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Panchadashi Lesson – F0552: Role of Knowledge
One should work for dispassion, equanimity and the knowledge simultaneously since the completeness of all the three determines the quality of Joyful Living.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0551: Gaining Right Knowledge
Right knowledge is gained by Inquiring and Introspecting the knowledge provided by the Scriptures.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0550: Enhancing Equanimity
The level of Joyful Living is determined by the level of equanimity achieved.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0549: Enablers of Equanimity
During meditation we train our mind to stay on a single thought. With effort it is possible to maintain the mind without any thoughts.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0548: Explaining Equanimity
Following a daily routine and not allowing the mind to function the way it wants is an essential requirement to progress on equanimity.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0547: Dispassion Vs Desire
Desire for enjoying the worldly pleasure is an obstacle to develop dispassion.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0546: Developing Dispassion
Developing complete dispassion is possible only if complete Right Knowledge is gained.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0545: Defining Dispassion
The cause or origin of dispassion is to see the inability of the worldly objects to provide lasting happiness.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0544: Three Building Blocks
The transition from ignorance to enlightenment seems to be a difficult if not an impossible task.

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Santhana Gopala Stotranjali
1. Yajur Veda Mantrani 2.Sri Santana Gopla Mantrani 3. Sri Santana Gopla Stotram (Putra Shatakam) 4. Sri Krishna Bhajana Shatakam 5. Sri Yadunatha Gadyam 6. Sri Yadavashtakam 7. Sri Gopala Stavarajam 8. Sri Gopala Kavacham 9. Sri Gopala Vimshatihi ** In India, inheritance is patrilineal and hence every family wishes to have at least one child so that the clan / family continues. While modern techniques are advanced in the field of medicine to beget a child, the Mantra therapy also satisfies yearning parents to achieve their goal. ** There is a belief that the repeated hearing of the mantras and stotras of Lord Santhana Gopala bear the fruit of progeny help the fetus to sustain, protect the fetus and cures the diseases and disorders in the female reproductive system. When the pregnant, to be mother hears these slokas, it not only calms the brain and strengthens the child in the womb but also improves the quality of the gene. ** Rendered by Maalola Kannan.

Bhakti Manjari – 13 Forms of Bhakti – TM Krishna [3 CDs]
1. Slokam – Mayamalava Goulai 2. Sravanam – Rama Katha – Madhyamavati – Adi – Tyagaraja 3. Vandanam – Vande Deva Deva – Begada – Rupakam – Swati Thirunal 4. Atma Nivedanam – Mayamma Yani – Ahiri – Adi – Syama Sastri 5. Kirtanam – Intakannananda – Bilahari – Rupakam – Tyagaraja 6. Smaranam – Arunachala Natham – Saranga – Rupakam – Muthuswami Dikshitar 7. Sakhyam – Virutham – Ragamalika – Subrahmanya Bharathi 8. Paada Sevanam – Sri Rama Paadamaa – Amritavahini – Adi – Tyagaraja 9. Archanam – Tulasi Bilva – Kedara Goulai – Adi – Thyagaraja 10. Vatsalyam – Jagadoddharana – Kapi – Adi – Purandara Dasa 11. Kantha Asakthi – Srungaram – Kuvalayakshiro – Goulipantu – Misra Chapu – Kshetranjar 12. Viraha Asakthi (Separation) – Vadasiyati Mukhari – Khanda Chapu – Jeyadeva 13. Dasyam – Varugalamo – Manji – Misra Chapu – Gopalakrishna Bharati 14. Thanmaya Asakthi – Virutham – Ragamalika – Thayumanavar.

Brindavanam – Madrasil Margazhi 2007 – Aruna Sairam [2 CDs]
Sambho Mahadeva – Bhupalam – Rupakam – Neelakanta Sivan, Brovabaramma – Bahudari – Adi – Thyagaraja, Amba Nannu Brova – Todi – Desadi – Anai Ayya, Nada Tanu Manisam – Chittharanjani – Adi – Thyagaraja, Meenakshi Memudam – Purvi Kalyani – Adi – Muthuswami Dikshitar, Nekkurugi – Abhogi – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Saravana Bhava – Pasupathi Priya – Adi – Muthiah Bhagavatar, Rakshabettare – Bhairavi – Adi – Thyagaraja, Suttum Vizhichudar – Ragamalika – Adi (Tisara Nadai) – Sybramanya Bharathi, Brindavanam – Kurinji – Adi – Uthukkadu Venkata Kavi, Amritahuni (Abhang) – Abheri – Adi – Namdev, Srinivasa Kavacham Slokam – Ramamoorthy Rao followed by Ezhumalai – Manirangu – Ekam – Lakshmi Ramaswami and Mangalam.

Saravanabhava – Ranjani-Gayatri
Saravana Bhava Moola Mantram followed by Saravana Bhava – Revagupti – Rupakam – Muthuswamy Dikshitar, Saravana Bhava – Sahana – Adi – Tanjavur Sankara Iyer, Saravana Bhava – Kannada – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Swaminatha Swami Mani Maalai followed by Kumara Gurupara Swamigal – Karahara Priya – Purvi Kalyani – Todi, Tanigai Valar – Thodi – Kanda Chapu – Papanasam Sivan, Saravana Bhava – Pasupathi Priya – Adi – Muthiah Bhagavathar, Saravana Bhava – Madhyamavati – Adi (2 Kalai) – Papanasam Sivan, Saravana Bhava – Shanmukha Priya – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Sriguruguha – Devakriya – Rupakam – Muthuswamy Dikshitar and Saravana Bhava – Ragamalika – Adi – Arunagirinathar.

Shanmatham – Aruna Sairam
Adithya Hrudayam – Bhupalam Bilahari followed by Sooryamoorthe – Sourashtram – Dhruvam – Muthuswamy Dikshitar, Umamaheswara Stotram followed by Ardhanareeswaram – Kumudhakriya – Rupakam – Muthuswamy Dikshitar, Tandavam Purindal followed by Anandha Natanam – Kamboji – Adi – Suddhananda Bharathi, Mukunda Mala – Kulasekhara Azhwar followed by Narayana – Suddha Dhanyasi – Kanda Chapu – Purandaradasa, Om Gam Ganapathe (Abhang) – Ragamalika – Ekam, Thanikachala Pancharatnam – Shanmugapriya Sahana followed by Saveri and Azhagiya Mayilil – Ananda – Adi – Madurai Somu.

Aarupadai – Aruna Sairam
Bhairavi – Ragam Tanam Pallavi – Adi – Murugane Guhane Unadhu Paadham Thunaye Ye Vadivelane Valli Manavalane – Swara Sahithyam, Thiruparankundram -Sunadavinodhini, Thiruchendur – Atana, Swami Malai – Ranjani, Pazhani – Darbari Kaanada, Thiruthani – Senchurutti and Pazhamudhircholai – Abheri. Sung by Aruna Sairam.

Brahmanandam – Bombay Jayashri
Edhayya Gathi – Chalanattai – Adi – Koteeswara Iyer, Sri Satyanarayanam – Subha Pantuvarali – Rupakam – Muthuswamy Dikshitar, Chittam Iranga – Sahana – Misra Chapu – Papanasam Sivan, Poonkuyil Koovum – Kapi – Adi – Kalki Krishnamurthy, Viruttam Pallandu – Kalyani – Periazhwar followed by Ambaramae – Kalyani – Khanda Chapu – Andal, Manasa Sancharare – Sama – Adi – Sadasiva Brahmendra, Irakkam Varamal – Behag – Rupakam – Gopalakrishna Bharati, Sivaganga Nagara – Punnaga Varali – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Thunbam Nergayil – Desh – Adi – Bharathi Dasan, Hari Thum – Darbari Kanada – Ekam – Meera, Theeratha Vilayattu – Ragamalika – Khanda Chapu – Subramanya Bharathi, Jagadho Dharana – Pilu – Adi – Purandara Dasa and Thillana – Revathi – Misra Chapu – Lalgudi Jayaraman.

Un Thiruvadi Charanam – Ranjani-Gayatri [3 CDs]
A Live Concert Recording of Krithis on Lord Shiva: Siva Stuti Slokam – Shankarabharanam – Adi Sankara, Naadha Thanumanisham – Chittaranjani – Adi – Thyagaraja, Paramaanandha – Kedaram – Adi – Swathi Thirunal, Siva Siva – Pantuvarali – Adi – Thyagaraja, Navasiddhi Petralum – Karaharapriya – Misra Chapu – Neelakanta Sivan, Maragatha Lingam – Vasantha – Adi – Muthuswami Dikshitar, Anandha Natesa – Thodi – Rupakam – Ramaswamy Sivan, Karpaga Manohara – Malaya Marutham – Kanda Chapu – Papanasam Sivan, Thiruvadi Charanam – Kambodhi – Adi – Gopalakrishna Bharathi, Viruttham (Periya Puranam) – Simhendra Madhyamam, Saveri – Khamas – Sekkizhar Thevaram – Tani Tiru Tandagam, Theruvadheppo – Khamas – Adi – Neelakanta Sivan, Andavan Dharisaname – Jonpuri – Adi – Muthiah Bhagavathar, Kaalai Thooki – Yadhukula Kambodhi – Adi – Marimutha Pillai, Shankara Shri – Sohini – Adi – Swati Thirunal, Thillana – Rageshri – Adi – Lalgudi Jayaraman and Pavamana (Mangalam) – Sourashtram – Adi – Thyagaraja.

Paramanandam – Ranjani-Gayatri
Thumani Madathu – Hameer Kalyani – Adi – Andal, Sri Valli Devasena Pathe – Natabhairavi – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Hiranmayeem – Lalitha – Rupakam – Muthuswami Dikshitar, Bhavayami – Yamuna Kalyani – Kandachappu – Annamacharya, Rangapura Vihara – Brindavana Saranga – Rupakam – Muthuswami Dikshitar, Viruttam – Kamboji Suddha Dhanyasi – Behag – Arunagirinathar, Muruganin Marupeyar – Behag – Kandachappu – Guru Surajananda, Yeppo Varuvaro – Jonpuri – Adi – Gopalakrishna Bharathi, Payoji Maine – Mishra Pahadi – Ekam – Meera Bhajan, Yeppadi Padinaro – Karnataka Devagandhari – Adi – Suddhananda Bharathi, Villinai Ottha – Kavadi Chindhu – Ekam (Tisram) – Subramanya Bharathi and Shobane – Panthuvarali – Rupakam – Thyagaraja.

Ayyappan Thandavam
Ae Varanda Vettakaran – Dhakshinamoorthy P., Thandavam Iyan – Madhu Balakrishnan, Iyane Pon Iyane – Josh Sagar, Athikalai Velai – Madhu Balakrishnan, Muntru – Kalidh, Thenae Thinai Mavae – Kumar B. Iyer, Vanthathu Kaarthikai – T. L. Maharajan, Irumudi – Pushpavanam K. Kuppuswami, Malayil Yerum – T. L. Maharajan, Kannimoola Ganapathiye – Veeramani S. Raju, Santhanam Manakkum – T. L. Maharajan, Kodi Janam – Krishnaraj, Panthalathu – T. L. Maharajan and Pamba Nadhi – Veeramani S. Raju.

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Venkatesa Stotram
Powerful prayer addressed to Lord Venkateswara. This is composed by sage Padmanabha. This is supposed to occur in Skanda Purana.

Guru Devashtakam
I salute the lotus like feet of the Guru, who saves people who are being burnt in the forest fire of Samasra (domestic life), who is the rich cloud which showers mercy and who is the sea of endless auspicious qualities.

Shivakama Sundari Ashtakam
Shivakama Sundari is the Goddess Presiding besides Lord Nataraja in Chidambaram temple.

Sarpa Baadhaa Nivruthi Sloka
Here is a powerful prayer to get rid of the fear or problems created by snakes.

Pottri Thiru Agaval
When the four faced Brahma and other devas were saluting him, Lord Vishnu measured the entire world with his two steps and this made the sages in all four directions enthralled and worship Him with a shining crown, but he himself tried to find out the feet and head of Lord Shiva.

Lalita Sthava Raja
Victory to Goddess who is the mother of universe, Victory to Goddess who is more divine than divinity.

Kamalambika Ashtakam
Kamalambika is the presiding Goddess in the temple of Thiruvarur of Thanjavur district.

Kalika Ashtakam
Here is a prayer addressed to the fierce form of Goddess Parvathi called Kali. She is supposed to live in the cremation ground and wears a garland of cut heads. There is a reference to her birth in the Devi Mahathmyam (Chandi). When Raktha Bheeja, the commander of Shumbha and Nishumba comes to oppose Parvathi, she creates Kali.

Hari Keerthanam [Malayalam]
Here is the entire story of Lord Krishna in the form of prayer written in simple Malayalam, which is daily sung by many in Kerala.

Ghora Kashtodhra Storam
Here is great prayer meant to destroy severe sufferings addressed to Lord Dattatreya written by a great Maharashtrian saint Thembe Swami Maharaj.

Shiva Stotram – Asitha Krutha
This is one of those rare stotras that promises marriage to a man who is not married.

Aparadha Ashtakam
This great prayer is taken from Halasya Purana. Shiva took incarnation as Sundareswara Pandyan and ruled over Madurai of Tamil Nadu. Halasya puranam deals with these incarnations and sports that Lord Shiva played in Madhurai.

Saraswati Stotram – Agasthya
I salute Goddess Saraswathi who grants blessings and takes forms that she wants, I am starting my education, please always let me succeed in this my venture.

Vanthathellaam Varattum
Let anything which is to come, come. Let only the grace of Lord Subrahmanya only be there.

Vatapi Ganapathiye
I surrender to your holy feet, Oh Ganapathi of Vatapi.

Paramukam Yen Ayya
Who gives the boon of no birth in this world, Oh Lord Shiva, worshiped by Ramadasa.

Naan Oru Vilayattu Bommaiya
Am I a toy for playing to you? Oh Goddess, Oh Uma, am I to you ?

Kaa Vaa Vaa Kandhaa Vaa Vaa
Save, come, come, Subrahmanya, come, come, Save me, come, come, Six faced one, come, come, Muruga who sits on the great mountain of Pazhani, come, come.

Enna Thavam Seiithanayo Yashoda
What great penance you did, Yasoda, to make the divine God who is everywhere, call you as mother, what penance you did?

Easane Indha
Oh God, why this delay to show pity on this poor man as you are one who sees everyone equally.

Durga Lakshmi Saraswathi
Oh mind, bow at the feet of Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi.

Alavillaye Neelayathakshi
It cannot be measured, Oh goddess with blue lotus like eyes, the wilting of mind of this slave is the sorrow undergone not sufficient.

Thamarai Pootha Thadagamadi
This is the lake of the lotus flowers of wisdom from that the honey of pure Tamil is ebbing out.

Kanda Naal Muthal
From the day I saw the son of Lord Shiva, who is merciful and holds the Vel, my love for him is ebbing out.

Eppadi Padinaaro
Oh Lord Shiva, I wanted to sing about you, the same way that your devotees sang about you.

Thaye Tripurasundari
Oh Mother Tripurasundari, Oh great goddess Uma, Oh black one, Oh pretty one, I surrender at your feet.

Punniyam Oru Kodi
Have I done billions of good deeds, for getting the blessings of Kamakoti Acharya, whom I respect.

Pazhani Nindra
Oh God with Vel of the south Pazhani, Oh god who stood as the lighted lamp in my mind forever, Oh teacher of Lord Shiva who wanders in my mind.

Nee Ninaindhal
Is there anything that cannot be done when you want it, Oh Maha Lakshmi, who has lotus like eyes.

Muruga Muruga Endraal
If I call Muruga, Muruga, would not your mind melt. If I call you, please come, come, wont you come along with mercy.

Gana Nathane
Oh chief of Ganas oh giver of good, Oh big elephant faced one, you are my only support.

Yesuvai Pol Oru
Oh friend tell me are there any one, Who is as pure as Jesus.

Yaradi Indha
Who is the man who created tantrums outside our gate, Oh Friend, Please find out his native place and his name and tell me.

Velanai Vara Solladi
Oh my friend, Ask Lord Muruga to come, He will be riding on a great peacock in the garden.

Samiyai Vara Cholladi
Oh friend, please request the God to come, the God who is praised in land of Muruga, Who is the lad who makes Goddess Shivakami happy.

Samiyai Azhaithu Vaa
Go and bring my God, Oh friend, His great moon like face is shining like embers.

Sakhiye Indha Jalam
He lives in the hill where God holds the conch, He is my friend who removes accumulated karma.

Meenakshi Thaaye
Mother Meenakshi shower your grace, Daughter of Malayadwaja, Oh Goddess of Madurai.

Kandhan Yenakke Sondamadi
Oh friend, kandhan is only mine, He is the son of most merciful Shivakami.

Aayiram Gopiyargalodu
The joyful Krishna who dances and plays with thousands and thousands of Gopis.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0443: Enquiry – Summary
At the end of the enquiry, it should be realized that it is not possible to answer any question completely.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0442: Length of Enquiry
If we understand the joyful nature of the enquiry process, we will not enquire on the required length of time.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0441: Result of Enquiry
We experience the observer to be constant, changeless and ever-present. That is the only reality, self. Everything else is an illusion.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0440: Reality of Self
The definition of truth is that which is present at all three times, past, present and future. Nothing other than Self can come under this definition.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0439: Oneness of Self
All of us are one and we are the all ONE.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0438: Omnipotent Vs Omni Prevalence
GOD is said to be Omnipotent because he has complete control over everything.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0437: Omni Prevalent GOD
Everything in the universe is controlled by GOD and nothing in the universe functions without the will and acceptance of the GOD.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0436: Magic and Miracles
The ultimate proof that GOD is Omnipotent is the existence of the universe.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0435: Enquiry on ONE
I am the experiencer and therefore I am the ONE.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0434: EGO Self ONE
We are all same ONE but due to our ignorance we assume that we function independently without the support of ONE.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0433: GOD and ONE
GOD comes into existence along with the manifestation of the universe.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0432: Nature of GOD
GOD is described in the Scriptures as Omnipotent, Omniprevalent, Omniscient and Omnipresent.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0431: Nature of GOD
Both GOD and Living beings are the reflections of the ONE.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0430: Enquiry on God
There is nothing but GOD.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0428: Role of Discrimination
One must have a strong sense of discrimination in order to analyze the apparently contradicting evidences and come to a single conclusion.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0429: Inexplicability of Universe
There are many serious scientific investigations being conducted in varied fields to find the ultimate cause for everything.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0427: Self and Universe
Based on the enquiry conducted it is clear that the entire universe as just a name and form without any substance.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0426: Inanimate Objects
All the objects in the creation are just names and forms. In reality, they do not exist at all.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0425: Nature of Problems
On deep enquiry, we find that our problems do not exist at all.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0424: Nature of Universe
The universe is just like the non-existing snake, which appears to be very real to most human beings.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0423: Direct Knowledge
The knowledge that our absolute real self will not be hurt by the relative reality, can only reduce or eliminate the fear in our mind, depending on how well we have trained our mind.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0422: Enquiry on Self
We need to discriminate between the knowledge given by the five senses and the knowledge given by the Scriptures and determine which one is superior.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0421: Existence of Universe
Scriptures declare that the universe is an illusion and ONE is the only reality that supports this illusion.

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Bharata Natyam Songs – Vishwashanthi – Part-3 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Vishwashanthi – Vol. 10 to 12 and 14: Aalokaye – Senjurutti – Adi (Thisram), Aakasalingam – Ragamalika – Thalamalika, Mella Mellane – Ragamalika – Adi (Thisram), Thillana – Revathi – Adi, Shyamu Thori – Sivaranjani – Ekam, Alarippu – Nattakurunji – Thisram, Yarada – Atana, Priya Radhe, Jaya Janaki – Ragamalika – Thalamalika, Sudha Nritham – Ragamalika – Adi, Thillana – Hindolam – Adi, Mangalam, Maha Ganapathim – Nata – Adi, Vishamakara – Kapi – Adi, Hari Bolo – Behag – M Chapu, Mathuranagarilo – Anandabhairavi – Adi, Lagelataku, Virutham – Revathi, Krishnam Bhaje – Venkata Ramanujam, Aliveni – Kurunji – M Chapu, Munnam – Sivaranjani – Adi, Ekmurthi (Abhang) – Mand – Adi, Thirumandiram – Madhyamavathi – Adi, Nandeesha – Nata – Khanda Gathi, Ujjayini – Kalyani – Adi, Jathiswaram – Saraswathi – Rupakam, Thalayence – Panthuvarali – Rupakam, Thotu Thotu – Thilang – Adi, Aigiri Nandini – Punnagavarali – Adi, Arivenayya (Padam) – Atana – Rupakam, Chinnnanchiru – Ragamalika – Thisram and Payumoli – Ragamalika – Thisram. ** Nattuvangam and Vocal: Guru V. Krishnamoorthy.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Vishwashanthi – Part-2 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Vishwashanthi – Vol. 5 to 8: Krishna (Draupadi Charitam) – Ragamalika – Thalambika, Navarasa Ramayanam – Ragamalika – Adi, Dasavatharam – Ragamalika – Adi, Kalyana Mangalam – Madhyamavathi – Adi, Guru Vandanam (Slokam) – Ragamalika, Sankara Srigiri – Hamsanandi – Adi, Slokam and Sringaralahari – Nilambari – Adi, Virutham and Idathu Padam – Kamas – Adi, Madhura Madhura – Atana – Adi, Alaipayuthe – Kanada – Adi, Slokam and Kalathithavane – Kharaharapriya – Adi, Aaduvum Solluval – Sourashtram – Adi, Shanmatha Natyam – Ragamalika – Thisram, Varnam – Nanmugaiye Nee – Kalyani – Adi, Folk – (Kaamam Agatriye), Omkaram (Siva Panchaksharam,Siva Sadaksharam) – Ragamalika – Adi, Sindhai Arindu – Ragamalika – Adi, Bhavani (Bhajan) – Bhirav – K Chapu, Jai Ganesh, Siva Guha (Murugan Song), Nandavanathil (Kavadi Chindu), Chanuthori, Saramathi, Simha Roopa, Matha Amirthanandamayi, Sthiratha Nahi Mahi Re, Isu Thanu, Om Namo, Ra Ra Rajakumare, Yaarada Yaarada and Mangalam. ** Nattuvangam and Vocal: Guru V. Krishnamoorthy.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Vishwashanthi – Part-1 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Vishwashanthi – Vol. 1 to 4: Invocation – Nata, Pushpanjali – Nata – Adi, Ganapathi Kauthuvam – Nata – Adi, Subramanya Kauthuvam – Shanmukha – Adi, Shakthi Thandavam – Kambhoji – Adi, Mella Mella (Devar Nama) – Ragamalika – Adi, Hey Gopalaka (Tharangam) – Senjuretti – Adi (Tisram), Nerakaju (Javali) – Atana – Adi, Bho Shamboo – Revathi – Adi, Mangalam, Invocation – Arabhi, Forword By Mrs. YGP, Varanamayairam – Ragamalika – Adi, Vinneelamelappu – Ragamalika – M Chapu, Margazhi Thingal – Nata – Adi, Pongiye Palkadal – Ragamalika – Adi, Oruthi Maganai – Behag – Adi, Male Manivanna – Kunthalavarali – Adi, Sazhal (Folk), Andal Mangalam, Pushpanjali – Bahudari – Adi, Sri Ganapathi – Nata – Adi, Sri Ramachandra – Thodi – Adi, Kousalya (Slokam) – Hindolam – Adi, Virahani (Padam) – Kalyani – Adi, Mookambika (Padam) – Saramathi – Adi, Ardanariswaram (Padam) – Ragamalika – Khandam, Thillana – Nalinakanti – Adi, Mangalam – Surati – Adi, Pushpanjali and Slokam – Ragamalika – Adi, Thiruchitrambalam – Ragamalika – Thalambika, Kurathi – Thenmangu – Thalambika, Saranam Saranam (Ayyappa) – Thisram, Shakthi Koothu – Ragamalika – Rupakam, Bhajan – Yaman – M Chapu, Snake Dance – Punnagavarali – Adi, Kummi and Kolattam – Kapi – Thisram, Mangalam – Madhyamavathi – Adi. ** Vocal: Guru V. Krishnamoorthy and Seetharama Sharma ** Nattuvangam: Guru V. Krishnamoorthy.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Shiva [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs on Shiva: Slokam and Vadiveru – Ragamalika – Kanda Chapu, Slokam and Arulperum Jyothi – Ragamalika – Adi, Ennamma Varudaya – Sivaranjani – Adi, Nadarmudi Mel Irukkum – Punnagaravali – Adi, Nagendra Haraya – Hamsanandi – Kanda Chapu, Thalaye Nee Vanange – Poorvakalyani – Rupakam, Kavadi Chindu, Anantha Narthana – Nata – Kanda Chapu, Slokam and Bho Shamboo – Revathi – Adi, Slokam and Rakshitha Jagathrayam – Thodi – Misra Chapu, Slokam and Lingastakam – Sivaranjani – Chathusram, Slokam and Sankarasrigiri – Hamsanandi – Adi, Chidambaram Pogamal – Senjurutti – Adi, Piththam Theliya – Kamas – Thisram, Om Namo Namo – Revathi – Adi, Nandavanathil (Kavadi Chindu) – Thisram and Snake Dance – Punnagavarali – Adi. ** Nattuvangam and Vocal: Guru V. Krishnamoorthy.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Madurai Muralidharan [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs: Anantha Koothadinar – Rishabapriya – Adi, Enneramum – Devaghandhari – Adi, Aadinaye Kanna – Mohana Kalyani – Adi, Ananthakoothanin – Hamsanandi – Adi, Parka Parka – Kharaharapriya – Misra Chapu, Nagumomu – Abheri – Adi, Bho Shambo – Revath – Adi, Natanam Adinar – Vasantha – Adi, Nadharmudi Mel – Punnagavarali – Adi, Varugalamo – Manji – Misra Chapu, Saadhinchane – Aarabi – Adi, Krishna Nee Begane – Yaman Kalyani – Misra Chapu, Idadu Padam – Kamas – Adi, Shankara Srigiri – Hamsanandi – Adi, Sri Chakra Raja – Ragamalika – Adi, Bhavayami Gopala – Yaman – Khanda Eka, Ksheerasagara – Devagandhari – Adi, Chinnanchiru – Ragamalika – Tisra Eka and Kavadi Chindu. ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan ** Vocal: Madurai T. Sethuraman, Anuja, Ramamani and N. Jaya.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Bhajans Abhangs
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs – Bhajans and Abhangs: Antharanga Sayee, Ramu Charanu, Julatha Radha – Yaman Kalyani – Adi, Hari Tum Haro – Dharbarikanada – Adi, Priya Radhe, Hari Bolo – Behag – Misra Chapu, Lagelataku, Ajasakha – Bhimplas – Adi, Thoo Hai – Ahir Bhairavi – Thisram, Ekamurthi – Mand – Adi, Thandava Nritha Kare – Kanada – Adi and He Parama – Yaman – Adi. ** Nattuvangam: J. Surya Narayana Moorthy, Madurai R. Muralidharan and Delhi V. Krishnamoorthy ** Vocal: O. S. Arun, Kutralam V. Nagarajan and Delhi V. Krishnamoorthy.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Ganesha Skandha Margam
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs – Ganesha Skandha Margam: Pushpanjali, Sharanu Vinayaka – Karnataka Deva Khandhari – Adi, Jatiswaram, Sa Da Ma – Poorvi Kalyani – Adi, Sabdam, Kandhane Unnai – Raagamalika – Misra Chappu, Varnam, Om Ennum Porule – Hamsadhwani – Adi, Padam, Sollavallayo Kiliye – Raagamalika – Rupakam, Thillana, Udhanathom – Kannda – Kedara Ekam and Mangalam. ** Nattuvangam: Priya Murali ** Choreography: Sudharani Ragupathy ** Vocal: Nandini Anand.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-15
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 53 and 54: Karunanidhim – Hamsadwani – Adi, Yedutanunnadu – Bhujangini – Adi, Sharananti – Vasantha – K Chapu, Nagadhara – Kuntalavarali – Adi, Annisingaralu – Lalitha – M Chapu, Veduka – Salanga Nata – Adi, Slokam – Ranjani and Madhyamavathi, Slokam, Ayanaya – Abhogi – K Chapu, Yemoko – Thilang – Rupakam, Muddu Garaga – Bhoopalam – Rupakam, Slokam, Vinaro – Suddha Dhanyasi – Adi, Nallani – Poorvakalyani – Adi, Yevvari – Suddha Vasantham – Rupakam, Korinatte – Samantham – Eka and Paluku Thenala – Madhyamavathi – Rupakam. ** Vocal: Kuravai Lalitha Madhav and S. Ramya ** Nattuvangam: J. Suryanarayanamurthy.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-14 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 48, 49, 55, 81 and 83: Panchamurthy (Kauthuvam) – Pancha Ragamalika – Adi, Navarasa Nayaki – Dasa Ragamalika – Adi, Azhaithu Vaade (Varnam) – Madhyamam – Adi, Pushpanjali – Nata – Adi, Ananda Narthanam – Hamsadwani – Adi, Nadana Sabhapathi (Kavuthuivam) – Revathi – Adi, Devane (Varnam) – Thodi – Adi, Kizhal Udi – Khambhoji – Adi, Virutham and Thodudaiya – Gambheera Nata – Rupakam, Aadum Deivam – Khambhoji – Adi, Narthanam Aadinar – Kapi – Adi, Virutham and Mayilmeedu – Mohanam – Adi, Viruthamand Kurumbai – Mandu – Adi, Oru Pazhudum – Saranga – Chandan, Omkara Nayakiye – Hindolam – Adi, Siva Sivasankara (Varnam) – Charukesi – Adi, Aadiyum Neeye (Padam) – Karnataka Devagandhari – Adi, Karunai Deivam (Padam) – Kambhoji – Adi, Aananda Narthanamadum – Hamsadwani – Adi, Krupakari (Varnam) – Amrithavarshini – Adi, Adikondar – Mayamalavagowla – Adi, Thillana – Dhanashree – Adi and Yohindra – Kapi – Adi. ** Vocal: Malacode C. Divakaran and Thevara Isaimani Palani Swaminathan ** Nattuvangam: K. Sivaloganathan.

One Raga One Kriti – TN Seshagopalan [DVD]
Live Concert during Second Fine Arts Festival held at Mudhra in 1006 ** Raga: Kambhoji – Talam: Rupakam – Song: Sri Subramanyaaya Namaste – Composer: Muthuswamy Dikshitar ** Duration: 2 Hours

Celextel Spiritual Store

Siva Chidambaram – Sikkil Gurucharan
Live at Chidambaram Temple ** Varnam – Reethigowla – Adi – Sikkil Sisters (Nila Kunjumani), Ganapathy – Naatai – Adi – Subramaniya Bharathy, Arulavendum – Saramadi – Rupakam – Dandapani Desikar, Virutham – Devamanokari, Yaarukuthan – Devamanokari – Adi – Gopalakrishna Bharathy, Gnanasabai – Saranga – Misracahapu – Papansam Sivan, Siva Chidambaram – Anadabhairavi – Adi – Chidambaram Ayyaappa Deekshithar, Nava Siddhi – Karakara Priya – Misracahapu – Neelkakanta Sivam, Chandrasekara – Sindubhairavi – Adi and Aadiyapaadam – Senguriti – Adi – Vadalur Ramalinga Swamigal.

Live at Chidambaram Temple – Sikkil Gurucharan [2 CDs]
Sabapathikku – Abogi – Rupakam – Gopalakrisna Bharathy, Tiruvadi Seranam – Kamboji – Adi – Gopalakrisna Bharathy, Yaarukkuthan – Devamanokari – Adi – Gopalakrisna Bharathy, Virutham – Purvikalyani / Hindolam / Charukesi, Unadu Tiruvadi – Charukesi – Adi – Gopalakrisna Bharathy, Aadiya Paadam – Varali – Adi – Gopalakrishna Bharathy, Varuvaroo – Sama – Adi – Gopalakrishna Bharathy, Varughalamo – Maanzi – Misrachapu – Gopalakrishna Bharathy, Virutham – Hamsanandi/Sindhubhairavi/Behag – Gopalakrishna Bharathy, Aadum Chidambarame – Behag – Adi – Gopalakrishna Bharathy, Thillana – Sankarabaranam, Kadi Modi (Thiruppughal) – Chandrakauns – Arunagirinathar and Pavamana Mangalam – Sourashtram – Adi.

Raganu Bhavam – Nithyasree [2 CDs]
Easanae – Nalinakanthi – Misrachapu – Muthutandavar, Annaadhdanu – Jingala – Adi – Thyagaraja, Mohanakara – Neethimathi – Rupakam – Koteswara Iyer, Marubalka – Sri Ranjani – Adi – Thyagaraja, Ragathil Siranda – Ragamalika – Adi – Kadalur Subramanyam, Kaana Aayiram – Karnataka Devagandhari – Adi – Arulavan, Varuvaay – Desh – Adi – Subramaniya Bharathy, Naanoru – Navarasakannada – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Aadum Dheivam – Kamboji – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Baro Krishnayya – Ragamalika – Adi – Vyasaraya and Thillana – Karnaranjani – Adi – KS Raghunathan.

Kutcheri 2010 – Ranjani-Gayatri [3 CDs]
Recorded Live in December 2010 Music Season concert for Kalarasana ** Nera Nammithi (V) – Kanada – Ata – Poochi Srinivasa Iyengar, Girija Ramana – Gambeera Nattai – Adi – Mysore Vasudevachar, Ini Oru Kanam – Sri Ranjani – Roopakam – Papanasam Sivan, O' Rajeevaksha – Arabhi – Mishrachapu – Thyagarajar, Ranganayakam – Nayaki – Adi – Deekshitar, Sankari Sankuru – Saveri – Tisra Nadai – Shyama Sastry, Vara Raga Laya – Senchu Kambodhi – Adi – Thyagaraja, Enai Nee Maravada – Amrithavarshini – Adi – Mm Dandapani Desikar, Kaligiyunte – Keeravani – Adi – Thyagaraja, Adum Chidambaramo – Behag – Adi – Gopalkrishan Bharathi, Kalyana Gopalam – Sindhubharavi – Khandachapu – Narayana Theerthar, Ragam Tanam Pallavi – Mhana – Ranjani-Khandanadai – Chatushra Triputa, Muddhugare – Kurinji – Adi – Annamacharya, Krishna Nee Begane – Yaman Kalyani – Misrachapu – Vyasaraya, Marati Abhang – Peelu – Sant Tukharam, Thiruppugazh – Asaveri – Adi – Arunagirinadar and Mangalam – Sourashtram – Adi – Thyagarajar.

Great Master – Balamuralikrishna [MP3]
Endaro Mahanubhavulu – Sri – Adi – Thyagaraja, Sri Sakalagana – Aarabhi – Adi – Dr.Balamuralikrishna, Devadi Deva – Sunadavinodini – Adi – Vasudevachar, Nannupalimpa – Mohanam Adi Thyagaraja, Pibare Ramarasam – Chakravakam – Adi – Sadasiva Brahmendra, Sogasujooda – Kannadagowla Rupakam Thyagaraja, Piraiyaniyum Peruman – Hamsadhwani – Adi – Dr.Balamurali Krishna, Mamavapattabirama – Manirang – Misrachapu Muthuswami Dikshithar, Nadaharejagannatha Hare (Ashtapathy) – Jayadev, Gaanalola – Ragamalika Rupakam Dr.Balamuralikrishna, Jaya Jaya (Dr.M.Balamurali Krishna) – Mangalakousiki – Adi – Thyagaraja, Sree Rama – Neelambari – Jhampe – Thyagaraja, Raghunandana – Kedaragowla Rupakam Thyagaraja, Atukaraadani – Manoranjani Adi Thyagarja, Aparadhamulu – Rasali Adi Thyagarja, Intasaukhyamani – Kapi – Adi Thyagarja, Allakalloamayanmma – Sauraashtram Adi Thyagarja, Aparaama Bakthi – Panthuvarali – Rupakam – Thyagaraja, Kalasamhara – Sauraashtram Adi Thyagaraja, Krupajoochutaku – Chayatarangini Adi Thyagaraja, Kamalapathiakula – Brindavanisarang Adi – Thyagaraja, Bagayenayya – Chanadrjyothi Adi Thyagaraja, Bhuvini Dasudane – Sriranjani – Adi – Thyagaraja, Merusamana – Mayamalavagowla Adi – Thyagaraja and Paritapamu – Manohari Adi Thyagaraja.

Great Master – ML Vasanthakumari [MP3]
Varnam – Handolika – Adi – G. N. Balasubramanian, Mooladharamoorthy – Hamsadhwani – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Chandrasekhara – Jayanthasree – Adi – Muthuswami Dikshithar, Naachey Vidavakura – Naattakurinji – Rupakam – Mysorevasudevachar, Abang Baaro Krishnayya – Kankari – Adi – Purandaradasa, Yedayyagathi – Chalanaattai – Adi – Koteeswara Iyer, Samaanarahithe – Sarangatharangini Rupakam – G. N. Balasubramanian, Sreenivasa – Karaharapriya – Rupakam – Papanasam Sivan, Sancharadara – Jayadevar, Bhagyada Lakshmi – Sri – Adi – Purandaradasa, Aparama Bhakthi – Kamavardini – Rupakam – Thyagaraja, Azhagaazhaga – Suddha Dhanyasi – Khandachapu – Ambujam Krishna, Srivenkatagirisam – Suruti – Adi – Muthuswami Dikshithar, Ashtapathi – Ragamalika – Adi – Jayadevar, Vaa Murugavaa – Begada – Rupakam – R. Venugopal, Kalyanagopalam – Sindhubhairavi – Misrachapu – Narayana Teerthar, Dinamanivamsa – Harikamboji – Adi – Thyagaraja, Krishna Nee Begane Baro – Yamunakalyani – Misrachpau – Vyasaraya, Ragamtanam Pallavi – Sudha Dhanyasi – Chatursra Ekam – Traditional, Pallavi – Dasaradhe Karuna Payonidhe – (Khanda Nadai) and Thillana – Khamas – Lalgudi G. Jayaraman.

Kritis of Thyagaraja – Limited Edition [3 MP3 CDs Pack]
CD-1: 1. Sri Ganapahini – Sowrashram – Adi – Nedanuri Krishnamurthy 2. Siva Siva Ena Radha – Kamavardini – Rupakam – Madurai Somasundaram 3. Devadhi Deva – Sindhumakriya – Adi – Madurai Somasundaram 4. Rama Katha Sudha – Madhyamavathi – Adi – Shemmangidi R Srinivasa Iyer 5. Ksheenamai – Mukhari – Adi – Shemmangidi R Srinivasa Iyer 6. Nepogadagunte – Varali – Kanda Chapu – Ariyakkudi Ramanuja Iyengar 7. Sari Evvare – Sri Ranjani – Adi – T M Thaygarajan 8. Sogasuga – Sriranjani – Rupakam – Sathur A G Subramanya Iyer 9. Nee Vadanegana – Saranga – Kanda Chapu – Musiri Subramania Iyer 1. Naa Morala – Devagandhari – Rupakam – Musiri Subramania Iyer 11. Etaavunaru – Yadukulakambhoji – Adi – T K Rangachari 12. Arunachala Nadam – Saranga – Rupakam – Ramnad Krishnan 13. Sujana Jeevana – Khamas – Rupakam – D K Pattammal 14. Eti Janma – Varali – Misram – D K Pattammal 15. Aparama Bhakthi – Kamavardini – Rupakam – M L Vasanthakumari 16. Pahirama – Yadukula Kamboji – Tisraekam – Mani Krishnaswami 17. Entha Muddhu – Bindumalini – Adi – Dr M Balamurali Krishna 18. Pathikihaaratheere – Suruthi – Adi – Nedanuri Krishnamurthy 19. Evaraura – Mohanam – Misra Chapu – Palghat K V Narayanaswami 2. Birana Varalichi – Kalyani – Adi( Tisram) – D K Jayarmnan 21. Sogasujooda – Kannadagowla – Rupakam – Dr M Balamurali Krishna 22. Ennaga Manasuku – Neelambari – Adi – Hyderabad Brothers 23. Evarani – Devamridavarshini – Adi – O S Thyagarajan 24. Praarabdanittundaga – Swaravali – Khandachapu – Malladi Brothers 25. Nee Dhayaraadha – Vasantha Bhairavi – Rupakam – Bombay Sisters 26. Mokshamu – Saramati – Adi – Bombay Sisters 27. Tera Tiyagarada – Goulipanthu – Adi – T V Gopalakrishnan 28. Manavyalakinchara – Nalinakanthi – Adi – K G Jayan 29. Nenarunchi Naanu – Maalavi – Adi – Uma Gita 3. Karunajaladhe – Naadanamakriya – Adi – Uma Gita ** CD-2: 1. Gnanamosagaradha – Purvikalyani – Rupakam – Madurai Somasundaram 2. Yeh Papamu – Atana – Misrachapu – T. K. Rangachary 3. Rama Ninnu – Mohanam – Adi – Ariyakkudi Ramanuja Iyengar 4. Bhuvini Dasudane – Sriranjani – Adi – Ramnad Krishnan 5. Vara Narada – Vijaysri – Adi – M. D. Ramanathan 6. Sangeetagnanamu – Dhanyasi – Adi – Nedanuri Krishnamurthy 7. Yevarura Ninuvina – Mohanam – Misrachapu – T. K. Rangachary 8. Nannu Vidachi – Reetigowla – Misrachapu – D. K. Jayaraman 9. Raghunandana – Kedaragowla – Rupakam – Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna 10. Tulasidalamulache – Mayamalavagowla – Rupakam – Hyderabad Brothers 11. Eela Nee Dayatadhu – Kambhoji – Khandachapu – Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna 12. Evarikai – Devamanohari – Misrachapu – Dr.M.Balamurali Krishna 13. Chanithodi – Harikamboji – Adi – Mani Krishnaswami 14. Naadupai – Madhyamavathi – Kandachapu – Dr. M. L. Vasanthakumari 15. Ramanannubrova – Harikambodhi – Rupakam – Bombay Sisters 16. Vidhulaku – Mayamalavagowli – Adi – Bombay Sisters 17. Nenarunchinanu – Malavi – Adi – Nithyasree Mahadevan 18. Endaro Mahanubhavulu – Sri – Adi – Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna 19. Ammaravamma – Kalyani – Misrachapu – O. S. Thyagarajan 20. Emi Neramu – Sankarabaranam – Adi – Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna 21. Dudukugala – Goula – Adi – Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna 22. Orajoopu – Kannadagowla – Adi – Neyveli Santhanagopalan 23. Raghunayaka – Hamsadhwani – Adi – S. P. Ramh 24. Vandanadyuthi – Pantuvarali – Rupakam – Malladi Brothers 25. Ksheerasagara – Devagandhari – Adi – K. G. Jayan 26. Nadopasana – Begada – Adi – S. P. Ramh 27. Sandehamunu – Ramapriya – Adi – Malladi Brothers 28. Mokshamu Galadha – Saaramathi – Adi – Uma Geetha 29. Ninuvina – Navrasakannada – Rupakam – Manakkal Rangarajan ** CD-3: 1. Sri Ganapathi Nee – Sowrastram – Adi – Mani Krishnaswami 2. Dinamanivamsa – Harikamboji – Adi – Dr. M. L. Vasantha Kumari 3. Yeti Yochanalu – Kiranavali – Adi – Dr. M. L. Vasantha Kumari 4. Toli Janma – Bilahari – Jampa – D.K.Pattammal 5. Vidhulaku – Mayamalava Gowla – Adi – D. K. Pattammal 6. Chalamelara – Marghindolam – Adi – Madurai Somasundaram 7. Raanidhiraadu – Manirangu – Adi – Madurai Somasundaram 8. Bhakithi Bhiksha – Sankarabharanam – Rupakam – Ariyakkudi Ramanuja Iyerngar 9. Entha Daaginado – Thodi – Adi – Musiri Subramania Iyer 10. Nee Dayache – Yedukula Kambhodi – Adi – Ramnad Krishnan 11. Kanugonu – Nayaki – Rupakam – Ramnad Krishnan 12. Yevarura Ninuvina – Mohanam – Misrachapu – T K. Rangachari 13. Naada Sudharasa – Arabhi – Rupakam – L K. Rangachari 14. Neevaadaneegana – Saranga – Kandachapu – M.D.Ramanathan 15. Brochevarevare – Sri Ranjani – Adi – Hyderabad Brothers 16. Shobhaane – Pantuvarali – Adi – Hyderabad Brothers 17. Nagumomu – Abheri – Adi – Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna 18. Laalilayya – Kedara Gowla – Jhampe – Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna 19. Aparadhamulu – Lalitha Panchakam – Kandhachapu – Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna 20. Allakalloa Mayanmma – Sauraashtram – Adi – Dr. M.Balamurali Krishna 21. Entanine – Mukhari – Adi – Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna 22. Atukaraadani – Hamsadwani – Adi – Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna 23. Mayamma – Ahiri – Adi – Palghat K.V.Narayana Swami 24. Bhavanutha – Mohanam – Adi – Nedanuri Krishanmurthy 25. Sobhillu Sapthaswara – Jagan Mohini – Rupakam – Nithyasree Mahadevan 26. Maati Maatiki – Mohanam – Misrachapu – Malladi Brothers 27. Kalugiyunte – Keeravani – Adi – O.S.Thyagarajan 26. Baagaya Neyya – Chandrajyothi – Adi – Neyveli Santhanagopalan 29. Endaro Mahanu Bhavu – Shree – Adi – S. P.Ramh 30. Teliyaledu Rama – Denuka – Adi – Uma-Geeta

Sivan Arul – Sethalapathy Balasubramanian [2 CDs]
Sethalapathi Balasubramanian, or Balu Mama, as he was endearingly called, in the field of Carnatic Music, is an icon to be reckoned with in parlance of honest, pure soulful music. His childlike innocent character always reflected in his music and never failed to enrapture the listener. Viruttams were his forte and his renditions of Viruttams leave the audience in a fix as to which element the music or the lyrics – is in its highest form of beauty. He always insisted in maintaining the diction and bringing out the beauty in the Lyrics, while encompassing the ultimate form of the raga into the rendition. Being the direct disciple of Tamil Thyagayyar, Papanasam Sivan, the fervor and Bhakthi with which he performs his Master's compositions is an experience of its own. This product brings to you a superb collection of some of his soul stirring Viruttams along with his power packed music. His Viruttams in each and every raga brought out a unique flavor and dimension. His rendition of Raga Karaharapriya remains unsurpassed till date. This Audio CD is a live concert performed at Krishna Gana Sabha. ** Tracks: Ni Panulujeya – Athana – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Dhyaname Tarume – Amrita Varshini – Adi – Subramanya Bharatiyar, Poruttatkolla – Mukhari – Adi – Thirunavukkarasar, Alavedu Edutturaikka – Purnachandrika – Khanda Chapu – Thirunavukkarasar, Sonna Na Inikkudu – Kokilapriya – Adi – Arunagiri Nathar, Kallalin Keezhamarndu – Gowrimanohari – Adi, Narayana Nalinayatha – Sama – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Viruttam Kannanai Panni Maname – Shanmukhapriya – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Viruttam Rama nama – Desh – Adi – Tanjavur Shankara Iyer, Ayye Methakadinam – Ragamalika – Adi – Gopalakrishna Bharathi, Varugalamo – Manji – Misra Chapu – Gopalakrishna Bharathi, Viruttam Venkatachala Nilayam – Sindhubhairavi – Adi – Purandara Dasar, Thirupugazh (Erumayileri) – Mohanam – Khanda Chapu – Arunagirinathar, Karpagame – Madhyamavati – Adi – Papanasam Sivan and Ariru Tadanthol vazhga (Kandapuranam).

Learn Bharatanatyam – Natya Vardhini – Vol-4 [DVD]
BHARATANATYAM being the oldest and purest form of Indian Classical dance is a combination of music, expression and rhythm. The two facets of Indian dance, the Tandava (vigorous) and the Lasya (gentle) blend beautifully in Bharatanatyam. I encompass all the elements of dance, drama and spiritually elevate the audience. Bharatanatyam is poetry in motion and all the cognate elements of Bhava, Raga and Tala reveal themselves as all in one. ** Tracks: 1. Anjali 2. Mallari and Natesa Kauthuvam 3. Pushpanjali and Kriti 4. Varnam ** SREKALA BHARATH: A disciple of renowned Guru K.J.Sarasa, Srekala Bharath is a passionate dancer, an ingenious choreographer and an inspirational teacher of international repute. Srekala started dancing at the tender age of seven with her imitable style, nimble footwork and exquisite abhinaya. She has created thematic presentations ranging from traditional classic to modern day concepts winning critical acclaim including the Kalaimamani, Tamilnadu state award, and the Bharata Rathnam from the Government of Sri Lanka. ** Srekala is deeply committed to the exceptional development of her students enabling them to evolve as artistes as they share in her creative journey at Thejas an institution she founded that defines talent and continues to empower artistic expression in Chennai, India for over a decade.

Learn Bharatanatyam – Natya Vardhini – Vol-3 [DVD]
BHARATANATYAM being the oldest and purest form of Indian Classical dance is a combination of music, expression and rhythm. The two facets of Indian dance, the Tandava (vigorous) and the Lasya (gentle) blend beautifully in Bharatanatyam. I encompass all the elements of dance, drama and spiritually elevate the audience. Bharatanatyam is poetry in motion and all the cognate elements of Bhava, Raga and Tala reveal themselves as all in one. Tracks: 1. Mallari 2. Kriti – Mooladhara 3. Varnam ** SREKALA BHARATH: A disciple of renowned Guru K. J. Sarasa, Srekala Bharath is a passionate dancer, an ingenious choreographer and an inspirational teacher of international repute. Srekala started dancing at the tender age of seven with her imitable style, nimble footwork and exquisite abhinaya. She has created thematic presentations ranging from traditional classic to modern day concepts winning critical acclaim including the Kalaimamani, Tamilnadu state award, and the Bharata Rathnam from the Government of Sri Lanka. Srekala is deeply committed to the exceptional development of her students enabling them to evolve as artistes as they share in her creative journey at Thejas an institution she founded that defines talent and continues to empower artistic expression in Chennai, India for over a decade.

Learn Bharatanatyam – Natya Vardhini – Vol-2 [DVD]
BHARATANATYAM being the oldest and purest form of Indian Classical dance is a combination of music, expression and rhythm. The two facets of Indian dance, the Tandava (vigorous) and the Lasya (gentle) blend beautifully in Bharatanatyam. I encompass all the elements of dance, drama and spiritually elevate the audience. Bharatanatyam is poetry in motion and all the cognate elements of Bhava, Raga and Tala reveal themselves as all in one. ** Tracks: 1. Anjali and Ananda Narthana 2. Andal Kauthuvam 3. Anjali and Alarippu 4. Varnam ** SREKALA BHARATH: A disciple of renowned Guru K. J. Sarasa, Srekala Bharath is a passionate dancer, an ingenious choreographer and an inspirational teacher of international repute. Srekala started dancing at the tender age of seven with her imitable style, nimble footwork and exquisite abhinaya. She has created thematic presentations ranging from traditional classic to modern day concepts winning critical acclaim including the Kalaimamani, Tamilnadu state award, and the Bharata Rathnam from the Government of Sri Lanka. Srekala is deeply committed to the exceptional development of her students enabling them to evolve as artistes as they share in her creative journey at Thejas an institution she founded that defines talent and continues to empower artistic expression in Chennai, India for over a decade.

Learn Bharatanatyam – Natya Vardhini – Vol-1 [DVD]
BHARATANATYAM being the oldest and purest form of Indian Classical dance is a combination of music, expression and rhythm. The two facets of Indian dance, the Tandava (vigorous) and the Lasya (gentle) blend beautifully in Bharatanatyam. I encompass all the elements of dance, drama and spiritually elevate the audience. Bharatanatyam is poetry in motion and all the cognate elements of Bhava, Raga and Tala reveal themselves as all in one. ** Tracks: 1.Thodaya Mangalam 2. Anjali and Narthana Ganapathy 3. Shanmuga Kauthuvam 4. Varnam ** SREKALA BHARATH: A disciple of renowned Guru K. J. Sarasa, Srekala Bharath is a passionate dancer, an ingenious chorographer and an inspirational teacher of international repute. Srekala started dancing at the tender age of seven with her imitable style, nimble footwork and exquisite abhinaya. She has created thematic presentations ranging from traditional classic to modern day concepts winning critical acclaim including the Kalaimamani, Tamilnadu state award, and the Bharata Rathnam from the Government of Sri Lanka. Srekala is deeply committed to the exceptional development of her students enabling them to evolve as artistes as they share in her creative journey at Thejas an institution she founded that defines talent and continues to empower artistic expression in Chennai, India for over a decade.

Learn to Sing Hindustani Vocal – Vol-2 [DVD]
The Hindustani Music that developed during the Moghul 15th and 16th century AD is based on the rich Indian tradition. Amir Khusro was a scholar poet and musicologist of rare talent in the court of Allauddin Khilji 13th century AD is credited with the introduction of new forms and styles in Hindustani music, which are still in practice today. Hindustani music is based on the raga system. Raag is the intricate system of scales and associated melodic patterns. In their numerical ratios, the scales and melodic patterns correspond with moods, colors, seasons and hours of day and night. This time theory, which governs the raags, is a unique feature of Hindustani music. The main architect of the existing system of Hindustani music was Pandit V N Bhatkhande who was responsible for the classification of the Ragas into the 10 that's. An important landmark in Hindustani music was the establishment of gharanas under the patronage of princely states. A gharana is more a school of thought than an institution. Each of the gharanas developed distinct facets and styles of presentation and performance. A Hindustani musician by profession, Dr. Ramdesh Pande is a renowned vocalist of new generation and an artist of commendable talent. Shri Chepe Shri Panake and Pt. Prabhakar Deshkar initiated Dr. Ramdesh Pande in classical music. Later he was fortunate to receive guidance from Pt. Yashwant Bua Joshi and Pt. Ulhas Kashalkar of Gwalior and Jaipur Gharanas. He has also received tutelage from Pt. Babanrao Haldankar of Agra Gharana and Pt. Yeshwant Mahale of Bhatkhande Parampara. Dr. Ramdesh Pande has excelled academically with post graduate degree in music from Nagpur University with gold medal. He is an A Graded artist of Akashwani and Doordarshan and has performed several prestigious musical platforms in India and all over the world. ** Tracks: 1. Introduction 2. Exercises and Paltas 3. About Kayal Gayaki 4. Process of Singing Kayal Gayaki 5. Concert Pattern.

Learn to Sing Hindustani Vocal – Vol-1 [DVD]
The Hindustani Music that developed during the Moghul 15th and 16th century AD is based on the rich Indian tradition. Amir Khusro was a scholar poet and musicologist of rare talent in the court of Allauddin Khilji 13th century AD is credited with the introduction of new forms and styles in Hindustani music, which are still in practice today. Hindustani music is based on the raga system. Raag is the intricate system of scales and associated melodic patterns. In their numerical ratios, the scales and melodic patterns correspond with moods, colors, seasons and hours of day and night. This time theory, which governs the raags, is a unique feature of Hindustani music. The main architect of the existing system of Hindustani music was Pandit V. N. Bhatkhande who was responsible for the classification of the Ragas into the 10 that's. An important landmark in Hindustani music was the establishment of gharanas under the patronage of princely states. A gharana is more a school of thought than an institution. Each of the gharanas developed distinct facets and styles of presentation and performance. A Hindustani musician by profession, Dr. Ramdesh Pande is a renowned vocalist of new generation and an artist of commendable talent. Shri Chepe Shri Panake and Pt. Prabhakar Deshkar initiated Dr. Ramdesh Pande in classical music. Later he was fortunate to receive guidance from Pt. Yashwant Bua Joshi and Pt. Ulhas Kashalkar of Gwalior and Jaipur Gharanas. He has also received tutelage from Pt. Babanrao Haldankar of Agra Gharana and Pt. Yeshwant Mahale of Bhatkhande Parampara. Dr. Ramdesh Pande has excelled academically with post graduate degree in music from Nagpur University with gold medal. He is an A Graded artist of Akashwani and Doordarshan and has performed several prestigious musical platforms in India and all over the world. ** Tracks: 1. Introduction 2. About Hindustani Classical Music 3. About Gharana 4. Tuning 5. Sitting Posture and Voice Culture 6. Basic Notes of Hindustani Classical Music 7. Basic Exercises 8. Bhajan In rag Bhairavi 9. Concert Pattern.

Harikatha – Krishna Leela – Vishakha Hari [DVD]
Harikatha – Krishna Leela – Compositions of Smt. Ambujam Krishna – Live at Music Academy by Smt. Vishakha Hari ** Krishna Leela by Smt. Vishakha Hari, one of the leading and very popular Harikatha exponents, presents some of the divine sports of the transcendental child Krishna. Beginning with the Avathara of the Lord she proceeds to the Damodara leela and Brahma Mohana leela, where the Lord's omnipotence and omnipresence is brought out wonderfully with apt narrations. The program concludes with the evergreen Rukmini Kalyanam wherein the Jeevathma attains the Paramathma through the intermediary – Guru. This album is a feast for the devotees of Lord Krishna and the rasikas of music. Krishnakatha is divine. Music is Divine. Mixing the nectar of His Divine name with the nectar of music is indeed the most inexplicable bliss says Thyagaraja Swami in his song Intha soukhya. This album is an effort to provide a sample from that bliss. ** Smt. Ambujam Krishna is a prolific composer whose deep devotion has taken the form of beautiful songs, which have been aesthetically tuned by great stalwarts in the field of carnatic music. She has composed in several languages including Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi. Smt. Vishakha Hari combines her exquisite story telling with spellbinding music selecting some of the best compositions of Ambujam Krishna through the theme Krishna Leela. Smt. Vishakha Hari is the daughter-in-law of Paranur Mahatma Sri Sri Krishna Premi Swamigal, who is also her spiritual Guru and the disciple of Padma Bhushan awardee Sri Lalgudi G. Jayaraman. She is an accomplished A-grade artist of All India Radio with number of honours to her name. She has been accompanied by Sri B. Ananthakrishnan on the violin who is noted for his shruthi sudhdham in his bowing. On the mrudangam is the most sought after Sri Arjun ganesh whose spectacular playing has brought instantaneous audience appreciation. On the ghatam is Sri Trichy Murali who plays for all top ranking musicians and is conspicuous by his sonorous and knowledgeable playing. ** Tracks: Parthasarathy – Kambhoji – Khanda Triputa, Sattre Tirumbum – Kalyani – Adi, Gati Neeye – Todi – Adi, Guruvaryurappane – Reetigaula – Adi, Ezhil Tirumeni – Brindavana Saranga – Adi, Mariyemi Kavalenu – Kannada – Adi, Om Namo Narayana – Karnaranjani – Khanda Chapu, Enna Solli – Kanada – Adi, Kaho Rama Nama – Bhagesri – Misra Chapu, Azhaga – Suddha Dhanyasi – Khanda Chapu and Karumugil (Mangalam) – Madhyamavati – Adi. ** Duration: 2 Hrs. 35 Mins.

Vedanta Spiritual Library

Panchadashi Lesson – F0320: Removal of Delusion
Every human being inherently knows the difference between the right and wrong actions without any teaching.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0319: Stages of Delusion [Universe]
The correct truth about the universe is that it is not real. It is an illusion that is projected on ONE. This will be clear once the ultimate knowledge is gained.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0318: Stages of Delusion [God]
The conflict between various religious groups arises only when one claims that their definition is the only correct definition and the rest are all wrong. Only when the ultimate truth of the god is understood it is possible to see that all the personal definitions are correct.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0317: Stages of Delusion [Self]
Ego is just a tool, which has its uses. It is highly required for achieving material success and prosperity in the world. However, it is a barrier to the knowledge if one is stuck to believing that the ego is the meaning of the word 'I'.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0316: Reason for Delusion
The ultimate truth could be comprehended only by those who have intelligence and determination to pursue the subject.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0315: Effect of Delusion
Effect of the Delusion is the mix up of reality with the falsehood.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0314: Functions of Delusion
The real entity is not the mortal man but the immortal one. If the Delusion of the onlooker is removed, he will no longer see an ordinary mortal man.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0313: EGO and ONE
The confusion between the EGO and ONE can be removed only when we enquire into the nature of Delusion.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0312: Root Cause of Miseries
Delusion between the EGO and ONE is the cause of all miseries because, if we know that our real nature is ONE, we will not worry about the illusory EGO.

Apara Kriyas
The human birth is hailed as the most important as it can lead to permanent release from the cycle of births and deaths. Sastras prescribe forty samskaras (purificatory rites) for rendering the three human bodies, the sthula, sukshma and karana (gross, subtle and causal), pure and fit for redemption by God's grace. Apara kriyas (post death ceremonies) and Sradham performed for one's parents are some of the most essential samskaras.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0211: Analysis of Self Universe GOD
The physical body appears to enclose me and give me a form and name.

Panchadashi Lesson – F0210: What should we do?
Only human beings are capable of getting fully liberated from all the miseries of the world and live joyfully.

Celextel Spiritual Store

Bharata Natyam Songs – Jathiswaram
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Jathiswaram: Bilahari – Adi – Madurai R. Muralidharan – Madurai T. Sethuraman, Saveri – Adi, Purvikalyani – Adi – Priya Murle – Nandini Anand, Vasantha – Rupakam – Sri Ranjit – Sri Hariprasad, Saraswathi – Rupakam – Guru Delhi V Krishnamurthi – Guru Delhi V. Krishnamurthi, Kalyani – Rupakam – Guru V Delhi V Krishnamurthi – Guru Delhi V. Krishnamurthi, Kedaram – Adi – Balameera Chandra – Bhuvana Ravi, Mohanam – Adi – Balameera Chandra – Bhuvana Ravi and Bilahari – Adi – Madurai R. Muralidharan – Anuja-Ramamani.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Sabdam
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Sabdam: Gajamukhane – Ragamalika – Misra Chapu – Madurai R. Muralidharan – Madurai T. Sethuraman, Kandane – Ragamalika – Misra Chapu – Madurai R. Muralidharan – Madurai T. Sethuraman, Govardhana – Ragamalika – Misrachapu – Madurai R. Muralidharan – Padmaseshadri Sisters, Karmugil – Ragamalika – Misra Chapu – Madurai R. Muralidharan – Shobana, Neelamaa Mayil – Ragamalika – Misra Chapu – Madurai R. Muralidharan – Roshini, Gokulam Budi – Ragamalika – Misra Chapu – Sri Ranjit – Hariprasad, Kandhane Unnai – Ragamalika – Misra Chapu – Priya Murle – Nandini Anand and Neerajaksha – Kambhoji – Misra Chapu – Balameera Chandra – Bhuvana Ravi.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Varnam – Vol-3 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Varnam: Samagana – Abhogi – Adi – Anuja-Ramamani, Aananda Sayana – Dhanyasi – Adi – Anuja-Ramamani, Thaye Un – Arabhi – Thisra Triputa – Shobana, Aananda – Natakurunji – Khanda Triputa – Padmaseshadri Sisters, Saravanabhava – Keeravani – Misradhruva – Roshini, Karunai Seitha – Thodi – K Chapu – Kutralam V. Nagarajan, Sadasiva Sankara – Mayamalava Gowla – Mishra Jathi Ata – Kutralam V. Nagarajan, Nee Indha Maayam – Sankarabharanam – Ata (Thisra) – Kutralam V. Nagarajan, Vadivelane – Sankarabharanam – Adi – Vanaja Narayanan and Sakhiye – Saptha Ragamalika – Kandhajathi Ata – Kutralam V. Nagarajan. ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Padams [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Padams: Geethopadesam – Behag – Adi – N. Jaya – Madurai R. Muralidharan, Virahani – Kalyani – Adi – Seetharama Sharma – Delhi V. Krishnamurthy, Nanmugan Nayagi – Saraswathi – Adi – Madurai T. Sethuraman – Madurai R. Muralidharan, Unnaiyandri – Chandra Kauns – Adi – Madurai T. Sethuraman – Madurai R. Muralidharan, Porpadam – Sri Ranjani – Adi – N. Jaya – Madurai R. Muralidharan, Mayil Peeli – Desh – Adi – N. Jaya – Madurai R. Muralidharan, Arivenayya – Atana – Adi – Madurai T. Sethuraman – Madurai R. Muralidharan, Sollavallayo Kiliye – Ragamalika – Rupakam – Nandini Anand – Priya Murle, Aadiyum Neeye – Karnataka Devagandhari – Adi – D. Divakaran – K. Sivaloganathan, Karunai Deivam – Khambhoji – Adi – D. Divakaran – K. Sivaloganathan, Netrandi Neerathil Neeradum – Huseni – Misra Chapu – Hari Prasad – Sri Ranjit, Ullam Urugum – Desh – Adi – Madurai T. Sethuraman – Madurai R. Muralidharan, Mookambika – Saramathi – Adi – Seetharama Sharma – Delhi V. Krishnamurthy, Ardhanariswaram – Ragamalika – Khandam – Seetharama Sarma – Delhi V. Krishnamurthy, Kumaragurupara – Saveri – Adi – Bhuvana Ravi – Balameera Chandra, Vasuda – Desh – Adi – Seetharama Sharma – Delhi V. Krishnamurthy.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-12 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 46 and 47: Oothukkadu Songs: Swagatham Krishna – Mohanam – Adi, Kanadha Adhisayam – Sriranjani – Adi, Neeradhasama – Jayanthasree – Adi, Brindavanilaye – Ritigowla – Adi, Vaduketparillaye – Ragamalika – Adi, Kallam Ariyadha – Amrithavarshini – Adi, Raghuraman Perumy – Nattakurunji – Adi, Vari Vihari – Kuntalavarali – Adi, Anandha Narthana – Nata – Adi, Sarasija Bhava Jaya – Kalyani – Adi, Naan Enna Thavam – Kamas – Adi, Vande Nanda Sunum – Kannada Maruva – Adi, Kannan Varugindra Neram – Kavadi Chindu – M Chapu, Nada Murali – Hamirkalyani – Adi, Aparam Nija – Kapi – K Chapu, Neelamalar – Vasantha – Adi and Varam Ondru – Shanmukhapriya – Adi. ** Vocal: Mala Shankar and Jaya Kumar ** Nattuvangam: J. Suryanarayanamurthy.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-11 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 41 to 44: Jathiswaram in 35 Thalas ** Vocal: Padmaseshadri Sisters ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-10 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 36 to 40: Thillanas in 35 Thalas ** Vocal and Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-09 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 33 to 35: Anandanadanam – Gambiranata – Adi, Marinthu (Varnam) – Kalyani – M Rupakam, Sharavanabhavane (Varnam) – Arabhi – Thisra Thriputa, Karmugil (Shabdam) – Ragamalika – Adi, Thillana – Vasantha – Adi, Ganapathi Kauthuvam – Nata – Adi, Bho Shambo – Revathi – Adi, Natanam Adinar – Vasantha – Adi, Nee Indha Maayam (Varnam) – Dhanyasi – Adi, Thillana – Revathi – Adi, Natesa Kauthuvam – Hamsadwani – Adi, Vadivelane (Varnam) – Abhogi – Adi, Jathiswaram – Bilahari – Adi, Shankara Srigiri – Hamsanandi – Adi and Thillana – Dhanyasi – Adi. ** Vocal: Shobana and Anuja-Ramamani ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-08 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 25, 26, 27 and 32: Pushpanjali – Hamsadwani – Adi, Varanamukha – Bilahari – Adi (Thisra), Neelamaa Mayil (Shabdam) – Ragamalika – M Chapu, Aananda (Varnam) – Keeravani – M Dhuva, Santha Swarupini – Amruthavarshini – Rupakam, Kolahala Narthanam – Hamsadwani – Adi, Kalam Kalamai – Ragamalika – Adi, Thillana – Yaman Kalyani – Adi, Om Suryabhagavan (Varnam) – Revathi – Chathusra Dhurva, Mallari – Nata – Sankeerana Triputa, Gangainadi – Brindavana – Adi, Ellai Ella – Amruthavarshini – Adi, Thillana – Kanada – M Chapu, Aadum Mayil (Varnam) – Sudha Danyasi – Adi, Pushpanjali – Amruthavarshini – Adi, Karunai Seitha (Varnam) – Natakurinji – Khanda Triputa, Govardhana (Shabdam) – Ragamalika – M Chapu and Varnam – Neethimathi – Sankeerana Triputa. ** Vocal: Roshini and Padmaseshadri Sisterers ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-07 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 28 to 31: Alarippu: Introduction, Thisragathi Thriputa, Chathusragathi Thriputa, Kandajathi Thriputa, Misrajathi Thriputa, Sankeernajathi Thriputa, Thisrajathi Jhampa, Chathusragathi Jhampa, Kandajathi Jhampa, Misrajathi Jhampa, Sankeernajathi Jhampa, Thisrajathi Dhurva Talam, Chathusrajathi Dhurva Talam, Kandajathi Dhurva Talam, Misrajathi Dhurva Talam, Sankeernajathi Dhurva Talam, Thisrajathi Matya Talam, Chathusrajathi Matya Talam, Kandajathi Matya Talam, Misrajathi Matya Talam, Sankeernajathi Matya Talam, Thisrajathi Rupaka Talam, Chathusrajathi Rupaka Talam, Kandajathi Rupaka Talam, Misrajathi Rupaka Talam, Sankeernajathi Rupaka Talam, Thisrajathi Eka Talam, Chathusrajathi Eka Talam, Kandajathi Eka Talam, Misrajathi Eka Talam, Sankeernajathi Eka Talam, Thisrajathi Ata Talam, Chathusrajathi Ata Talam, Kandajathi Ata Talam and Misrajathi Ata Talam. ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-06 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 21 to 24: Ganapathi Kauthuvam – Nata – Adi (Thisra), Vagunagareega – Ragamalika – M Chapu, Natanam Aadinar – Vasantha, Mandaragiri – Suriti, Idathupatham – Kamas – Adi, Nagumomu – Abheri – Adi, Omkara – Sri Ranjani – Adi, Thirupasundari – Chakravaham – M Chapu, Arulada – Desh – Thisra Eka, Indrenna – Behag – Adi, Thaye Un (Varnam) – Sankarabharanam – Ata (Thisra), Arabhi – Arabhi – Adi, Srimahalakshmi – Kambhoji – M Chapu, Masaru – Neelambari, Aananda Sayana (Varnam) – Mayamalava Gowla – Misra Jathi Ata, Gambeera Nadanam – Brindavana – Adi, Sarinigar – Anandabhairavi – M Chapu, Thillana – Bhimplas – Adi and Sadasiva Sankara (Varnam) – Thodi – K Chapu. ** Vocal: Kutralam V. Nagarajan ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-05 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 17 to 20: Arputha – Nata – Adi, Kalyana Sundareswari – Kalyani – M Chapu, Sollale – Vasantha – Adi, Thillana – Rasikapriya – Matye, Saravanabhava (Varnam) – Sriranjani – Dhurva Tisra, Thumbikai – Ghambeera Nata – Adi, Kanindarul – Ragamalika – M Chapu, Amutham – Behag – Adi, Kanavile – Sunadha Vinodhini – Adi, Mathavanai (Varnam) – Kharaharapriya – Thisra Ata, Thillana – Karna Ranjani – Adi, Vezha Mamugam – Nata – Adi, Raja Rajeswari – Abheri – M Chapu, Arumai – Hamsanandhi – Adi, Aaya Kalaigal – Mohanam – M Chapu, Kaana Vendum (Varnam) – Charukesi – Sankeerna Ata, Thillana – Thilang – Khanda Jathi Triputa, Siddhi Vinayakam – Hamsadwani – Adi, Swamiye Naan Undan (Varnam) – Nattakurunji – Adi, Meenakshi Thalattu – Neelambari – Khanda Eka, Kandane (Shabdam) – Ragamalika – M Chapu, Ulagampugazh – Ragamalika – Adi. ** Vocal: Kutralam V. Nagarajan, Randhini-Roshini and Madurai T. Sethuraman ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-04 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 13 to 16: Vinayaka – Gowla – Adi, Pushpanjali – Gambheeranata – Adi, Natesa Kauthuvam – Hamsadwani – Adi, Jathiswaram – Bilahari – Adi, Thillana – Chandrakouns – Adi, Aadinaye Kanna – Mohanakalyani – Adi, Konjum Salangai (Varnam) – Lathangi – Adi, Sivakama – Mukhari – Adi, Vinayaka – Hamsadwani – Adi, Kali Kouthuvam – Gowla – Adi, Netrandhi – Hussini – Adi, Devi Jagadeeshwari – Ragamalika – Adi, Saamiye Naan Undan (Varnam) – Natakurunji – Adi, Ananda Koothadum – Hamsanandi – Adi, Ganapathiye Arulvai – Nata – Adi, Murugan Kauthuvam – Shanmukhapriya – Adi, Ksheera Sagara – Devagandhari – Adi, Chinnanchiru – Ragamalika – Thisra Eka, Yen Palli – Mohanam – Adi, Nathar Mudi – Punnagavarali – Adi, Varugalamo – Manji – M Chapu, Bhavayami – Yeman – Khanda Eka, Thillana – Varamu – Adi, Gajavadana – Sriranjani – Adi, Brahma Sandhi – Madhyamavathi – Rupakam, Amba Saraswathi – Kalyani – M Chapu, Athvum Solluval – Sowrashram – Adi, Ethanai Sonnalum – Saveri – Adi and Sakhiye (Varnam) – Shankarabharanam – Adi. ** Vocal: Madurai T. Sethuraman and Nanaja Narayanan ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-03 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 9 to 12: Invocation – Gowla – Adi, Ananda Koothadinar – Rishabapriya – Adi, Navarasa Nilaye – Ragamalika – Adi, Samiyai Varasolla (Varnam) – Poorvikalyani – Adi, Pushpanjali – Gambheera Nata – Adi, Karpagavinayagane – Hamsadwani – Adi, Kan Thirandhu – Hamsanadam – Adi, Thevittada Thirunadanam – Kalyana Vasantham – Adi, Ganamisaittu (Varnam) – Ragamalika – Adi, Thillana – Vijayanagari – Adi, Ananthanatanam – Gowla – Adi, Mallari – Gambheera Nata – Adi, Sonnadenna – Charukesi – Adi, Thillana – Valaji – Adi, Samagana (Varnam) – Sapta Ragamalika – Adi, Invocation – Hamsadwani – K Chapu, Kalaivani (Pushpanjali) – Neethimathi – Adi (Thisra), Parka Parka – Kharaharapriya – M Chapu, Thillana – Thilang – Adi and Nanda Gopalan (Varnam) – Gowrimanohari – Adi. ** Vocal: Madurai T. Sethuraman and Kutralam V. Nagarajan ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-02 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 5 to 8: Invocation – Hamsadwani – Adi, Nataraja Kauthuvam – Ragamalika – Adi (Khanda Gathi), Ashtalakshmi Stuti – Ragamalika – Adi, Geethopadesam – Behag – Adi, Konjum Salangai (Varnam) – Lathangi – Adi, Thillana – Sindhubhairavi – Adi, Invocation – Sriranjani – Adi, Adum Mayil (Varnam) – Suddadhanyasi – Adi, Ullamurugum (Padam) – Desh – Adi, Adi Adi Magizhdar (Varnam) – Dharmavathi – Adi, Nanmugan Nayagi (Padam) – Saraswathi – Adi, Unnaiyandri – Chandrakouns – Adi, Pushpanjali – Vasantha – Adi, Ananda Alarippu – Natta – Sankeerna Triputa, Porpadam (Padam) – Sriranjani – Adi, Mayil Peeli (Padam) – Desh – Adi, Kavadi Chindu, Urumari (Varnam) – Shanmugapriya – Adi, Thillana – Amir Kalyani – Adi, Vishnu Kauthuvam – Adi, Alarippu – Thisra Eka, Kamakshi – Kharaharapriya – Adi, Varugalamo – Manji – M Chapu, Enneramum – Devagandhari – Adi, Sri Chakra Raja – Ragamalika – Adi and Thillana – Amirthavashini – Adi. ** Vocal: N. Jaya and Madurai T. Sethuraman ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Nrithyopasana – Part-01 [MP3]
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Nrithyopasana – Vol. 1 to 4: Invocation, Puahpanjali – Gambheera Nata – Adi, Ananda Nadamidum – Abhogi – Adi, Gajamukhana (Shabda ) – Ragamalika – M Chapu, Maaye (Varnam) – Simhendra Madhyamam – Adi, Thillana – Amrithavarshini – Adi, Pushpanjali – Gambheera Nata – Adi, Slokam & Anantha Narthana – Gambheera Nata – Adi, Theruvil Varano – Kamas – Thisra Eka, Thillana – Amrithavarshini – Adi, Senthil Mevum (Varnam) – Nelambari – Adi, Murugan Kauthuvam – Shanmukhapriya – Adi, Inimel Avarukum – Bhairavi – M Chapu, Krishna Nee Begane – Yaman Kalyani – M Chapu, Yaar Adinal – Charukesi – Adi, Arivenayya – Atana – Rupakam, Thillana – Revathi – Adi, Invocation – Gowla – Adi, Pushpanjali – Gambheera Nata – Adi, Muralidhara Kauthuvam – Arabhi – Adi, Thirupadam – Charukesi – Adi, Simhavahini (Varnam) – Ranjani – Adi and Thillana – Chandra Kouns – Adi. ** Vocal: Madurai T. Sethuraman ** Nattuvangam: Madurai R. Muralidharan.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Thillanas – Vol-3
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Thillanas: Hindolam – Adi – Delhi V. Krishnamurthi, Thilang – Adi – Madurai T. Sethuraman – Madurai R. Muralidharan, Poorna Chandrika – Adi – Hariprasad – Sri Ranjit, Dhanashree – Adi – Radha Badri – Pandanallur S. Pandian, Amrithavarshini – Adi, Yamunakalyani – Adi, Nalinakanti – Adi – Delhi V. Krishnamurthi, Revathi – Adi – Delhi V. Krishnamurthi and Kanada – Kanda Ekam – Nandini Anand – Priyamurli.

Bharata Natyam Songs – Kavthuvam – Vol-2
Kalavardhani's Bharata Natyam Songs Kavthuvam: Panchamurthy Kavuthuvam – Pancharagamalika, Dasaragamalika – Adi – K. Sivaloganathan – Malacode C. Divakaran, Nadana Kauthuvam – Revathi – Adi – K. Sivaloganathan – Malacode C. Divakaran, Muralidhara Kauthwam – Hamsadwani – Adi, Ganesha Kauthvam – Nattai – Adi – Balameera Chandra – Bhuvana Ravi, Natesa Kauthvam – Bhairavi – Adi – Balameera Chandra – Bhuvana Ravi, Murugan Kauthvam – Shanmugapriya – Adi – Madurai R Muralidharan – Madurai T. Sethuraman, Natesa Kauthvam – Hamsadwani – Adi – Madurai R. Muralidharan – Anuja.Ramamani, Ganapathi Kauthuvam – Nata – Adi – Madurai R. Muralidharan – Anuja, Ramamani and Kali Kauthvam – Gowla – Adi – Madurai R. Muralidharan – Madurai T. Sethuraman.