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Monday, February 28, 2011

Engirundho Vandhaan - Padikkaadha medhai

Listen to this Tamil song also

Chahunga Main Tujhe - Dosti

This was my another favourite. Somehow, today I was in my nostalgic mood


This was my favourite song , in my end of teen, since, I was living away from my mother. I searched  for the original video and I was not able to get it. Yet you can hear the original song.

Blogger BHASKARAN19 said...
Here is the orginal link
February 28, 2011 9:07 PM
Blogger hvaidya said...
Thanks Mr. Bhaskaran. Thanks a lot
February 28, 2011 9:11 PM
Anonymous Anonymous said...
Dear Sir Sri Vaithinathan Hariharan Us Ko Nahi Deka --Yeh Maa Yeh Maa The two take your heart out when they sing Yeh Maa, Yeh Maa Kannadasn on Mother: Entha Mathil Paasam Undo Antha Maname Amma Amma. So the Sir is our Ma. With warm regards ravi
February 28, 2011 10:14 PM

Mohabbat ki jhoote

God! what a sad soothing voice!

Blogger BHASKARAN19 said...
Music has no language barrier, and no matter where you are born, these are everlasting numbers, thank you for postings and we look forward to more like this
February 28, 2011 8:36 PM

Yeh zindagi - Anarkali

thank Ms.Seetha H
Anonymous Anonymous said...
Dear Sir Sri Vaithinathan Hariharan What a pleasant way to share the nostalgic mood of the Sir. Yeh Zindaki--Anarkali, Mohabat Ki Jooti--Mohale Azam. In Tamil they are En Sinthai Noyum Theerumo, Kanavu Kanda Kathal. Both by P.Suseela. The original by Latha scores a bit over PS. Loveliest songs. Again Mannadey and Mahendra Kapoor. What a song. I do not know the full meaning of the lyric but I can understand the spirit. Yes, Music has no barriers, particularly language. At this moment I am remembered of the song taht is sung by a female artist, mostly Latha in which Dilip Kumar watches the singing and a tribal girl dancing with so many water pots or utensils placed on her head, one over the other. If it is available please upload. I also want to hear Maduri Mani Iyer singing Rama Bhakta Sam Rajyam. With warm regards ravi
February 28, 2011 10:02 PM