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Who composed Bhavayami Raghuramam and it ephitomise what ? What is the Raaga and Thal ?

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Asked by anantharaman, 27 Sep '09 07:32 pm
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Maharaja Swati thirunal composed this song in raga saveri set to rupaka taal but later was re-composed in Ragamalika (different ragas for each stanza) which was popularised by the great MS. Subbulakshmi. This song is the musical form of Ramayan.
Answered by sumitha, 27 Sep '09 07:54 pm

 
  
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This is a Sanskrit composition of Maharaja Svatithirunal which epitomizing the entire story of Ramayana.this is a Ragamalika set in Rupaka tala-starting with Saveri raga and ending with Madhyamavathi.Sir in my childhood days i can't remember a morning without hearing this Kriti beautifully sung by Smt.M.S.Subbulekshmi from the nearby temple which made the mornings always cheerful and energetic.
Answered by magi, 27 Sep '09 07:53 pm

 
  
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Dear I dont know the ans for this, but on the subj, do you know that "Kurai Ondrum Illai" was composed by our Legend, Shri Rajaji?
Even now when I type this, the tears roll down from my eyes, such a lively and lovely one, is it not?
It is any time hit.
Answered by Sundar Rajan, 27 Sep '09 07:34 pm

 
  
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Bhavayami Raghuramam a soul stirring melody composed by the great ruler of Trivancore Raja Swathi Thirunal ( 16th April 1813 - 27th Dec , 1846) . It depicts the entire story of the epic Ramayana. It is in chaste Sanskrit language said to Saveri ragam and set to rupaka thalam. it was recently carved out in Ragam Raga Malika by semmankgudi Srinivasa Bhagwathar . This is the version most of the people now a days sings . The great musician , the legend , M.S.Subhalakshmi, the disciple of Semmangudi is to sing this soulful composition in raga malika only. it was one of her favourite composition and she always sing with cherish.
Answered by Gopal, 29 Sep '09 04:26 pm

 
  
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