa told me they thought it would be good for six-year-old Shane to observe the procedure. They felt as though Shane might learn something from the experience.

      The next day, I felt the familiar catch in my throat as Belker’s family surrounded him. Shane seemed so calm, petting the old dog for the last time, that I wondered if he understood what was going on. Within a few minutes, Belker slipped peacefully away.

      The little boy seemed to accept Belker's transition without any difficulty or confusion. We sat together for a while after Belker's Death, wondering aloud about the sad fact that animal lives are shorter than human lives.

      Shane , who had been listening quietly, piped up, ''I know why.''

      Startled, we all turned to him. What came out of his mouth next stunned me. I'd never heard a more comforting explanation. It has changed the way I try to live.

      He said,’ People are born so that they can learn how to live a good life -- like loving everybody all the time and being nice, right?''

      The Six-year-old continued,’ Well, dogs already know how to do that, so they don't have to stay as long.''

      Live simply.

      Love generously.

      Care deeply.

      Speak kindly.

      Remember, if a dog was the teacher you would learn things like:

      When loved ones come home, always run to greet them.

      Never pass up the opportunity to go for a joyride.

      Allow the experience of fresh air and the wind in your face to be pure Ecstasy.

      Take naps.

      Stretch before rising.

      Run, romp, and play daily.

      Thrive on attention and let people touch you.

      Avoid biting when a simple growl will do.

      On warm days, stop to lie on your back on the grass.

      On hot days, drink lots of water and lie under a shady tree.

      When you're happy, dance around and wag your entire body.

      Delight in the simple joy of a long walk.

      Be loyal.

      Never pretend to be something you're not.

      If what you want lies buried, dig until you find it.

      When someone is having a bad day, be silent, sit close by, and nuzzle them gently.


      Vinod said...

      Dear Shri Hariharan,

      You have quoted a touching incident. As the generations pass away, animals behave in a better way when compared to humans. We all are proud about the fact that science & industrial revolution contributed hugely to the growth of the world. At the same time, we are crying on the devastation it has caused over the years. May God give humans enough common sense to choose the right path.


      Vinod N N
      Anonymous Arya Manjeri said...
      Dear sir, I am so touched and very happy reading this incident.... Really, animals do understand human emotions better than a human himself can. The points which said, what would we learn if a dog was our teacher is awesome and very very true..which every human should try at least once in his life time, I belive... Children are innocent and those words said by the chid has changed my whole perspective of what life is. Thankyou sir for uploading this article.. :)
      August 30, 2010 12:22 PM

      Who should hold ?

      A little girl and her father were crossing a bridge.

      The father was kind of scared so he asked his little daughter,

      'Sweetheart, please hold my hand so that you don't fall into the river.'

      The little girl said, 'No, Dad. You hold my hand.'

      'What's the difference?' Asked the puzzled father.

      'There's a big difference,' replied the little girl.

      'If I hold your hand and something happens to me,

      chances are that I may let your hand go.

      But if you hold my hand, I know for sure that no matter what happens,

      you will never let my hand go.'

      In any relationship, the essence of trust is not in its bind, but in its bond.

      Monday, August 23, 2010

      Concert - Ariyakkudi Ramanuja Iyengar

      1. Varnam - Aabhogi
      2. Raama ninna - Huseini
      3. Aalaapana - Kalyaani
      4. Chidambaram - kalyaani
      5. Aalaapana - Thodi
      6. Kali theera - Thodi
      7. Aalaapanaa - Kaambodhi
      8. Nadamaadi - Kaambodhi
      9. Aalaapana - Dhanyaasi
      10. Keezh vaanam - Dhanyaasi
      11. Thani
      12. Maane - Mohanam
      13. Navasidhdhi - Karaharapriya
      14. RTP - Aalaapana and Thanam - Bhairavi
      15. RTP - Pallavi - Bhairavi
      16. Thukkadaas and Mangalam
      See how many tamil songs he has rendered !

      Documentary said...

      I love the website, go day to see him ever again post. Congratulations and published as yet.

      How about the article, is that other, very interesting.Maybe you'd let you comment on my site.

      Anyway, blog is great. Good luck!

      August 24, 2010 3:59 AM

      Anonymous Anonymous said...
      It is great blog for music lovers. In addition to various carnatak music kritis a lot of other useful information is being shared.. I look forward a compilation of Shyamasastry keertanas at one place from you.
      August 24, 2010 9:51 AM

      Kodhaiyum Govindanum by Aaraavamudhan

      1. Kodhaiyum Govindhanaum
      2. Thirukkachchi Nambi

      Thursday, August 19, 2010

      Aiyyappan songs - 2

      1. Aabaranam - L.R.Eaaswari 
      2. Aalaravam illaa - VMD 
      3. Aanai puli koottam - VMD 
      4. Aananda maamalai -  
      5. Aatru vazhi -  
      6. Aayiram kodi - VMD 
      7. Adumalai - VMD  
      8. Akkada choodu  
      9. Alangaatu naayaga 
      10. Ambaa - Unni Menon 
      11. Ambalaththu - SPB 
      12. Andhara sundara - Unni Menon 
      13. Arichuvadi - VMD
      14. Ayyaa saami saranam - VMD 
      15. Ayyappaa - Unni Menon 
      16. Bhakthiyodu 
      17. Chandana vaasam - Unni Menon 
      18. Dhevaa nin - Unni Menon 
      19. Ekaandha mayileri - Unni Menon 
      20. Ellorum Serndhu  
      21. En gurunaadha - SPB  
      22. Ezhumalaiyaanum - VMD
      23. Ganapathiye - Yesudoss 
      24. Harihara puthrane - Yesudoss 
      25. Hariharan maindhaa - VMD 
      26. Harivaraasanam - P. Unnikrishnan 
      27. Harivaraasanam - SPB
      28. Irumudi - Unni Menon  
      29. Irumudiyodu thiruvadi - VMD 
      30. Iyyappa saami en - Unni Menon 
      31. Iyyappa saami - VMD 
      32. Iyyappa - VMD 
      33. Iyyappa - Yesudoss  
      34. Iyyappan perai solli - VMD 
      35. Iyyarauyyare - SPB 
      36. Jaadhiyillai 
      37. Kaadenna medenna - SPB 
      38. Kaarthigaiyil  
      39. Kaarthigaiyil - SPB 
      40. Kaadu enna - VMD 
      41. Kaithala niraikani 
      42. Kanni moola - L.R. Easwari 
      43. Kanni mooola - Veeramani 
      44. Kannimargale - VMD  
      45. Kaarthigai maargazhi - VMD
      46. Kattu kattu  - SPB
      47. Lambodharane - VMD  
      48. Maaligaiyin - Unni Menon 
      49. Mahaadevanmagane - VMD 
      50. Maharajane - VMD
      51. Malai soozhum - L.R. Easwari 
      52. Manasukkulle - Unni Menon 
      53. Manikandaa - P. Unnikrishnan 
      54. Manjamma - VMD
      55. Maravene - Unni Menon 
      56. Mudharkottai 
      57. Naamaththai maravaamal - Yesudoss 
      58. Naarpadhu naatkal - 
      59. nerungudhu nerungudhu 
      60. Ohm om iyyappa - Unni Menon 
      61. Onnaam - P. Unnikrishnan 
      62. Oththayadi paadhaiyil - VMD 
      63. Paavana sree - Unni Menon
      64. Padhinettu padiyeri 
      65. Padi pattu  
      66. Padiyeru padiyeru - SPB 
      67. Pambaa nadhi - Unni Menon 
      68. Pambaa nadhi malre - L.R. Easwari 
      69. Paarijaadha maalai - VMD 
      70. Pathapulli - L.R. Easwari 
      71. Ponnambalameda - L.R. eaaswari 
      72. Poovodu poovaaga - VMD 
      73. Puli mel - P. Unnikrishnan 
      74. Puli yeri varugindra - Unni Menon 
      75. Sabari malai vaazhum - Yesudoss 
      76. Sabarigiri vaasane  
      77. Sabari malai - P. Unnikrisnan 
      78. Sala salavendru 
      79. Saami saranam - VMD 
      80. Sandhana kaatttinile - SPB 
      81. Sandhanappoo 
      82. Saranam podunga - SPB 
      83. Saranam podu - VMD 
      84. Saranam solli paadu - SPB 
      85. Saranam - Veeramani  
      86. Sathya oli  
      87. Shenbaga poove - SPB  
      88. Sri iyyappan kavacham 
      89. Sri iyyappan Suprabhaatham 
      90. Swami iyyappa - P. Unnikrishnan 
      91. Swamiye saranam - SPB 
      92. Dhyaanaththil irundhen - VMD 
      93. Unai allaal - Yesudoss  
      94. Unnai naan - VMD  
      95. Vaanam poosai - VMD  
      96. Vaazhavaiththidum - P. Unnikrishnan 
      97. Vaiyamellaam - Yesudoss 
      98. Varaariah varaar - L.R. Easwari 
      99. Villeduththu solleduthtu - Unni Menon 
      100. Yaaththirai 
      101. Yeththavarum - Unni Menon

      Monday, August 16, 2010

      Laugh ! That is good for health

      While visiting India, George Bush invited to tea with Abdul Kalam.

      He asks Kalam, what his leadership philosophy is. 

      He says that, it is to surround himself with
      intelligent people.

      Blogger Creativity!! said...
      Excellent Joke.
      August 16, 2010 3:26 PM
      Blogger Harisankar said...
      har har har
      August 17, 2010 10:53 AM
      Blogger srini said...
      hans hans ke pet mar gaya|
      August 29, 2010 10:05 AM

      Sunday, August 15, 2010

      Independence day 2010

      If you and me want to write some thing on this Independencer day, we would not have written better than this. So I am posting this here, in case you missed this in Times of India. Do not miss to read it.

      On August 14, 2010, inside a quiet, leafy, guarded bungalow on Race Course Road, a stressed old man shifted uncomfortably on his sofa. A young man next to him offered solace.

      "You'll be fine. You've done it before. It's only the Independence Day," the young man said as he stacked sheets of paper.

      "Do i have to give a speech?" the old man said, "I hate to talk."

      "But you are the prime minister," the young man said, "And i am here, your speech-writer. Why worry?"

      The PM remained uncomfortable. He looked at his phone. No calls or messages from high command. Without direction, life was extra hard.

      The writer continued, "It's mostly school kids who attend. There is no Q&A at the end. Unfurl the flag, stand for the national anthem, take the gun salute, read the speech it is standard stuff."

      "Everyone gets a holiday on Independence Day," the PM said, "why can't i?"

      The speech-writer was speechless. He changed the topic.

      "Should we talk about the content?" the writer said, "what do you want to focus on?"

      "I don't know. What do you suggest?" the PM said. "Is there anything worth talking about?"

      The speech-writer paused to look at the PM in disbelief before he spoke again: "So much has happened. Just in the past months."

      "Like what?" the PM said.

      "Like the Bhopal verdict no real punishment."

      "Yes, but i don't have to talk about that," the PM said, "that story has died."

      "Along with the thousands," the writer mumbled.

      "What?" the PM said.

      "Nothing. How about the crazy inflation? People are truly sick of it," the writer said.

      "Really?" the PM said.

      "Really what? That there is inflation or people are sick of it?" the writer said.

      "Both i guess. I never buy anything. People do it for me. And i can't talk about inflation. It's too sensitive an issue."

      "But it affects your people," the writer said.

      "Next," the PM said.

      "Corruption? Look at the Commonwealth Games full of murkiness. Why don't you resolve to put the criminals to book."

      "Criminals who?" the PM said.

      "The politicians and officials who did it," the writer said.

      "But they are important people," the PM said.

      "They've broken the law. Isn't the law the same for everyone?" the writer said.

      "It is?" the PM said.

      The writer could only raise his eyebrows in response.

      "It can't be the same law. Have you ever seen any high-profile official in jail for corruption?" the PM said. "Any?"

      The writer shook his head.

      "I don't like to make false promises," the PM said.

      "Of course," the writer said and cleared his throat, "how about Kashmir? Violence has flared up there. Or maybe we can combine it with the Naxalite disturbance and talk about internal strife?"

      "Talk what?" the PM said, "why do people like to talk? Why?"

      "Talk to show you care," the writer said, "and talk about solving the issues, of course."

      "Is that my job?" the PM said.

      "You are the prime minister. The most powerful person in the country. You can make things happen," the writer said.

      "Stop making fun of me," the PM said, "other topics?"

      "India-Pakistan relations," the writer said.

      "I am not allowed to talk about that," the PM said.

      "Not allowed?" the writer said, confused on who could disallow the PM. The PM raised one eyebrow to the framed pictures on the wall above. The writer saw the person the PM was referring to. Both exchanged half smiles.

      "It's OK. I am used to it now," the PM said.

      The writer stretched his arms out. "I'm out of ideas. You guide me, sir. We don't have that much time."

      " General topics," the PM said, "just make it broad enough that there is no controversy. But not so boring that the guards and kids go to sleep," the PM said.

      The writer bit his upper lip to mull over the PM's suggestion.

      "Like i'll tell you," the PM explained, "talk about poverty reducing it, of course. And education. And stuff like we won't tolerate injustice and inequality. Oh, and use the word superpower a couple of times just don't mention a specific issue or put a real opinion."

      The writer nodded slowly as he absorbed the instructions.

      "OK, sir, in that case, all i have to do is look at last few years' speeches and cut-and-paste to make a new one."

      The PM's eyes opened wide as he shook his head. "Don't!" he said, using his rare loud voice, "don't do that. The TV channels catch on to the cut-and-paste. Who's that feisty TV anchor?"

      "Barkha Dutt?" the writer said.

      "Yeah, her. She'll rip it apart. Not to mention that Rajdeep Sardesai and Arnab Goswami and Deepak Chaurasia. They track all the copy-paste stuff, they'll talk non-stop about it," the PM said.

      "OK, OK, won't refer to the past speeches," the writer said.

      "No you can. Just make sure it is from speeches at least 20 years ago, before these anchors started work."

      "Oh, OK," the writer said, "the content is the same anyway. Fine sir, you'll have it in two hours."

      The writer stood up to leave. The PM escorted him to the door.

      "You are a quick learner, i wish you all the success in life," the PM said.

      "Thank you sir. I wish you...well, what can i wish you? You have everything."

      "Wish me freedom, real freedom," the PM said, looking at the writer in his eyes as the door shut between them.

      The writer is a best-selling novelist Chethan Bagat

      Friday, August 13, 2010

      Know your problem better

      click to zoomThis site is very informative, which ever diseases you click-upon (I wish you don’t have one),.... it gives you the    video explanation !!!!

      Interactive Sites on Medical Information

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          *  Upper GI Endoscopy<
          *  Surgery and Treatment Procedures
            *  Aorto-Bifemoral Bypass<
            *  Cardiac Rehabilitation<
            *  Carotid Endarterectomy<
            *  Carpal Tunnel Syndrome<
            *  Chemotherapy<
            *  Cholecystectomy - Open Laparoscopic <
      > (Gallbladder Removal Surgery)
            *  Clinical Trials<
            *  Colon Cancer Surgery<
            *  Colostomy<
            *  Coronary Artery Bypass Graft <
      > (CABG)
            *  C-Section<
            *  Dilation and Curettage <
      > (D & C)
            *  General Anesthesia<
            *  Heart Valve Replacement<
            *  Hemorrhoid Surgery<
            *  Hip Replacement<
            *  Hip Replacement - Physical Therapy<
            *  Hysterectomy<
            *  Knee Replacement<

      Contributed by Mr. Bhaskaran Sivaraman

      Blogger Neeraja said...
      Very Very useful link. Thanks mama for posting it and thanks Mr. Bhaskaran for sharing this info. Regards, Neeraja Murari
      August 14, 2010 1:16 AM
      Blogger BHASKARAN said...
      யான் பெற்ற இன்பம் இவ் வையகம் பெருக regards bhaskaran