Sunday, March 22, 2009

Amma Bhajan - Muraleedhara Gopaala Mukunda

Amma Bhajan - Maa Naam Bhole

Amma Bhajan - Sarvavyaapiye

Mata Amritanandamayi Devi Short Bio

Text is from & nowhere else. Song by Amma, "Ichamayi", can be found on the "Amma Sings at Home - Amritapuri Bhajans Vol. 3" CD. All Amma pictures are copyrighted MA Center...
Text is from & nowhere else.
Song by Amma, "Ichamayi", can be found on the "Amma Sings at Home - Amritapuri Bhajans Vol. 3" CD.

All Amma pictures are copyrighted MA Center. I do not own any other picture from this video, No copyright infringement intended.

This video is offered at the Lotus Feet of Satguru Mata Amritanandamayi Devi.
Jai Ma!

Mridangam BY BALAKRISHNA KAMATH and Tabala BY MAHESH MONY Taniyavartanam


Prince Rama Varma at Madras in December 2007

Brilliant rendition of the powerful song on Devi by Dr.M.Balamuralikrishna in Raga Lavangi, which has just four notes Sa, Ri, Ma and Dha, sung by Prince Rama Varma.
He sings a few charming rounds of swarams too afterwards.

Mridangam - Shri Mannargudi Easwaran

Concluding part of the brilliant mridangam solo by Shri Mannargudi Easwaran during his concert with Prince Rama Varma at Madras in December 2007.

Thursday, March 12, 2009



Njeralathu harigovindan -idakka fame(devasuram).

Njeralathu harigovind is a famous 'ashtapathi kachery' singer.He is the son of Njeralathu Ramapothuvaal.He has sung the famous song 'Vande mukuntha hare' in the movie 'Devasuram' starring Superstar Mohanlal..

Idakka,Edakka,Sopanasangeetham,Ratheesh Thrikakkara

Akhil Krishnan on Idakka 02 Mar 2008

Akhil Krishnan on Idakka 02 Mar 2008, Raga Ratnam Junior competition Amrita TV

Amrita TV Super Talent - Nandakumar playing Idakka

Amrita TV Super Talent - Nandakumar from Irinjalakuda, Thrissur playing Idakka

Contact :: P. Nandakumar
Geethanjali, West Nada Street
680 121 Irinjalakuda
Trichur District, Kerala, India

Tel. +91 (0)480 2828080
Mobile +91 (0)94473 50780


Mridanga Mela by Korambu Mridanga Kalari

Mridanga Mela by Korambu Mridanga Kalari

Mridangamela ( Mridangam Symphony) is the result of the innovative mind aesthetic sense in the mastro korambu subramaninan Nambootiri.

Korambu Mridanga Kalari was founded by Sri Korambu Subramanyan Namboodiri in the year 1980. The founders of this institution are also compemplating establishing centers in European countries taking advantage of the available information Technology and internet facilities. Korambu Subramayan Namboothiri started the art form Mridangamela which is the masterpiece of Korambu Mridanga Kalari. The institution targets cultivating the potential of the students to perform kacheri and do the pakkamelam to the classical dance like Bharathanatyam through one year coursed. By performing the mridangamela students develop qualities like self-confidents, self-respect etc. The main feature of KMK is to develop young students to perform stage Programmes.Sri Vikraman Namboodiri, son and gifted disciple of Subramanyan Namboodiri is the present Director and chief instructor of the kalari.

Korambu Mridanga Kalari is now started online Mridanga classes. The aim of this online mridanga class is to popularise. The art form “Mridangamela” which is a master piece of Kurumba Mridanga Kalari.

Goulren Appepry (france) Fabienne Joubaud (france) visited Korambu Mridanga Kalari,Irinjalakuda


The Director
Vikraman Namboodiri
Korambu Mridanga Kalari
Nada, Irinjalakuda, Thrissur District, Kerala State INDIA PIN: 680121

Mob: +91 9349855088
+91 9249122037( 0ffice) 0480 2833857



Dubai : 00971 557758718 - Preethi Sathesh

Sunday, March 8, 2009

K P Jayan singing in Arabic for Indo Arab Cultural Festival closing ceremony at KSC Abu Dhabi

Excerpts about various news articles on Mr. K P Jayan:

Indian expat to sing Arabic songs
By Barbara Bibbo / GULF NEWS(published 2002)

The Arabic musical world boasts hundreds of singers from different nationalities, but all from Arab countries. The exception is K.P. Jayan, an Indian living in Dubai, who is probably the first non-Arab to sing in Arabic.

The Back-2-School Surprises Organising Committee has given Jayan a chance to sing for the first time in front of a UAE audience during the weeklong programme.

Jayan made his debut yesterday evening at the BurJuman Centre where the crowds at the mall listened amazed at the Indian singing in Arabic.

Today, he will perform at the Oasis Centre at 7.30 pm and later the same day at BurJuman and Al Mazaya centres. His repertoire includes songs by the most popular Arabic singers such as Nabil Shail, Mohammed Abdouh, Amr Diab, Hisham Abbas and many others.

Jayan's love of Arabic music started when he heard 'Rahalti', the refrain of a song by the Kuwaiti singer, Abdallah Ruwaishi. At that time he was living in Bahrain and was a singer of classical Indian and Western music.

So deeply impressed was he by "Rahalti" that he started to listen to Arabic music and to repeat the sounds and words that he heard on tapes and over the radio. He directed all his passion and vocal abilities towards Arabic music.

He sang in Arabic for the first time on the occasion of Bahrain National Day and was praised for his voice and singing abilities.

"It was my debut in Arabic and I was terribly sad. Even though the public appreciated the performance, somebody noticed that my pronunciation was not good. So I promised myself that I would learn the correct accent and I did not sing again until I had learned how to pronounce all the words properly."

Jayan has been living in Dubai with his family since 1993 and works as a marketing executive in a Dubai-based company.

So far, he has performed in Bahrain and Qatar, where he has been appreciated and admired for his singing and his love of the Arabic musical heritage.

"I have received important support from UAE national friends, who have helped me improve my language and my pronunciation. Their generosity has supported me throughout the years and nowadays I prefer to sing in Arabic rather than in my mother tongue, Malayalam."

Jayan is currently recording his own album with original Arabic songs written and composed in cooperation with his national friends.

"I dedicate all my spare time to Arabic music and I dream of becoming a full-time singer and holding concerts all over the Arab countries," he revealed.

Jayan, who now speaks Arabic fluently, takes part in a radio programme on Asianet, giving lessons in Arabic, Indian and Western classical music.

"I love music and spend all my spare time on it together with my son. My son is a percussionist and my daughter a singer. She is performing with me this week."

His 12-year-old son, Tulsi, who is learning Arabic, supports his father by singing with him in Arabic and helping him realise his dream and turn these into reality.

Khaled Chaabi, from the Back-2-School Organising Committee, noted: "His debut is going to be a real success. This is the first time we are listening to an expatriate singing in Arabic. The public will love him. "

An Arabic singer from Kerala
Staff Reporter /THE HINDU April 2006

Kozhikode: A Dubai-based Arabic singer, K.P. Jayan, and his daughter Tulasi, who performs along with her father, have been accorded a reception at their native village, Chombal, at Vadakara in Kozhikode district. The programme was organised by Gopi Arts and Sports Club, in connection with Chombal Mahotsavam, on Saturday.

The father and daughter performed in a concert on the occasion.

The lyricist Kaithapram Damodaran Namboodiri and the playback singers Gayatri, Rajesh and Vijay participated.

Jayan has been living in Dubai since 1993 and works as managing director of a company there. Said to be the first Keralite to sing Arabic songs,

Mr. Jayan is a familiar face to Arabs and non-Resident Indians in the Gulf nations. His style and pronunciation are so natural that he will be mistaken as an original Arabic singer, says T.P. Devaraj of Chombal.

Jayan's love for Arabic music started when he listened to a song, Rahalti, sung by a Kuwaiti singer, Abdulla Ruwaishi. At that time, he was staying in Bahrain. He then started to listen to Arabic music on the tape recorder and the local radio.

Mr. Jayan staged his maiden performance on Bahrain National Day. He sang one of his favourite Arabic songs, Awafi, sung by K.J. Jesudas.

However to his dismay, an Arab who was present among the audience later told him that his pronunciation was wrong.

The incident became the turning point in his career. Gradually he learned to master Arabic songs.

Nowadays, even Arabs, after hearing him sing, disbelieve that he is not an Arab. Mr. Jayan learned music from Mathoor Hariharan Aiyer and Harippad K.P.N. Pillai.

Any music lover who wish to contact Mr. K P Jayan may write to him at

Friday, March 6, 2009

Amma's Pada Puja

Amma's Pada Puja at Amritapuri on the occation of the 25th Marriage Anniversary of Prof.Shivaram and Smt.Yogini Shivaram - 13th Nov 2006

Veena - Behag/Ragamalika Thaanam by Prince Rama Varma

Prince Rama Varma continues his veena recital during the Swathi Sangeethotsavam 2009 with an elaborate Thaanam in Ragamalika. Here we have him play South Indian Behag followed by a mix of Kapi and Mishra Pilu, where he mischievously weaves in a line from the famousTocatta and Fugue by Johann Sebastian Bach and continues innocently as though nothing happened :)

Mata Amritanandamayi Bhajans - Ullil thulumbunna mantram

AMMA's Speech - Vishwa Matrutva Dinam

Mata Amritanandamayi Bhajans - AMMA

Sai Bhajans by Jaidev

Myself Jaidev(joy).A Bhazan& Ghazal artist,Composer,Vocal Trainer and have done many performance for last one and a half decade.Sai Baba is a sadguru of me and he is with me always.This is one of my own composition of lord Rama if you like that please respond if u think i m capable of giving concert or program then contact me: post me at B - 1509,Indiranagar,Lucknow-16,India or call me :+91 - 9935961153MY ORKUT ACCOUNT IS :- saijaidev

Priya Sisters -Sai Bhajan

Sathya Sai Baba - Sai Bhajans

Bhajans sung in Sathya Sai Baba's presence. An adaptation from the original video production of Prashanti Digital Studio, Prashanti Nilayam. Visit : http://saidivineinspiration...

Lakshmi Beej Mantra

This is a very beautiful rendition of the Lakshmi beej mantra.Hope you enjoy it and please feel free to leave your comments.Lakshmi Mata blessings to all and ENJOY!

Sarasvati Beej Mantra

This is a very beautiful rendition of the Sarasvati beej mantra.Hope you enjoy it and please feel free to leave your comments.Sarasvati Mata blessings to all and ENJOY!Lyrics: OM SHREEM HREEM SARASWATYAI NAMAHASyllable Meanings:OM: Divine RealitySHREEM: for material prosperityHREEM: for becoming a leader and fulfilling desires for powerSARASWATYAI: Saraswati MataNAMAHA: we bow/ show reverence.

Radhey Radhey Bol Shyam

An evergreen kirtan from Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj, rendered soulfully by Swami Mukundananda

Hari Ram chant - Hare Rama Hare Krishna

A Divine breeze permeated the entire brahmand on the Sharat Poornima night of October, 1922, when Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj appeared in Mangarh village (near Allahabad, India) in a most respectable brahman family. From the very first day he delighted the hearts of everyone around him with his sweet smile and serene look. Kripaluji Maharaj is lovingly called Maharajji by his devotees. While showering Braj ras all the time, Shree Maharajji has produced immense devotional literature and material: songs, kirtans, couplets etc. Shree Maharajji has also delivered thousands of enthralling discourses which reveal the authentic Divine knowledge of the path to God. His speeches are on TV daily in India as well as in the USA.

Vibrative Rhythms- Mridangam Maestro T S Nandakumar

"Vibrative Rhythms" A new release from Mridangam Maestro T S Nandakumar. This CD offers a glimpse into the concept of one man percussion ensemble. Guru Nandakumar performs on the Mridangam, Tavil, Kanjira, Morsing and the Ghatam. The CD offers 11 tracks showcasing a unique blend between Carnatic Classical, Hindustani and Western music. Drop a line in the comments section to obtain a copy of this CD.

KK at Global Village Hum Dil de chuke Sanam

Pal yeh hain pyar ke pal KK at Global Village

Indian Classics - keyboardsathya - pothigai - part 1

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Dr.M.Balamuralikrishna and Prince Rama Varma (Narayana)

Dr.M.Balamuralikrishna and Prince Rama Varma, accompanied on the violin by Shri S.Varadarajan and on the mridangam by Shri B.Harikumar, sing the celebrated Annamacharya composition tuned by Dr.Balamuralikrishnain South Indian Behag :- Narayana They Namo Namo.

Amrtia TV - Super Star Junior 2 - Shahafaz Ibi

Amrita TV Super Star Junior 2 - Anakha in Ghazal round

Amrita TV Super Star Junior 2 - Anver in Gazal round