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Sunday, April 30, 2006

னகுமோமு கனலேனி --- தியாகராஜர் பாடல்



ராகம் --- அபேரி
பாடியவர் --- எம்.எஸ்.சுப்புலக்ஷ்மி மற்றும் ராதா விஸ்வனாதன்
இயற்றியவர் --- தியாகராஜர்

இந்த பாடல் அபேரி ராகத்தில் தான் முன்பு பாடப்பட்டது.முசிரி சுப்பிரமணிய ஐயர் இதைக் கர்னாடக தேவகாந்தாரியில் பாடி பிரபலப் படுத்தினார். எம்.எஸ்.சுப்புலக்ஷ்மி பாடுவதும் கர்னாடக தேவகாந்தாரியில் தான்.

பாடல் வரிகளைக் காண , இங்கே சொடுக்கவும்


பாடலைக் கேட்க , இங்கே சொடுக்கவும்

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  • Word to Word Meaning
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    shrI raghuvara – O scion of Raghu’s race
    dElisi – having come to know of
    nA jAli – my distress
    ganalEni – at not seeing
    nI nagumOmu – your smiling face
    rAda- can you not
    brOva – protect
    nanu – me?

    nagarAjadhara – O one who lifted the mountain
    nIdu parivArulu Ella – All those in your train
    gArE – are not ones to
    jEsEvAralu – to all give
    OgibOdhana –ill advice

    uNDadura – it cannot be
    ATulu – that way

    lEDO – could not
    khagarAju – Garuda
    vini – on hearing
    nI yAnati – your orders
    vEga – come with speed
    nADO – did he say
    Ani – that
    gaganAniki – from heaven
    Ilaku – to earth
    vahudUrambu – is a great distance
    jagamu ElE – O protector of the Universe
    paramAtma – supreme being
    EvaritO – to whom should I
    mOraliDudu – take my tale of woe
    tALanu – I cannot bear
    vagajUpaku – your illusory tactics
    ElukOrA – protect
    nannu – me
    tyAgarAja nuta – O one worshipped by Tyagaraja

    Meaning:

    Having come to know of my distress at not being able to see your smiling face, should you not protect me? O scion of Raghu’s race!

    O one who carried the mountain! Your assistants are not of the type to give you false advice! No it cannot be! (Having come to know of my distress at not being able to see your smiling face, should you not protect me?)

    Has Garuda on coming to know of your desire to give me darshan complained that the distance from the heavens to the earth is too much? O supreme being, protector of the universe! To whom should I turn now? I cannot bear your illusory tactics! O object of Tyagaraja’s worship, protect me! (Having come to know of my distress at not being able to see your smiling face, should you not protect me?)

    By Blogger Nadopasana, at April 30, 2006 11:15 PM  

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