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Y Gee Mahendra – Irandam Ragasyam [DVD]
Y. Gee. Mahendra and Aishwariyaa in U A A’s latest blockbuster Play (by VENKAT) ** Dramatised and Directed by Y. Gee. MAHENDRA ** Thrills, Chills and Fun Galore ** Story and Dialogues: VENKAT ** Dramatisation and Direction: Y. GEE. MAHENDRA ** CAST: Y. Gee. Mahendra, Aishwariyaa, Brinda Suba Ganesh, Suppini, Jayakumar Raman, Prem with Rajamanickam, Babu and Nagarajan ** Duration: 2 Hrs.

Amrita Vahini – Violin [3 CDs]
Live Concert at Sri Krishna Gana Sabha ** This mesmerising violin duet by Lalgudi GJR Krishnan and Lalgudi Vijayalakshmi centre stage Tyagaraja, the guru of their ancestor — with a bow to Mutthuswami Dikshitar in the grand “Hariharaputram”. The siblings begin and end with father and guru Sri Lalgudi G Jayaraman’s varnam and tillana, both set to ragas unusual in choice – Hamirkalyani and Kalyanavasantam. In their emotive interpretation of evergreen tradition, the violinist duo establish their parampara, as also the essence of “Lalgudi aesthetics”. The perfect synchronisation of the twin instruments delights, and fertile imagination thrills, as strength of vidwat weds delicate refinement. Vijayalakshmi makes Kedaragowlai flow with the commanding force of a mountain stream, rippling and swirling across channels long and deep. Sentiment-soaked Kalyani shimmers across jaru glides, bearing the guru’s stamp, while also refracting Krishnan’s own intense raga vision. Notably, their music also demonstrates reverence for sahitya, as the strings unfailingly sing out every word — tone and syllable intact – not only in the kriti, but also in niraval, a singular feat in itself. More over, the Amritavahini gem (Srirama paadama) stands out for the unique modulation and nuancing effects of the Lalgudi bani. Playful Malayamarutam follows soulful Kalyani, as both violins revel in suddha swara sukham and glittering prayogas. The tanam dances on multiple strings. Even in the pallavi, set to a sprightly sankeerna chapu, amazing virtuosity never draws attention to itself, but serves to heighten the glow of bhava. The popular tukkadas cast the spell of romantic ragas. From start to finish, maestro Trichy Sankaran (Mridangam) and the brilliant KV Gopalakrishnan (Kanjira) provide invaluable support with rare sensitivity and perfect team spirit. Even their tani soundscape complements the rainbow glints of melody. What makes this album special is that all four artistes forget themselves as they lose themselves in the music they make together. ** Tracks: 1. Varnam – Hamir Kalyani – Adhi – Lalgudi G Jayaraman 2. Raanidhi Raadhu – Manirangu – Adhi – Tyagaraja 3. Hariharaputram – Vasantha – Khanda Ekam – Muthuswamy Dikshitar 4. Venuganaloluni – Kedaragaulai – Rupakam – Tyagarajar 5. Sri Rama Padhama – Amruthavahini – Adhi – Thyagaraja 6. Enduko nee manasu – Kalyani – Adhi – Thyagaraja 7. Ragam Tanam Pallavi – Malayamarutham – Sankirna chapu 8. Kaliyuga Varadan – Brindavani – Adhi – Periasamy Thooran 9. Baro Krishnayya – Ragamalaika – Adhi – Kanakadasa 10. Thillana Kalyanavasantham – Khanda chapu – Lalgudi G Jayaraman. ** Duration: 2 Hrs. 24 Mins.

Learn Ragas – Charulatha Mani [DVD]
Learn Ragas is a musical insight into certain important and typical ragas of Carnatic Classical Music. Charulatha Mani, popular Carnatic Vocalist is acknowledged world over as an expert on Ragas. In this video in her own lively and melodious style she outlines the salient features of the raga with the right grammar to put learners on the right track shares with us well know compositions in the raga as well as presents a piece in full to bring out the complete joy in this effort. Students and music lovers will love this offering for its simplicity, and user-friendly presentation. This video is completely in lucid English which makes it appealing to a wide spectrum of music lovers. ** Tracks: 1. Vathapi Ganapatim 2. Ramanatham 3. Rakshabettare 4. Kamalambam Bhajare 5. Kaddanuvariki 6. Mohanarama 7. Samaja 8. Tiruvadi Charanam

Slokas for Children – Rajeswari [MP3]
1. Prayer Song – Mooshika Vahana 2. Vakrathunda Mahakaya 3. Agajananapath Margam 4. Gajananam 5. Sree Ganesa Pancharathnam 6. Gana Ashtakam 7. Sree Rama Suprabhatham 8. Sree Rama Stothram 9. Sree Rama Bhujanga Ashtakam 10. Sree Vishnuho Sodasa Nama Sthothram 11. Sree Lalitha Pancharathnam 12. Sree Annapoorna Stothram 13. Sree Lakshmi Sthothram 14. Sree Saraswathee Sthothram 15. Sree Saradha Sthothram 16. Shyamala Navarathna Malika Sthothram

Lalgudi Jayaraman – Collectors Choice – Violin [3 CDs]
Varnam – Reetigowla – Ata – Veena Kuppayar – Tamil, Sri Mahaganapthyravatumam – Gowlai – Misra Chapu – Muthuswami Dikshithar – Sanskrit, Ora Chupu – Kannadagowla – Adi – Thyagaraja – Telugu, Gati Neevani – Thodi – Adi – Thyagaraja – Telugu, Mahitha – Kambhoji – Tisra Triputa – Thyagaraja – Telugu, Mokshamu – Saramathi – Adi – Thyagaraja – Telugu, Lalithe – Bhairavi – Adi – Thyagaraja – Telugu, Isa Pahimam – Kalyanai – Rupakam – Thyagaraja – Telugu, Devasri – Madhyamavathi – Misra Chapu – Thyagaraja – Telugu, Emi Neramu – Garudhwani – Adi – Garbhapurivasar – Telugu, Ragtam Tanam Pallavi – Shanmukapriya – Chatusra Ata, Pallavi – Ragamalika, Chittham Eppadiyo – Nadanamakriya – Misrachapu – Vedanayakam Pillai – Tamil, Adhi Neepai – Yamunakalyani – Adi – Dharmapuri Subbarayar – Telugu, Meera Bhajan (Lalgudi Jayaraman) – Patdeep – Adi – Meera – Hindi, Tillana (Lalgudi Jayaraman) – Sindhubhairavi – Adi – Lalgudi G.Jayaraman and Chandrasekara (Lalgudi Jayaraman) – Sindhubhairavi – Adi – Papanasam Sivan – Tamil.

Trichur Ramachandran – Navagraha Krithis
Navagraha Krithis [Sanskrit] of Muthuswami Dikshithar: Sri Navagraha Stotram – Vyasa Maharishi, Sooryamoorthe (Soorya) – Sourashtram – Chathusra Dhruvam, Chandram Bhajamaanasa (Chandra) – Asaveri – Chatusramatyam, Angarakamasrayamyaham (Angaraka) – Suruti – Rupakam, Budhamasrayami (Budha) – Nattakurinji – Misra Jampai, Brihaspathe (Brihaspathi) – Atana – Tisra Triputai, Sree Sukrabhagavantham (Sukra) – Paras – Khanda Ata Talam, Divakarathanujam (Sani) – Yadukula Kamboji – Adi, Smaramyaham (Raahu) – Ramapriya – Roopakam and Mahaasuram (Kethu) – Shanmukhapriya – Rupakam.

Manakkal Rangarajan – Manakkal Thriller
Vatapi Ganapathi – Hamsadwani – Adi – Muthuswami Dikshitar – Sanskrit, Nagumomu – Abheri – Adi – Thyagaraja – Telugu, Ka Va Vaa – Varali – Adi – Papanasam Sivan – Tamil, Ninuvina – Navrasakannada – Rupakam – Thyagaraja – Telugu and Evarura – Mohanam – Misrachapu – Thyagaraja – Telugu.

TR Subramanyam – Tamboori Meetidhava
Kannada Krithis of Purandara Dasa: Palisemma Muddhu – Sri Ranjani – Adi, Summane – Poorvi Kalyani – Adi, Ramakrishnaru – Thilang – Misrachapu, Tamboori Meetidhava – Sindhubhairavi – Adi, Taalabeku – Sri Ranjani – Adi, Odi Baarayya – Bhairavi – Adi, Ugabhoga – Hameerkalyani – Adi, Enna Kade – Neelambari – Kandachapu, Purandara Vittalana and Elay Manave – Revathi – Adi.

TV Gopalakrishnan – Maragada Mani
Manasu – Hamsadwani – Adi – Patnam Subramanya Iyer – Tamil, Parvathi Ninnune – Kalgada – Rupakam – Shyama Sastry – Sanskrit, Divakara Thanujam – Yadukula Kamboji – Adi – Muthuswami Dikshitar – Sanskrit, Teratijagarada – Goulipantu – Adi – Thyagaraja – Telugu, Maragadamani – Thodi – Adi – Lalitha Dasar – Tamil and Valaputala Padam – Atana – Misrachapu – Swathi Tirunal – Sanskrit.

Rhodonite Mala
Rhodonite helps to balance emotions and calm impatience. ** [“Rhodonite is a manganese inosilicate, (Mn, Fe, Mg, Ca) SiO3 and
member of the pyroxenoid group of minerals, crystallizing in the
triclinic system. It commonly occurs as cleavable to compact
masses with a rose-red color, often tending to brown because of
surface oxidation.” – Source:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhodonite ** This Rhodonite Mala
contains 108+1 Good Quality Round Beads. The Beads are strung in a
thread with knots in between. ** Bead Size: 8 mm [approx.] ** Mala Length: 48 cm [approx.]

Onyx Mala – Black [Faceted]
Onyx is used as a heart, kidney, nerve, capillary, hair, eye and nail strengthener. It helps one to have good sleep; helps to eliminate apathy, stress and neurological disorders; eliminates negative thinking; it is also believed to sharpen the wits of the wearer; said to bring spiritual inspiration. It is a great assistance in holding emotions and passions under control. ** [“Onyx is a cryptocrystalline form of quartz. The colors of its
bands range from white to almost every color (save some shades,
such as purple or blue). Commonly, specimens of onyx available
contain bands of colors of white, tan, and brown.” – Source:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onyx] ** This Onyx Mala contains 108+1 Good Quality Round Beads. The Beads are strung in a thread with knots in between. ** Bead Size: 7 mm [approx.] ** Mala Length: 45 cm [approx.]

Rudraksha – Quartz Crystal Mix Japa Mala [54 Beads]
54+1 Beads. The Beads are strung in a thread with knots in between. The Length of this Mala is about 20 cm [8″]. The size of the Bead is about 7 mm. Good Quality 5 Faces Ravadhar Rudraksha Beads and Round Inner Polished Quartz Crystal Beads are used in this mala.

Tulsi Sumarni Mala [27 Beads]
This Tulsi [Basil] Japa Mala contains 27+1 Beads which are strung in a thread with knots in between. The Length of this Mala is about 10 cm; Ivory is the colour of these Tulsi Beads. The mala must be worn inside so as to touch the body. Tulsi is Nature’s gift to mankind; it is a great natural healer. This represents Lord Vishnu, the symbol of purity. The wearer of this Mala gains health and peace.

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Athi Sundaram
Athi Sundaram

Ashta Dasa Supeetasthe
Ashta Dasa Supeetasthe

Ashta Murthim
Ashta Murthim

Aparajithe
Aparajithe

Anthakasura
Anthakasura

Ananthaya Sarvaya
Ananthaya Sarvaya

Anantha Padmanabham Ashraye
Anantha Padmanabham Ashraye

Anantha Padmanabham
Anantha Padmanabham

Anandamana Sangeetham
Anandamana Sangeetham

Anagham Akhilanda
Anagham Akhilanda

Ambika Nadham
Ambika Nadham

Ajam Haram
Ajam Haram

Adhithyam Devadi Devam
Adhithyam Devadi Devam

Venkatachalapathe
Venkatachalapathe

Lakshmi Varaham Bhajeham
Lakshmi Varaham Bhajeham

Ehi Annapurne
Ehi Annapurne

Balambike Pahi
Balambike Pahi

Balakrishnam Bhavayami
Balakrishnam Bhavayami

Avyaja Karuna Kadakshi
Avyaja Karuna Kadakshi

Arunachala Nadham
Arunachala Nadham

Annapurne Visalakshi
Annapurne Visalakshi

Anantha Balakrishna
Anantha Balakrishna

Ananda Natana Prakasam
Ananda Natana Prakasam

Ananadamrutha Karshini
Ananadamrutha Karshini

Anandeswarena
Anandeswarena

Amba Neelayathakshi
Amba Neelayathakshi

Akshaya Linga Vibho
Akshaya Linga Vibho

Akhilandeswaryai Namasthe
Akhilandeswaryai Namasthe

Akhilandeswaro Rakshathu
Akhilandeswaro Rakshathu

Akhilandeswari Raksha Maam
Akhilandeswari Raksha Maam

Abhiramim Akila
Abhiramim Akila

Aadhi Pureeswaram
Aadhi Pureeswaram

Virunthu Ondru
Virunthu Ondru

Thu Thu Thu Thu Yengal
Thu Thu Thu Thu Yengal

Theril Vandhano
Theril Vandhano

Sri Rama Jayame Jayam
Sri Rama Jayame Jayam

Podhum Podhum Kanna
Podhum Podhum Kanna

Nillamal Pogum Nilave
Nillamal Pogum Nilave

Neram Konjamum Illayo
Neram Konjamum Illayo

Nalla Thanamai Cholli
Nalla Thanamai Cholli

Mun Cheitha Thava Payane
It is due to the effect of penance done earlier that we are able to devote ourselves to Madhava, who gives salvation.

Kundrin Melitta Deepam
Kundrin Melitta Deepam

Kadainthale Thayir Kadainthale
Kadainthale Thayir Kadainthale

Ithanayum Poi Urakkam
Ithanayum Poi Urakkam

Ithanai Parivu Yendi
Ithanai Parivu Yendi

Gana Nayagan Thunai
He who wears the king of snakes as bangle in his hand, who is son of Lord Shiva and one who grants auspiciousness.

Aakka Poruthavarukku
Oh child, who was given by the lucky Devaki, Oh cowherd boy, who gives pure music by playing the flute.

Amudanukku Amudhootum
Oh river Yamuna, who feeds nectar like food to the nectar like boy.

Anjaneya Pancha Rathnam
Oh son of wind God, who has eyes like Sun God, Save me, Oh destroyer of sorrow of Sita, Oh pretty one, who helps one to cross the ocean of birth, Oh God, who brought the Sanjeevi Mountain like wind.

Ariven Arinthen
Is not Krishna, the good person, who steals butter from the butter hangs.

Avaraga Varuvaro
The songster in flute who attracts the entire world.

Ananda Poorna Bodoham [1]
I always perceive that I am full of joy.

Ananda Poorna Bodoham [2]
I perceive that I am full of divine joy, I perceive that I am full of joy, I am Shiva.

Brahmaivaham Khila
Am I not Brahman due to the mercy of the great Guru.

Poorna Bodhoham
I am the complete perception which is always joyous.

Thadwath Jeevitham Brahmani
The life is that of Brahman.

Thunga Tarange Gange Jaya
Victory to the Ganges with lofty waves, the Ganges with lofty waves.

Pahi Madana Gopala Mukunda
Protect me, Oh Madana Gopala, Oh Mukunda, Oh Hari, who looked after Muchukunda, Oh Mukunda, who looked after Muchukunda.

Dhanyoham Krishna
I am fortunate Krishna, Krishna, I am fortunate because of singing your names.

Ramanukku Mannan
He is the one who destroyed pride of Parasurama, He would definitely protect all of us, dear.

Indha Vibheeshanan
I have given this country of Lanka to this Vibheeshana.

Kanden Kanden Kanden Seethayai
I saw, I saw, I saw Sita, Oh Raghava. In the city of Lanka, which not even the devas have seen, I saw mother, who was given by Goddess Saraswathi.

Pooraya Mama
I again and again offer my salutations to you, Oh cowherd with eyes like petal of lotus.

Parama Karunaya
Oh Krishna, with great mercy look after me and fulfill the wishes of the mind of this devotee.

Mangalalaya Mamava Deva
My god, who is in auspicious temple, who sits on lotus flower, soaked in emotions.

Kshemam Kuru Gopala
Oh Lord, killer of Madhu, l desire that my mind becomes a bee hovering around your lotus like feet.

Kalaya Yasodhe Thava Balam
Oh Yasoda, take hold of your child, the wicked boy who is interested only in playing.

Jaya Jaya Srinivasa
Victory, victory to Sreenivasa. Victory to him who shines like Sun. Victory, victory to Srinivasa.

Govindamiha Gopika Anandam
Think of Govinda who is the joy of Gopis and with great joy we would see Mukunda.

Govinda Gataya Param
The son of Nanda who is saluted by many great sages and devas.

Govardhana Giridhara Govinda
Oh Govinda, who lifted Govardhana mountain, Oh Divine joy, who took care of Gokula.

Bala Gopala Krishna
Give me a body which looks like a blue cloud, As well as ever lasting joy.

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Vittala Kavacham
Vittala Kavacham

Vishnu Kavacham
I bow before the God Vishnu, who is personification of peace.

Vatha Pura Nadha Ashtakam
This extremely musical sounding prayer was composed by Sri Ganapathi Sastrigal, a disciple of Mannargudi Raja Sastrigal, when he was at Guruvayur.

Siddha Mangala Stotra
Sripada Sri Vallabha is considered as an incarnation of God Dathathreya. He was born at Pithapuram in Andhara Pradesh during thirteenth century. His father was Appala Raja Sharma and mother Sumathi. His devotees believe that he had holy marks in his feet. The incidents mentioned in each stanza of this prayer refer to incidents in his life.

Vishnu Sthuthi [Shiva Purana]
This is a rare stotra addressed to Lord Vishnu by the Devas after the killing of asura called Jalandhara which occurs in Shiva Purana.

Vishnu Sthuthi [Kandu Krutha]
Prayer to Lord Vishnu by Sage Kandu

Raghava Ashtakam
I salute the elephant like Raghava, who is of the Raghu clan, who is doer of mercy, who is served by sages, who is saluted by devas.

Oudhumbhara Paduka Stotram
The sandals of Datta are worshipped under the Oudhumbara tree.

Hayagreeva Kavacham
Let Hayagreeva protect my head and let my forehead be protected by one who is in the middle of the moon. Let the one with scientific vision protect my eyes and the soul of sound of Brahma protect my hearing.

Hayagreeva Sampada Stotra
Hayagreeva is a horse faced form of Lord Vishnu. There are several stories about the origin of this God. He is included in the minor incarnations of Lord Vishnu. It is known that he killed as asura called Hayagreeva who had a horse’s head. People who follow Vaishavism believe that he is the God of knowledge. This stotra is written by a great Savant belonging to the Dvaitha tradition.

Guruvayupuresa Pancha Rathnam
I salute the Lord of the temple built by wind God, who has an auspicious form and grants auspiciousness to people of Kali age, who is the ocean of mercy and who holds in his hand auspicious weapons like conch.

Guru Pavanesa Dasakam
Guru Marutpuradeesam

Datta Panjara
Om salutations to God Dathathreya, who is greatly serious, who lives in Vaikunta, who carries wheel, mace and spear, who sings using flute, who kills bad people, who looks after good people, who carries Narayana arrow, who has a divine form.

Datta Atharva Seersha
Let me meditate on the one who wears directions as apparel. Oh great saint, give me intellect, and let that Datha illuminate my mind.

Dattatreya Jaya Dattatreya
Victory to the divine soul, the ocean of mercy, Victory to God of universe. victory to him who wears the universe, Victory to Dathathreya, to Datha, to him who wears directions.

Dattatreya Dwadasa Nama Stotram
A great prayer written by sage Vasudevananda Saraswathi, who is incarnation of Dathathreya to his devotees.

Dattatreya Stotram [2]
I salute the personification of divinity, who is Dathathreya my favorite God, who is the soul of all.

Datta Stotram
Oh greatly intelligent Dathathreya, who was made from three in to one by Anasooya, Oh God of all devas, please stabilize my mind.

Datta Paduka Stotram
I salute my great Guru, who is immersed in divine bliss, who is divinely happy, who is unalloyed wisdom, who is beyond anything that is two.

Bhagavat Sthuthi
This great but small prayer is addressed to Lord Vishnu and occurs in Skanda Purana.

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Amrita Vahini – Violin [DVD]
Live Concert at Sri Krishna Gana Sabha ** This mesmerising violin duet by Lalgudi GJR Krishnan and Lalgudi Vijayalakshmi centrestages Tyagaraja, the guru of their ancestor — with a bow to Mutthuswami Dikshitar in the grand “Hariharaputram”. The siblings begin and end with father and guru Sri Lalgudi G Jayaraman’s varnam and tillana, both set to ragas unusual in choice – Hamirkalyani and Kalyanavasantam. In their emotive interpretation of evergreen tradition, the violinist duo establish their parampara, as also the essence of “Lalgudi aesthetics”. The perfect synchronisation of the twin instruments delights, and fertile imagination thrills, as strength of vidwat weds delicate refinement. Vijayalakshmi makes Kedaragowlai flow with the commanding force of a mountain stream, rippling and swirling across channels long and deep. Sentiment-soaked Kalyani shimmers across jaru glides, bearing the guru’s stamp, while also refracting Krishnan’s own intense raga vision. Notably, their music also demonstrates reverence for sahitya, as the strings unfailingly sing out every word — tone and syllable intact – not only in the kriti, but also in niraval, a singular feat in itself. More over, the Amritavahini gem (Srirama paadama) stands out for the unique modulation and nuancing effects of the Lalgudi bani. Playful Malayamarutam follows soulful Kalyani, as both violins revel in suddha swara sukham and glittering prayogas. The tanam dances on multiple strings. Even in the pallavi, set to a sprightly sankeerna chapu, amazing virtuosity never draws attention to itself, but serves to heighten the glow of bhava. The popular tukkadas cast the spell of romantic ragas. From start to finish, maestro Trichy Sankaran (Mridangam) and the brilliant KV Gopalakrishnan (Kanjira) provide invaluable support with rare sensitivity and perfect team spirit. Even their tani soundscape complements the rainbow glints of melody. What makes this album special is that all four artistes forget themselves as they lose themselves in the music they make together. ** Tracks: Varnam – Hamir Kalyani – Adhi – Lalgudi G Jayaraman, Raanidhi Raadhu – Manirangu – Adhi – Tyagaraja, Hariharaputram – Vasantha – Khanda Ekam – Muthuswamy Dikshitar, Venuganaloluni – Kedaragaulai – Rupakam – Tyagarajar, Sri Rama Padhama – Amruthavahini – Adhi – Thyagaraja, Enduko nee manasu – Kalyani – Adhi – Thyagaraja, Ragam Tanam Pallavi – Malayamarutham – Sankirna chapu, Kaliyuga Varadan – Brindavani – Adhi – Periasamy Thooran, Baro Krishnayya – Ragamalaika – Adhi – Kanakadasa and Thillana Kalyanavasantham – Khanda chapu – Lalgudi G Jayaraman. ** Duration: 2 Hrs. 24 Mins.

Patanjali Yoga Sutra – Chanting Guide [2 CDs]
Patanjali’s Yogasutra – A Chanting Guide in the Tradition of T Krishnamacharya ** Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram takes great pleasure in bringing to you this unique product that helps you to listen and learn how to chant the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali. The classical text of the Yogasutra is found by many students to be difficult to chant as the text does not give the phrases broken up into their constituent parts. One of the greatest contributions of T Krishnamacharya and TKV Desikachar has been the presentation of the entire text of the Yogasutra with the words of each sutra broken up to make it easier for the student to learn and recite the text. Further, since the Yogasutra is technically a Smrti and so may be recited in any manner, for the sake of uniformity among students of this teaching tradition, TKV Desikachar in consultation with his father and teacher, T Krishnamacharya notated the text in a specific manner. It is this system of notations that is followed faithfully in this rendition. Another unique aspect of this product is that it presents the Yogasutra in two modes. The audio CD offers the user the option of listening to the rendition of the sutra-s from all four chapters one after another. The MP3 disc presents the same rendition of the Sutra-s but with a gap after each sutra for the student to repeat that line in real time. This gap is given with 50% reduced audio volume so that the user can repeat each line using the support of the recorded version. A value addition to this product is the inclusion of the two traditional invocation prayers to Patanjali by Sage Vyasa and King Bhoja respectively and also T Krishnamacharya’s Adisesha Astakam, a beautiful poem in eight verses, presented as an ode to Adi Sesha, whose incarnation Patanjali is believed to be. ** Chanting: Padmini Narendran and Shobana Srinivasan ** Faculty: Department of Healing Chants, Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram ** Concept and Coordination: Nrithya Jagannathan, Head, KYM-Media ** Tracks on CD and MP3 disc: 1. Invocation to Patanjali (Sage Vyasa) 2. Invocation to Patanjali (King Bhoja) 3. T Krishnamacharya’s Adisesha Astakam 4. Samadhi Padah 5. Sadhana Padah 6. Vibhuti Padah 7. Kaivalya Padah ** Disc-1: Audio CD: 46 Mins. * Disc-2: MP3 CD: 1 Hour 33 Mins.

Chellame Chellam – Tamil – Vol-9 – Kuzhandai Paadalgal [DVD]
1. Kurangu Kalyanam 2. Yaanai 3. Kaykarikal 4. Anil 5. Ammaadi 6. Nam Aasiriyar 7. Raajaathi Raajaa 8. Vaaraayo Kannaa 9. Osai 10. Viral 11. Milaku 12. Arivulla Kakam 13. Machchan 14. Athi Mara Kili 15. Maalish 16. Puthandu 17. Pappaa 18. Unavu 19. Rayil 20. Erumbu

Chellame Chellam – Tamil – Vol-8 – Kuzhandai Paadalgal [DVD]
1. Thaththa 2. Aattu Kutti 3. Vava Kiliye 4. Kudu Kudu Poonai 5. Anile Anile 6. Enke Kavalai 7. Deepavali 8. Seetha Raman 9. Chiriya Chedi 10. Kanavu 11. Kakam 12. Enkal 13. Kannan 14. Kuthirai 15. Erumbu 16. Penn Puraa 17. Vatta Nilavu 18. Kaalangal 19. Ondru Irandu 20. Yaanai

Chellame Chellam – Tamil – Vol-7 – Kuzhandai Paadalgal [DVD]
1. Kizhamaikal 2. Kundu Yaanai 3. Anil 4. Mazhai 5. Kakka Kakka 6. Kalla Punai 7. Pachchadi 8. Chittu Kuruvi 9. Muttaal Nayi 10. Pandigai 11. Chinna Chittu 12. Udal Uruppukal 13. Azhagu Penn 14. Kaladi Aattam 15. Bhalu Thathaa 16. Nell 17. Erumpum Puraayum 18. Paanai Vayiru 19. Thirudan Police 20. Saththunavu

Bharata Natyam – Essence of Meditation [2 DVDs]
Essence of Life is a multi-media prodcution; literally an effort across all media through the evocative medium of Indian classical dance. Prominent artists from established dance traditions across the sub-continent, north India’s Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Mohiniattam from the South and Odissi from the eastern parts, come together to bring to life contemporary Indian thought in an engaging manner. Episodes from myths and epics have always been the staple of classical dance in temples and later in its performance spaces for centuries. This is the very first time that the ideas of a modern Indian thinker, Jiddu Krishnamurti are brought to life on stage for a contemporary and sophisticated global audience. Classical dance has always been the preferred medium when it comes to articulating sublime concepts because subtleties are an integral part of its vocabulary. Through the unique combination of high art and high – tech. Essence of Life brings you an experience that is enchanting, life affirming and invigorating all at the same time. ** Dancers: Pali Chandran, Smitha Madhav, Masako Ono, Rashmi Menon and Prateeksh Kashi ** Singers: Varija Venugopal, Pandir Sanjeev Abhaankar, Sangeetha, Suraj Santhosh, Pandi Raghunadan Panishikar, Lalitha, Shareth, Saindhavi and Padmasri Hariharan ** Lyricists: Sri. K. Prasanna and Dr. Thiagarajan Composers and music director: D.A. Srinivas and B.Sivarama Krishna Rao. ** Composers and Music Director: D.A.Srinivas and B.Sivarama Krishna Rao ** Language: Tamil ** Duration: Disc-1: 1 Hour 10 Mins. * Disc-2: 16 Mins.

Cho – Thuglak 44th Anniversary [DVD]
Cho’s Thuglak 44th Anniversary ** This DVD presents you 44th Anniversary function of Cho’s Thuglak Magazine [January 14, 2014] ** Format: NTSC – All Regions * Language: Tamil

Bolava Vitthal – Ranjani-Gayatri
Marathi Abhangs from Live Concert: 1. Roop Pahata – Maru Behag – Sant Gnyaneshwar 2. Sadaa Mathe Dola – Misra Makauns – Sant Tukaram 3. Janmo Janmi – Deshkar – Sant Eknath 4. Sakha Matha Narayan – Lalith – Swami Swaropananda 5. Raam Naam Mahantha – Jinjhuti – Sant Tukaram 6. Bhoot Mote – Chandrakauns 7. Dhanya Dhanya – Durga – Sant Eknath 8. Bolava Vithal – Bhatiyar – Sant Tukaram

Ultimate Collection – Balamuralikrishna [MP3]
1. O Rama Sreerama – Karaharapriya – Adi 2. Dudukugala – Goula – Adi 3. Ehitrijaga – Saranga – Chapu 4. Sree Rama – Neelambari – Jhampe 5. Laalilayya – Kedaragowla – Jhampe 6. Raghunandana – Kedaragowla – Rupakam 7. Eela Nee Dayatadhu – Atana – Adi 8. Amma Raavamma – Kalyani – Khandachapu 9. Aparadhamulu – Rasali – Adi 10. Ettiyochanalu – Kiravani – Adi 11. Emi Neramu – Sankarabaranam – Adi 12. Allakalloamayanmma – Sauraashtram – Adi 13. Ennadu Jutuno – Kalaavathi – Adi 14. Aparaama Bakthi – Panthuvarali – Rupakam 15. Kanukonu Sowkya – Nayaki – Rupakam 16. Kalala Nerchina – Deepikam – Adi 17. Anuragamuleni – Saraswathi – Rupakam 18. Evvare Ramayya – Ganeyabhushani – Adi 19. Kamalapathakula – Brindavanisarang – Adi 20. Bhajana Seya Rada – Atana – Rupakam 21. Palukavemi – Purnachnadrika – Adi 22. Manasaetulo – Malayamarutham – Rupakam 23. Banturitikolu – Hamsanadam – Adi 24. Ranidi Radu – Manirangu – Adi 25. Endaro Mahanubhavulu – Sri – Adi

Ekanta – TM Krishna [3 CDs]
A CONCERT FEATURING THE VOICE ** ”As we listen to our voice, we become aware of the meaning behind every musical sound, every movement, every pause and every breath. This opens us to the world of pure music. This music is in every person and we understand it only if we understand our voice, the ‘first messenger’. In singing, the musician discovers music, voice and, with utter clarity, the person within.” – Excerpt from ‘A Southern Music: The Karnatik Story’ authored by Vidvan T. M. Krishna, published by Harper Collins. ** This is a live concert that took place at the Musiri Chambers on June 17, 2012. ** Tracks: 1. Enduku Peddalavale – Shankarabharanam – Adi – Tyagaraja 2. Vina pustaka dharinim – Vegavahini – Khanda Eka – Muttusvami Dikshitar 3. Janakipate – Kharaharapriya – Adi – Papanasam Sivan 4. Meragadu (padam) – Sahana – Tisra Triputa – Kshetrajna 5. Parvati ninnu – Kalgada – Adi (Tisra gati) – Shyama Shastri 6. Entatikuluke (Javali) – Kalyani – Rupakam – Dharmapuri Subbarayar 7. Kamakshi – Bhairavi Svarajati – Mishra Chapu – Shyama Shastri 8. Kara charana krtam – Shlokam – Ragamalika – Kamavardhani, Surati, Sriranjani ,Mohanam, Saurashtram, Kambhoji 9. Marubari (javali) – Kamas – Adi – Dharmapuri Subbarayar 10. Raga Alapana – Begada 11. Entavedukondu – Sarasvati manohari- Adi – Tyagaraja 12. Tatvajjivatvam – Kiravani – Adi – Sadashiva Brahmendra (Tuned by Semmangudi Srinivasier)

Wedded to Violin – Kanyakumari [DVD]
Brinda Venkataramanan and Shanmukhapriya presents WEDDED TO THE VIOLIN. This DVD is a visual tribute to the musical prowess and ingenuity of Kumari A. Kanyakumari, one of the top most female violin Vidhmasinis of India. Be it is as a soloist or an accompanist or a guru or an innovator, this living legend is adept in surpassing her own precious bench marks. This dvd copiously unfurls both the finesse and the intricacies encompassed in THE KANYA STYLE of melodious playing and silken bowing which make the violin sing in her skillful hands. Her scintillating musical ensembles in NADHA NEERAJANAM at Thirumala as also her breath taking 3000 violin concert under the auspices of ART OF LIVING portray her inimitable creativity and leadership qualities. She has also been generous in imparting knowledge and the impressive array of star violin performers who have been blessed by her tutelage stand testimony to the glory of her Sishya Parampara. Her achievements have many ‘Firsts’ including that of being the first female violin artist to perform abroad as early as in 1976. This DVD contains direct narration from the legend herself as also valuable inputs from stalwarts in the world of music, musicologists and her own disciples interspersed with her lilting music. Smt. Brinda Venkataramanan, Shanmukapriya who has taken the initiative of producing this DVD is herself an accomplished Carnatic musician being the disciple of Vidwan Thanjavur S.Kalyanaraman. It is her life mission to serve the cause of Carnatic Music through her Shanmukapriya Trust. SUNAADHA VINODHAN and AHEAD OF HIS TIMES – the two DVDs that she produced as a mark of reverence to her Guru spread his musical glory among the musicians and rasigas of the current era. The host of music festivals conducted by the trust throughout the year exemplify her passion for preserving the sanctity of our classical music. Shri S. B. Khanthan who has written and directed this DVD on Kumari A.Kanyakumari has to his credit an impressive array of such works on Carnatic Veterans like Shri GNB, Smt. Brindamma, Lalgudi Shri S.Jayaraman, Ramnad Shri Krishnan, Umayalpuram Shri K.Sivaraman, Thanjavur Shri S. Kalyanaraman, Shri S.Rajam, Chitraveena Shri Ravikiran and Shri T.M.Krishna. This Chartered Accountant by qualification also directs Corporate Films, Advertisements and stage and TV shows of Shri Crazy Mohan. ** Duration: 1 Hrs. 31 Mins.

Arabian Nights – Part-2 [DVD]
1. Prologue 2. Aladdin and Magician 3. Aladdin and the Lamp 4. Return of the Magician ** Arabian Nights is a collection of West and South Asian Stories compiled in Arabic. The main frame story concerns a Persian king, Shahryar and his new bride, Scheherazade. On every Night Scheherazade tells the king a tale, but does not end it. The king, curious about the stories end, thus postpones her execution in order to hear the conclusion. The tales vary widely – historical tales, love stories, tragedies and comedies. You can enjoy in this DVD one of the famous stories “Alladin and Wonderful Lamp”. ** Format: NTSC – ALL Regions ** Language: English and Tamil ** DVD Video with 5.1 Surround Sound

Arabian Nights – Part-1 [DVD]
1. Prologue 2. A Merchant and Genie 3. Old Man and the Gazelle 4. Two Dogs and the Old Man ** Arabian Nights is a collection of West and South Asian Stories compiled in Arabic. The main frame story concerns a Persian king, Shahryar and his new bride, Scheherazade. On every Night Scheherazade tells the king a tale, but does not end it. The king, curious about the stories end, thus postpones her execution in order to hear the conclusion. The tales vary widely – historical tales, love stories, tragedies and comedies. ** Format: NTSC – ALL Regions ** Language: English and Tamil ** DVD Video with 5.1 Surround Sound

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Vaibhavam 2012 – Ranjani-Gayatri [11 CDs Pack]
Concert-1 [3 CDs]: Accompanists: B. U. Ganeshprasad (Violin), Delhi Sairam (Mridangam) and K. V. Gopalakrishnan (Kanjira): Brahma Gana Sabha, Sivagami Pethachi Auditorium on 08-12-2012: 1. Varnam – Kedaragowla – Adi – Tiruvottiyur Tyagayyar 2. Appan Avadarita – Karaharapriya – Adi – Papanasam Sivan 3. Marakoti Sundari – Bahudari – Adi – G N Balasubramanian 4. Nannu Brovu Lalita – Lalita – Misra Chapu – Shyama Sastri 5. Madyamavati Alapana – Madhyamavati – 6. Ramakatha – Madhyamavati – Adi – Tyagaraja 7. Garudagamana – Nagaswarali – Rupakam – Patnam Subramania Iyer 8. Ragam Tanam Pallavi – Kantamani – Chatusra Triputa – Khanda Nadai – 9. Viruttam – Ragamalika – Arunagirinadhar followed by Kaliyuga Varadan – Brindavana Saranga – Adi – Periaswami Thooran 10. Abhang – Deshkar – Eka – Sant Eknath 11. Mangalam ** Concert-2 [2 CDs]: Accompanists: H. N. Bhaskar (Violin), N. Manoj Siva (Mridangam) and B. S. Purushottam (Kanjira): Thyaga Brahma Gana Sabha, Vani Mahal on 15-12-2012: 1. Varnam – Pantuvarali – Adi – Shatkala Narasayya 2. Sri Guruguha – Suddha Saveri – Rupakam – Muthuswamy Dikshitar 3. Manasuloni – Hindolam – Adi – Tygaraja 4. Edaiyya Gati – Chalanattai – Adi – Koteeswara Iyer 5. Swamikku Sarievvare – Kedaragowlai – Misra Chapu – Papanasam Sivan 6. Patti Viduvaradu – Manjari – Adi – Tyagaraja 7. Ragam Tanam Pallavi – Mohanakalyani – Misra Jhampa – 8. Pagaivanukku Arulvai – Ragamalika – Adi – Tisra Nadai – Subramania Bharati 9. Abhang – Maru Behag – Eka – Namdev 10. Mangalam ** Concert-3 [3 CDs]: Accompanists: H. N. Bhaskar (Violin), Manoj Siva (Mridangam) and N. Guruprasad (Ghatam): Narada Gana Sabha, Sadguru Gnanananda Hall on 23-12-2012: 1. Varnam – Surutti – Adi – Tiruvottiyur Tyagayya 2. Parvati Nayaka – Bowli – Adi – Swati Tirunal 3. Kanden Kali – Kalyani – Rupakam – Gopalakrishna Bharati 4. Annapoorne – Sama – Adi – Muthuswamy Dikshitar 5. Koluvaiyunnade – Bhairavi – Adi – Tyagaraja 6. Karpaga Manohara – Malayamarutam – Khanda Chapu – Papanasam Sivan 7. Ragam Tanam Pallavi – Manavati – Tisra Triputa – Khanda Nadai – 8. Viruttam – Ragamalika – Nammazhwar, Periazhwar followed by Oruthi Maganai – Behag – Adi – Andal 9. Abhang – Misra Malkauns – Eka – Tukaram ** Concert-4 [3 CDs]: Accompanists: B. U. Ganeshprasad (Violin), H. S. Sudhindra (Mridangam) and Sivarama Krishnan (Ghatam): Mylapore Fine Arts on 28-12-2012: 1. Varnam – Kalyani – Adi – Ramanathapuram Srinivasa Iyengar 2. Palaya Madhava – Asaveri – Adi – Swati Tirunal 3. Makelara – Ravichandrika – Adi – Tyagaraja 4. Endraikku – Mukhari – Misra Chapu – Neelakanta Sivan 5. Karikalabha – Saveri – Rupakam – Muthuswamy Dikshitar 6. Yagnadulu – Jayamanohari – Adi – Tyagaraja 7. Ragam Tanam Pallavi – Nasikabhooshani – Tisra Triputa – Tisra Nadai – 8. Viruttam – Ragamalika – Sekizhar followed by Andavan Darisaname – Jonpuri – Adi – Harikesanallur Muthaiah Bhagavatar 9. Abhang – Chandrakauns – Eka – 10. Mangalam

Nandini – Aliveni – Swathi Tirunal Padams
N. J. Nandini is a rising star in the Carnatic music horizon today. Endowed with an enviable comprehension and a rare insight into Carnatic music’s various esoteric depths and facets, she brings out music that delights the common audience and connoisseurs all at once. Her mellifluous voice coupled with a profound understanding of aesthetics is sure to catapult her into a top ranking musician in the coming years for which this album is both a testimony and a forerunner. The highlight of this product is the tuneful Dasar Padas rendered poignantly by Nandini along with the splendid orchestration using a variety of instruments by the well known musician and composer Kudamaloor Janardanan. ** Tracks: 1. Alarshara Parithapam – Suruti – Misra Chapu 2. Kanthanodu Chennu Melle – Neelambari – Rupakam 3. Manasi Dussahamayyo – Ahiri – Misra Chapu 4. Kinthu Cheyvu Njan – Kalyani – Rupakam 5. Tharuni Njan – Dvijavanthi – Misra Chapu 6. Aliveni – Kurunji – Misra Chapu ** Language: Tamil ** Duration: 37 Mins.

Nandini – Hari Smaranam – Dasar Padams
N. J. Nandini is a rising star in the Carnatic music horizon today. Endowed with an enviable comprehension and a rare insight into Carnatic music’s various esoteric depths and facets, she brings out music that delights the common audience and connoisseurs all at once. Her mellifluous voice coupled with a profound understanding of aesthetics is sure to catapult her into a top ranking musician in the coming years for which this album is both a testimony and a forerunner. The highlight of this product is the tuneful Dasar Padas rendered poignantly by Nandini along with the splendid orchestration using a variety of instruments by the well known musician and composer Kudamaloor Janardanan. ** Tracks: 1. Jagadodharana – Kapi – Adi – Purandara Dasar 2. Ragi Thandira – Surya – Adi (Tisra Gathi) – Purandara Dasar 3. Karedare Bara – Svarasammodini – Adi – Kamalesha Vittala 4. Yadavaraya – Ragamalika – Adi – Kanaka Dasar 5. Naneke Badavanu – Behag – Kanda Chapu – Purandara Dasar 6. Ramakrishnaru – Thilang – Adi (Tisra Gathi) – Purandara Dasar 7. Baro Krishnayya – Ragamalika – Adi – Kanaka Dasar 8. Hari Smarane – Yamun Kalyani – Adi – Purandara Dasar ** Language: Tamil ** Duration: 55 Mins.

Vishakha Hari – Harikatha – Venkatesha Vaibhava [MP3]
Live at Devagiri Sri Venkateshwara Temple, Bangalore in association with Sri Rama Lalitha Kala Mandira, Bangalore. ** Tracks: 1. Harikathasravana – Ughabhoga in Kannada – Purandaradas – Sindubairavi 2. VenkatachalaNilayam – Sindubairavi – Purandaradas – Adi 3. Nanati Badugu – Revathi – Annamacharya – Adi 4. Brahma Kadigina – Mukhari – Annamacharya – Adi 5. SeshachalaNayakam – Varali – Muthuswamy Dikshithar – Rupakam 6. Srinivasa – Hamsanandi – Papanasam Sivan – Adi 7. Devesha – Saveri – Polagam Vijayagopal Yathi – Rupakam 8. Mudhdhu Gare – Kurunji – Annamcharya – Adi 9. Kandena – Chandrakouns – Purandaradas – Adi 10. Gadya – Arabhi, Hindolam, Surutti, Karaharapriya – KrishnaPremi Swamigal 11. Srinivasa – Karaharapriya – Papanasam Sivan – Rupakam 12. Thirupathi Venkataramana – AhirBhairav – Purandaradas – Tisra Gathi Adhi 13. Jo Achyuthananda – Kapi – Annamaiya – Kanda Chapu 14. Bhavayami – Yamunakalyani – Kanda Chapu – Annamacharya 15. Lakshmi Kalyana – Kurunji – Tisra Nada – Sri Krishnapremi Swamigal 16. Lali Sri Venkatesha – Kurunji – Kanda Chapu – Sri Krishnapremi Swamigal 17. Shobanam Lakshmi – Madyamavathi – Adi – Sri Krishnapremi Swamigal 18. Nee nama rupamunagu – Sourashtram – Adi – Thyagaraja ** Language: Tamil ** Duration: 3 Hrs. 30 Mins.

Bharatanatyam – Uddava Gita – Bala Devi Chandrashekar [DVD]
Sangam Festival presents the Nritya Upachara Series ** Uddava Gita – The Last Message of Lord Krishna ** Synthesized from chapter XI of Srimad Bhagavatham Uddava Gita ** Act-1: The Five Gurus, Act-2: Hamsavatara, Act-3: Bhakti Yoga and Act-4: Bhakti Yoga Satsang ** Bala Devi Chandrashekar is a much sought after artist, who infuses her skillful and scholarly style with impeccable technique and grammar. Bala Devi’s renditions showcase her intense research, rich creativity and wholistic vision, successfully engaging a diverse audience worldwide. ** The Hindu: “Must see for those who follow music, dance or spiritualism” ** Language: Tamil ** Duration: 1 Hrs. 40 Mins.

Fabulous Eleven – KJ Vijay – Flute
1. Kanda Naal Mudhal – S. Chidambaram 2. Bho Shambo – Dayaananda Saraswati 3. Broohi Mukundeti – Sadasiva Brahmendra 4. Radha Sametha Krishna – Udumalai Narayanakavi 5. Alaipayuthey – Oothukkadu Venkatasubbaiyer 6. Chinnanchiru Kiliye – Subramanya Bharathi 7. Venkatachala Nilayam – Purandaradasa 8. Brahmam Okate – Annamacharya 9. English Note – Traditional 10. Kurai Ondrum Illai – Rajaji 11. Bhagyada Lakshmi – Purandaradasa

Mantra Bracelet – Om Namah Shivaya [Polished]
This Bracelet is made of Brass, Copper and White Metal [Polished
Copper Alloy].

Tulsi Mala – 10 mm
This Tulsi [Basil] Mala contains 108+1 Beads which are strung in a thread with knots in between. The Length of this Mala is about 50 cm; Ivory is the colour of these Tulsi Beads. The mala must be worn inside so as to touch the body. Tulsi is Nature’s gift to mankind; it is a great natural healer. This represents Lord Vishnu, the symbol of purity. The wearer of this Mala gains health and peace.

Tulsi Mala – 6 mm
This Tulsi [Basil] Mala contains 108+1 Beads which are strung in a thread with knots in between. The Length of this Mala is about 32 cm; Ivory is the colour of these Tulsi Beads. The mala must be worn inside so as to touch the body. Tulsi is Nature’s gift to mankind; it is a great natural healer. This represents Lord Vishnu, the symbol of purity. The wearer of this Mala gains health and peace.

Bharatanatyam – Poetry of Dance – Lakshmi Vishwanathan [DVD]
POETRY OF DANCE is a beautifully photographed short film on Bharatanatyam, the dance of South India which has a thousand year old history. The film captures the essential features of this dance set in the colorful landscape of South India with temples, homes and the scenery of tropical splendor. The film can be described as a cultural travelogue too. Speaking of the historic place the dance holds in India, the film shows the dance in all its variety with chosen numbers from the traditional repertoire. Scenes of basic training in a Gurukul, are followed by demonstrations of the language of gesture and movement. The expert dancer Lakshmi unfolds choice numbers like the dance of Shiva, a Varnam, an ode to Krishna, a playful Javali and a vibrant Thillana. She also demonstrates the nine emotions or Navarasa. This film is a quick guide to understanding Bhartanatyam. The viewer’s experience of Dance is complete in this film with resonant music and a perfect commentary. This is a must for dance enthusiasts, students, and tourists who wish to take home a perfect souvenir of Indian culture. ** Language: English * Duration: 47 Mins.

Vishakha Hari – Ambuja Ramayana [DVD]
Live at the Music Academy ** Smt. Vishakha Hari presents Ambuja Ramayana – Ramayana through the compositions of Smt.Ambujam Krishna along with the apt slokas from Valmiki Ramayana. These compositions mainly in Tamil are filled with devotion and elegance. Smt. Vishakha Hari takes us through the important incidents in the Ramayana using the above. Rama’s nobility, Sita’s chastity, Bharatha’s true love, Vibhishana’s surrender as well as Ravana’s egoistic attitude are well portrayed through this blend of music and narration. ** Tracks: 1. Karpar Iramabiranai – Pasuram – Valaj 2. Kodandapanikkinai – Valaj – Rupakam 3. Thyagaraja Swami – Atana – Adi 4. Tharakam – Thodi – Rupakam 5. Aravindapadamalar – Kapi – Adi 6. Jagathinai – Yamunakalyani – Adi 7. Varuvay – Behag – Adi 8. Annal Ramachandranudan – Navaroj – Kanda Chapu 9. Kolam Kaana varir – Nattaikurunji – Adi 10. Kanbadeppodenaiyyane – Bilahari – Adi 11. Aravinda Lochanane -Neethimathi – Adi 12. Kaho Rama Nama – Bagesri – Tisra Adi 13. Janaki Vallabhaya – Dharmavathy – Misra Chapu 14. Enthai Nee Irukka – Mohanakalyani – Adi 15. Punnagai – Hamsanandi – Adi ** Language: Tamil * Duration: 2 Hrs. 55 Mins.

Baradwaj Raman – Veena Wizard [2 CDs]
Baradwaj Raman is among the few leading young Carnatic Vainikas today. He was five years old when his illustrious grandfather Padma Bhushan Veena Virtuoso S.Balachander passed away. However, his inspired musical creativity is pure SB Bani. Initially a student of Smt Padmavathi Ananthagopalan, from a tender age, Baradwaj as a performing artiste, takes audiences down nostalgia lane, bringing back memories of classicists of a bygone era with the intensity of his music. In this concert recorded live before an invited studio audience, Baradwaj is accompanied by Vijay Natesan on the mridangam and Chandrashekara Sharma on the Ghatam. ** Tracks: 1. Sree Maha Gana – Gowla – Misra Chapu – Muthuswami Dikshitar 2. Sarasiruhasana Priye – Natai – Aadi – Puliyur Doraiswamy Iyer 3. Tera Teeyaga Rada – Gowlipanthu – Aadi – Tyagaraja 4. Manasu Nilpa – Abhogi – Aadi – Tyagaraja 5. Sri Narada – Kaanada – Rupakam – Tyagaraja 6. Palinchu Kamakshi – Madhyamavati – Aadi – Syama Sastri 7. Ramachandram – Vasantha – Rupakam – Muthuswami Dikshitar 8. Rishabhapriya (62 Melakarta) Ragam 9. Ghana Naya – Rishabhapriya – Aadi – Koteeswara Iyer 10. Sri Venkata – Suruti – Aadi – Muthuswami Dikshitar 11. Meevalla – Kaapi – Kanta Chapu – Tyagaraja 12. Krishna Nee – Yamuna Kalyani – Misra Chapu – Vyasaraya 13. Pavamana – Sourashtram – Aadi – Tyagaraja.

Sai Gurunathane
1. Om Namo Saayeeshwara 2. Shirdi Baba 3. Saayi Saranam Bhagavane 4. Jenma Jenma 5. Ariraaro Saayinathane 6. Guruvaha Arul Cheyyum 7. Shirdi Thedi Varum 8. Arular Amuthane 9. Sri Saayi Babaa Unai Paadum 10. Aadi Mudal Porul ** Sung by Rahul and Charumati Sankar Iyer.

Balakrishna Sastrigal – Harikatha – Sathguru Thiagaraja Charithram [MP3]
Harikatha Sathguru Thiagaraja Charithram By Brahmasri T. S. Balakrishna Sastrigal – Live Performance in USA- Soul stirring rendering of Thiagaraja Kritis with Shri T S Valleesan ** Kritis of Sathguru Thiagaraja were not merely his compositions but his soulful interactions with Lord Rama at various stages of his life. Brahmasri T S Balakrishna Sastrigal for whom the Saint composer and his kritis were closest to heart, narrates his life, vividly unfurling the real situations in which each of these Kriti gems were carved. In this live performance before an august gathering several decades ago Brahmasri TSB in tune with his younger brother Shri T S Valleesan transfixes the spirits of listeners to a fresh energy level. ** On Brahmasri T. S. Balakrishna Sastrigal (1919-2003): Born in Thiruvidaimaruthur, near Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu, he began performing at the age of 23 and held sway over Harikatha Kalakshebam for over 6 decades. A former senior executive of State Bank of India, his very name was synonymous with this traditional art of story-telling. With an amazing and unmatched command over the Vedas, Puranas, Sastras, classical music and a score of languages, he held the audience spell-bound with his flair, fervour, felicity of expression and a resonant voice. Among the countless titles and honors that were conferred on him, the title “Harikatha Rathnakara” bestowed on him by both the Paramachariyals of Kamakoti and Sringeri peetams simultaneously at Asthika Samaj, Chennai in the year 1966 stands out. Sangeetha Nataka Academy, Delhi honored him in1993. Music Academy, Chennai conferred on him the Sangeetha Kala Acharya Award in 1997. Tamil Nadu Government bestowed on him the Kalaimaamani title in 1972. ** Duration: 2 Hrs. 42 Mins.

Palan Tharum [Pini Theerkkum] Thiru Murai Thiru Padhigangal [MP3]
1. Munnurai 2. Thiruneetru Padhigam 3. Chadaiyayi Enumaal 4. Maasil Veenaiyum 5. Kolaru Padhigam 6. Kan Kaattum Nuthalaanum 7. Kootraayinavaaru 8. Thalaye Nee Vanangaai 9. Maraiyudaiyaayi 10. Vaasi Theerave 11. Idarinum Thalarinum 12. Ondru Kolaam 13. Chotrunai Vediyan 14. Avvinaikku Ivvinai 15. Neyyum Paalum ** Sung by Veeramani Kannan ** Please refer to Inlay Card Image for more details.

Injukudi Subramaniyam – Sankararapanam [Nadaswaram]
Saravana Bhava – Sudhasavayri – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Thunaipurintharul – Reethigowlai – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Nenarunchi – Nilambari – Adi – Thyagaraja, Shanmugapriyane – Shanmugapriyane – Adi – Thanjavur Shankara Iyer, Manthirkku – Shindu Bhiravi – Adi – Thanjavur Shankara Iyer, Yamuna Kalyani – Yamuna Kalyani – Adi – Thanjavur Shankara Iyer, Kandanalmudhalai – S Chidambaram and Thirupugazh – Arunagiri Nathar.

Injukudi Subramaniyam – Sivarpanam [Nadaswaram]
Thathvamariyatarama – Reethigowlai – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Saravana Bhava – Sudhasavayri – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Thunai – Varamu – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Kuzhaloothi – Kambojhi – Adi – Oothukadu Venkatasubayyar, Sonathellam – Subhapanthuvarali – Adi – Kavimani Desika Vinayakam Pillai and Thirupugazh – Arunagiri Nathar.

Abishek Raghuram – Kailasapathi [2 CDs]
Nadha Thanumanisham – Chittaranjani – Adi – Thyagaraja, Aananda Natana – Kedaram – Misrachapu – Muthuswamy Deekshitar, Eesa Pahimam – Kalyani – Rupakam – Papanasam Sivan, Vaananai – Keeravani – Misrachapu – Thevaram, Tamatham – Mohanalakyani – Adi, Ithuthano – Behag – Adi – Gopalakrishna Bharathy and Ragam Thanam Pallavi – Hindaolam – Adi.

Abishek Raghuram – Parameswara [2 CDs]
Gowri Manohara – Gowri Manohari – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Sadhanandha – Bahudari – Adi – Shuddhananda Bharati, Maa Ramanan – Hindolam – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Parathpara – Vachaspathy – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Muruga – Saveri – Misrachapu – Periyasami Thooran, Kapali – Mohanam – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Sivagama Sundari – Mukhari – Adi – Papanasam Sivan, Iniyumo Parameswari – Bhageswari – Misrachapu – Chidambaram T Natraraja Deekshitar, Ithuthano Thillai – Behag – Adi – Gopala Krishna Bharthy and Thiruppugazh – Ragamalika – Adi Kandanatai – Arunagiri Nathar.

Thirumazhisai Azhvar – Dhandapani Desikar
Tamil Film Songs: 1. Narayana 2. Pathiyavane 3. Indre Pirantha 4. Kuvalayathala 5. Vaaraamal 6. Thanthayum 7. Krishna Muraari [P. B. Rangachari] 8. Yezhaigal 9. Saantham 10. Giridhari [P.
Leela] 11. Nonthavar [M. S. Velappan] 12. Kani Kannan 13. Kannan Naamam ** Sung by Isai Arasu M.M. Dhandapani Desikar.

Azhvar Pasurangal – Vedavalli
Aazhvaar Paasurangal [45 Paasurangal].

Mangalam Tharum Raagu Bhagavan – Mahanadhi Shobana
1. Thirutthalamam Thirutthalam – Thiru Nageswara Perumal 2. Raagu Kala Durgai – Raagu Kala Durgai Poojai 3. Adhi Devadhayaai – Raagu Preethi 4. Raagu Ashtothrasadha Potri 5. Aadhiyil Asuran – Raagu Dosha Nivarana Ashtagam 6. Paadhi Aravamaai – Raagu Kavacham 7. Nizhalaana Nayakanae – Raagu Vadivam 8. Karungal Melamarum – Raagu Thisai 9. Mangala Raaguvae – Thirunageswara Raagu Sirappu 10. Kankalukkum [Sung by Sowmya]

Palkkavadi – Malayalam Devotional Murugan Songs [MP3]
Malayalam Hindu Devotional Songs on Lord Muruga: 1. Kumkuma Mekhangal 2. Azhaginte Yazhage 3. Payyannur Perumale 4. Sooryan Thrukkaiyile 5. Vallikkum Muruganum 6. Thiruchendurilum 7. Harippattum 8. Payyannur Ambalathile 9. Velenthi Vilaiyadum 10. Kavadi Malarkkavadi 11. Veladuthu Vilayadum Muruga 12. Dhanavare Nigrahikkan 13. Sri Kodumbil Ambidum 14. Perunnayil Amarum 15. Haripadu Vilayadum Vela 16. Hruthadam Vaanidum 17. Payyannurin Perumalaam 18. Enguthanne Poyalum 19. Pal Kavadi Panineer Kavadi ** Sung by Unni Menon and Jayachandran.

Krishna Keerthanam – Malayalam – Unni Menon [MP3]
Malayalam Hindu Devotional Songs on Lord Guruvayurappan: 1. Viswamam Dwarakayil 2. Guruvayorambalathil 3. Kanna Nee Odivaru 4. Sruthikal Vaazhthum 5. Kanneeril Thelinjnathum 6. Ambadikkannante 7. Jeeva Gaanam 8. Guruvayuril Vaazhum 9. Aakasakkuda Choodum 10. Orupidi Avilen 11. Thirumudi Thozhunnein 12. Sangeetha Muralika 13. Guruvayooram 14. Krishna Silayil 15. Syama Sundara 16. Gopijana Vallabha 17. Hari Chandana 18. Chandana Charchitha 19. Yamune Nin Theerathu 20. Guruvayoorile ** Sung by Unni Menon.

Rama Nama Taraka Mantram
Rama Nama Taraka Mantram. Rendered by Vijaya Lakshmi, Ram and Venkat.

Ananthalakshmi Sadagopan – Golden Voice [2 CDs]
Soulful and strictly classical would define the music of Ananthalakshmi Sadagopan, whose RTP Sankarabarananai in ragamaligai and the song Ganamazhai are perennial favourites with music lovers. Her impeccable voice, a rare blend of sweetness with power, rings true across all octaves. A repertoire of sterling paataantharam imbibed from her guru Sattur A.G.Subramanyam, enriches her concert fare. This is a record of a live concert in the seventies. Tracks: 1. Sami nee thodi (Varnam) – Panthuvarali – Adi – Nagapatnam Veerasami Pillai 2. Manavyaalakinchara – Nalinakanthi – Adi – Tyagaraja 3. Nenarunchara – Simhavahini – Adi – Tyagaraja 4. Nidhichala sukhamaa (Ragam-niraval-svaam) – Kalyani – Misrachapu – Tyagaraja 5. Mariyemi – Kannada – Adi – Ambujam Krishna – Music:Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer 6. Enna thavam – Kapi – Adi – Papanasam Sivan 7. Sri Krishnam (Ragam-niraval-svaram) – Thodi – Adi – Muthuswami Dikshitar 8. Chandana charchitha – Hamsanadam – Adi – Jayadeva 9. Vaidehi sahitham (Slokam) – Ragamaligai – Valmiki Ramayanam 10. Gana Mazhai – Ragamaligai – Adi – Ambujam Krishna – Music:V.V.Sadagopan 11. Aaye (Bhajan) – Purya Dhanasree – Adi – Svati Tirunal 12. Maiya Mori (Bhajan) – Adi – Surdas 13. Thillana – Poornachandrika – Adi – Ramanathapuram Srinivasa Iyengar 14. Pavamaana – Sourashtram – Adi – Tyagaraja

Mariamman Yantra – 80 mm
Goddess Mariamman is a form of Goddess Durga.

Maheshwari Yantra – 240 mm
Goddess Maheshwari is another name of Goddess Parvati.

Vedanta Spiritual Library

Soundaravalli Ashtakam
Oh Lakshmi, store house of beauty, who lives in the mountain of Lakshmi, who gives all type of wealth, please come quickly so that I can serve you.

Sarada Pancharathna Sthuthi
Shower on me auspiciousness, Oh Goddess, who makes all people happy, Oh Mother Saradha.

Saradha Ashtakam
This prayer is addressed to Saradha, the presiding deity of the Sringeri Temple in Karnataka.

Sakashta Nasanam Sankata Ashtakam
Here is a short prayer to Sankata Devi at Benares which ensures that all our sorrows are removed.

Raja Rajeswari Stotram
Oh Goddess who lives as Sri Shakthi, salutations, Oh pretty Goddess, who is the darling of Lord Shiva, salutations. Oh Goddess, who is sister of Lord Krishna, salutations. Oh Goddess Rajarajeswari, salutations.

Gayathri Stotram
This is a great prayer addressed to Goddess Gayatri. It is taught by Lord Vishnu to sage Narada.

Durga Ashtakam [2]
The first letters of these eight verses read as “Om, Hreem, Dhum, Durgayair Nama”, which is powerful chant aimed at pleasing Goddess Durga.

Chamunda Sthuthi
Goddess Durga after killing Chanda and Munda is called as Chamunda by the devas. Before the war with Shumbha and Nishumbha she sends God Shiva himself as her emissary. This is the prayer by Lord Shiva addressed to this terrible form of the Goddess. The prayer says that if this prayer is written and kept in a house, the house would not be affected by any calamities like fire and theft.

Durga Stuti [Arjuna Kruta]
This occurs in Mahabharatha in the Bheeshma Parva. Just before the start of the war, Lord Krishna requests Arjuna to pray to the Goddess Durga for his victory. Arjuna uses this great prayer to pray to her. One who recites this famous Durga stothra regularly will be fearless, will not be troubled by evil spirits and overcome obstacles in life. Worshiping Goddess Durga with this prayer will be effective and useful when recited during Rahu Kalam, especially when one is passing through the Rahu Dasa or for those who are troubled by Rahu Dosha.

Arala Kesi Sthuthi
Oh Mother Bhuvaneswari, Oh goddess of all worlds, Oh Goddess with curled hair, protect me. Oh Annapurneswari, Oh Goddess who lives in lotus, Oh joyful goddess, protect me.

Tri Suparna Manthra
May the supreme Brahman reach me. May the Blissful one reach me. Only Brahman is blissful. Let him reach me.

HTML clipboardMaha Periyavaa Ashtaka Stotram
My salutations to my Guru who is my lord, who occupies the Kanchi Peeda, worshipped by Devas, who has divine knowledge and shows sign of protection by his hands, I salute that Guru of the world from Kanchipuram.

Guru Dasakam
I pay homage to him who cleans the mind, who talks for the good of devotees, who is the Guru delighted in showing the path of Dharma in Vedas, Tradition and Epics.

Brahma Stotram [Deva Krutham]
Oh Lord Brahma, who causes the milk and curd of the Brahma Jnana, Salutations to Brahma by those who are desirous of knowing essence of Brahma.

Brahma Sthuthi Panchakam
Salutations to God who hates the hell, who was born out of the lotus from the belly, who is Lord Brahma with huge form and who is the sculptor of the world.

Arunchala Pancha Rathnam
It is a simple attempt to bring out the peripheral meaning of this great Stotra of Hindu Philosophy written by Sage Ramana of Arunachala (Thiruvannamalai.) both in Tamil as well as Sanskrit.

Abheeshtadha Brahma Stotram
Salutations to Hiranya Gharbha, who is absolute and has the form of Brahma, who has an unknown form and is the nectar of salvation.

Shiva Pancharathnam
This great prayer occurs in the Achyuthapuri Mahathmyam of Shiva Puranam.

Sarabha Ashtakam
Sarabha is a fierce incarnation of Lord Shiva who subdued the great Narasimha incarnation of Vishnu after he killed Hiranya Kasipu . Sharabha is described in the form of a bird with golden colour, with two uplifted wings, two red eyes, four legs in the form of a lion touching the ground, four legs with claws upwards and with an animal tail. The top part of the body is shown as human but with the face of a lion with an ornamented crown; side tusks are also depicted giving an overall frightening sight. It also shows the Narasimha beneath Sharabha’s legs as a human with Anjali (hands folded in prayer). Devotees of Goddess however are of the opinion that Sarabha failed in his mission and Goddess took the form of the thousand headed Prathyangira to do the Job. The followers of Lord Vishnu however are of the opinion that when Lakshmi sat on the lap of Narasimhamurthy, he became calm.

Santhathi Abhilasha Ashtakam
Brahman is only one and all others are second to it, this is the truth, the truth because there is nothing else. Rudra is one and there is no second to him and so I worship you for ever.

Ramanatha Ashtakam
I salute with my head that Ramanatha, clothed in elephant hide and holding skull and trident in his hands, who sports matted tuft and who wears the crescent of moon, who is consort of Uma, who killed God of death and has three eyes.

Parasurama Shiva Sthuthi
Prayer of Lord Shiva by Lord Parasurama

Ayyappa Bhajan Songs
Ayyappa Bhajan Songs

Sabareeswara Ashtakam
My salutations to Lord of Bhoothas who lives in the forest, who destroys problems created by Saturn and who destroys great sorrows.

Bhootha Natha Manasa Ashtakam
In my mind I think about that Lord of Bhoothas, who is the son of Vishnu, who is divine son of Lord Shiva, who grants salvation, who is saluted by divine people, who has the form of Om, who is of the Lord of Kailasa.

Surya Stotram
Om, I salute you God Surya, who rides on seven horses along with great Aruna as charioteer and who has a white lotus flower in his hand.

Vakra Thunda Kavacham
Let my head be protected by son of Shiva, let my forehead be protected by Vinayaka, let my eyes be protected by the three eyed one, let the God with winnow like ears protect my ears.

Svaroopa Anusandhana Ashtakam
By practicing, Penances, Yagnas and charity, with pure thought and leaving out insignificant thought of even a position of a King and sacrificing everything, if one adopts philosophy (Principles behind things), He would permanently own the knowledge of divine Brahman.

Freedom From the Known
A good first book to gain an understanding of Jiddu Krishnamurti’s teachings.

Yuddha Kandam
Yuddha Kandam

Celextel Spiritual Store

Onyx Mala – Yellow
Onyx is used as a heart, kidney, nerve, capillary, hair, eye and nail strengthener. It helps one to have good sleep; helps to eliminate apathy, stress and neurological disorders; eliminates negative thinking; it is also believed to sharpen the wits of the wearer; said to bring spiritual inspiration. It is a great assistance in holding emotions and passions under control. ** [“Onyx is a cryptocrystalline form of quartz. The colors of its bands range from white to almost every color (save some shades, such as purple or
blue). Commonly, specimens of onyx available contain bands of colors of white, tan, and brown.” – Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onyx%5D ** This Onyx Mala contains 108+1 Good Quality Round Beads. The Beads are strung in a thread with knots in between. ** Bead Size: 7 mm [approx.] ** Mala Length: 46 cm [approx.]

Onyx Mala – Green – 7 mm
Onyx is used as a heart, kidney, nerve, capillary, hair, eye and nail strengthener. It helps one to have good sleep; helps to eliminate apathy, stress and neurological disorders; eliminates negative thinking; it is also believed to sharpen the wits of the wearer; said to bring spiritual inspiration. It is a great assistance in holding emotions and passions under control. This is birthstone of Leo. ** [“Onyx is a cryptocrystalline form of quartz. The colors of its bands range from white to almost
every color (save some shades, such as purple or blue). Commonly, specimens of onyx available contain bands of colors of white, tan, and brown.” – Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onyx] ** This Onyx Mala contains 108+1 Good Quality Round Beads. The Beads are strung in a thread with knots in between. ** Bead Size: 7 mm [approx.] ** Mala Length: 48 cm [approx.]

Bracelet – Gold Stone [Sun Sitara] Hand Band
Gold Stone [Sun Sitara] Bracelet [adjustable elastic band].

Gurukula – Madyamakala Kritis – Nagamani Srinath [3 MP3 CDs]
01. Pranamamyaham,Gowla, Adi 02. Kalaharana, S.Saveri, Roopaka 03. Brahma, Kalyani, Adi 04. Parakela, K.Gowla, Adi 05. Sarasaksha, Pantuvarali, Adi 06. Sariyevvare, Sahana, Adi 07. Amba, Bhoga Vasanta, Adi 08. Gurumurthe, Shankarabharana, Roopaka 09. Neekeppudu, Abhogi, Adi 10. Saraswati, Gopikatilaka, Roopaka 11. Nee Charana, Keeravani, Adi 12. Vijayambike, Vijayanagari, Adi 13. Swagatham, Mohana, Adi 14. Srinivasa, Hamsanandi, Adi 15. Mahaganapate, Hamsadhwani, Adi 16. Meenanayana, Darbar, Roopaka 17. Annaporne, Saama, Adi 18. Srividya, Mayamalavagowla, Roopaka 19. Jaya Jaya, Manirangu, Adi 20. Teliyaleru, Dhenuka, Adi 21. Paripalaya, Reetigowla, Roopaka 22. Anuragamule, Saraswati, Roopaka 23. Brahmand, Maand, Adi 24. Naanati, Revati, Adi 25. Dharmasanva, Madyamavati, Roopaka 26. Karunajoodu, Sri, Adi 27. Marivere, Latangi, K.Chapu 28. Ramachandra, Suruti, Adi 29. Sarojanabha, Chakravaka, Adi 30. Neebhakti, Jayamanohari, Roopaka 31. Vallinayaka, Shanmukhapriya, Adi 32. Jootamurare, Arabhi, Roopaka 33. Taye, Bhairavi, Adi 34. Durgadevi, Dharmavati, Adi 35. Seetapathe, Kamach, Adi 36. Bhagaya, Chandrajyoti, Adi 37. Palukava, Devamanohari, Adi 38. Neerajakshi, Hindhola, Roopaka 39. Marubalka, Sri Ranjani, Adi 40. Aparadha, Darbar, K.Chapu 41. Shankari, Pantuvarali, M.Chapu 42. Mamavasada, Kaanada, Roopaka 43. Tulasidala, Mayamalavagowla, Roopaka 44. Parandhama, Darmavati, Roopaka 45. Yochana, Darbar, Adi 46. PahiRama, Kharaharapriya, Roopaka 47. Chintayami, Hindola, M.Jhampe 48. Pahimam, Hindola Darbar, K.Roopaka 49. Endubayara, Dhanyasi, Roopaka 50. Ramanamam, Madyamavati, Adi ** In this pack (MP3) Prof. Mysore Nagamani Srinath takes the students and listeners on an exotic journey through the finer aspects of Carnatic Music from Basic to Masters in a typical Gurukula style, i.e Student – Teacher interaction. This CD is an ideal learning tool for Beginners, Senior students and Rasikas alike. ** Duration: Disc-1: 5 Hrs. 16 Mins. Disc-2: 5 Hrs. 11 Mins. Disc-3: 5 Hrs. 08 Mins.

Haridasa Darshana – Nagamani Srinath [2 MP3 CDs]
Kannada Haridasa Keertanas *** Volume-1: 01. Introduction 02. Keshava Madhava – Sarasangi – Adi – Sri Purandaradasa 03. Jeevanavembee – Bhowli – Adi – Purandaradasa 04. Karuniso – Shubhapantuvarali – Adi – Purandaradasa 05. Tallanisadiru – Hindhola – K.Chapu – Kanakadasa 06. Echharike – Abheri – Adi – Purandaradasa 07. Naa ninagenu – Sooryakanta – Adi – Sripadarayaru 08. Narajanma – Brindavana saranga – Eka – Purandaradasa 09. Kaavadaiva – Hamsanandi – Adi – Purandaradasa 10. Eelu Narayana – Bhowli – K.Chapu – Purandaradasa 11. Hari naaraayana – Yaman – Adi – Purandaradasa 12. Nee maayeyolago – Malayamaruta – K.Chapu – Kanakadasa 13 Alli nodalu – Ranjani – Adi – Purandaradasa 14. Toogire rangana – Tilanga – Trishra.Nadai – Purandaradasa 15. Nimma Bhaagya – Hamsadwani – T.Nadai – Purandaradasa 16. YashOde amma – Sindhubhairavi – Adi – Purandaradasa 17. Ittange iruvenu – Shubhapantuvarali – T. Nade – Sripadaraya 18. Srigandha nanagi – Chandra gownse – Adi – Pandit Narayana 19. Bantanaagi – Shubhapantuvarali – Adi – Kanakadasa 20. Nudisamma – Brindavana Saranga – K.Chapu – Gubbi Narayana & Nagamani Srinath 21. Kaagada Bandide – Kalyanavasanta – Eka – Purandaradasa 22. Yaarige yaaruntu – Maheshwari – Adi – Purandaradasa 23. Aaavarogavo – Sarasangi – K.Chapu – Gopaldasa 24. Eeke kadeganninda – Ahiribhairav – Adi – Purandaradasa 25. Amma nimma – Shahana – Adi – Purandaradasa 26. Lali Lali – Madhyamavati – Roopaka – Purandaradasa *** Volume-2: 01. Kaliyugadali – Janjooti – Adi – Purandaradasa 02. Sullina Jagavidu – Sudda Dhanyasi – Adi – Sachhidananda Saraswati 03. Lisha Ninna – Vasanti – T.Nadai – Kanakadasa 04. Maleya dayamado – Krishnamani – Eka – H.K.Giriyamma 05. Manave drudha – Madhuvanti – Adi – Vijaya Vittala 06. Elladi bande – Ragamalike – Adi – Sripadarayaru 07. Hari neene – Krishnamani – Adi – Purandaradasa 08. Rogaharane – Bhageshri – Adi – Jaganath Dasa 09. Raaya Baaro – Durga – Adi – Ballari Radhabai 10. KelanO hari – Kalyani – Adi – Purandaradasa 11. Bhavanaama – Revati – Adi – Sachhidananda Swamiji 12. Karedu tore – Yaman – Adi – Kanakadasa 13. Ninupeksheya – Nadanamakriya – Mishra chapu – Kanakadasa 14. Devi namma – Ragamalike – T.Nadai – Kanakadasa 15. Shreekanta – Darbari Kaanada – M.Chapu – Purandaradasa 16. Hariye ninagidu – Shubhali – Adi – Narahari Teertha 17. Nereda Gopi – Ragamalike – Adi – Kanakadasa 18. Yake puttiside – Chandra Gownse – Adi – Sripadarayaru 19. Hange irabeku – Madhuvanti – T.Nadai – Sripadarayaru 20. Eeke Belagaayito – Ahiribhairav – Eka – Purandaradasa 21. Sadguru charanake – Hindustani Kapi – Adi – Sachidananda Saraswati 22. Eetake Marulaade – Mishra Mand – Adi – H.K.Giriyamma 23. Krishnaa Nee – Yaman – M.Chapu – Vyasaraya 24. Baaro Namma Manege – Mishra Pahadi – Adi – Sripadarayaru 25. Daasarigunte – Brindavansaranga – Eka – Jagannathadasa *** Duration: Disc-1: 3 Hrs. 04 Mins. Disc-2: 3 Hrs. 24 Mins.

Triveni – Anthology of Padams [Book]
Paucity of good reference material is one perennial problem that dancers often complain about. Triveni is a god send for them. An anthology of padams by Annamacharya, Kshetrayya and Sarangapani (compiled by V.A.K. Ranga Rao, eminent scholar, critic and researcher), this 150-page book presents the original lyrics in Telugu supported by English and Tamil transliterations with the complete meaning. Specially selected by Padmabhushan Smt. Kalanidhi Narayanan, the celebrated Abhinaya exponent, the rare padams in this collection present a myriad situations and emotions thus rolling out a huge canvas for performing artistes to express themselves and whet their Abhinaya skills. A fitting gift for students and choreographers.

Early Learning – Video Dictionary [4 DVDs Pack]
DVD-1: Alphabet, Days, Shapes, Months, Animal Alphabet, Body Parts, Numbers and Colors ** DVD-2: Universe & World, Family & Me, Emotions and Work Activities & Community Helpers ** DVD-3: Sea Animals, Vegetables and Fruits ** DVD-4: Animals, Birds, Insects and Reptiles. ** Language: English ** Format: NTSC – ALL Regions.

Coral Mala
Represents planet Mars according to Vedic Astrology. It is supposed to instil courage and also helps the wearer to recover from diseases and obstacles indicated by Mars. ** 108+1 Beads ** Strung in a thread with knots in between ** Bead Size: 5 mm [approx.] ** Mala Length: 34 cm [approx.] ** [Coral aquaculture, also known as coral farming or coral gardening, is the cultivation of corals for commercial purposes or coral reef restoration. Aquaculture is showing promise as a potentially effective tool for restoring coral reefs, which have been declining around the world. The process bypasses the early growth stages of corals when they are most at risk of dying. Coral seeds are grown in nurseries then replanted on the reef. Coral is farmed by coral farmers who live locally to the reefs and farm for reef conservation or for income. It is also farmed by scientists for research, by businesses for the supply of the live and ornamental coral trade and by private aquarium hobbyists. – Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coral]

Rudraksha – Moonstone Mix Mala
108+1 Beads. The Beads are strung in a thread with knots in between. Good Quality 5 Faces Ravadhar Rudraksha Beads and Moonstone are used in this mala. ** Bead Size: 6 mm [approx.] ** Mala Length: 41 cm [approx.]

Rudraksha – Pearl Mix Mala
108+1 Beads. The Beads are strung in a thread with knots in between. Good Quality 5 Faces Ravadhar Rudraksha Beads and Pearl [cultured] are used in this mala. ** Bead Size: 6 mm [approx.] ** Mala Length: 38 cm [approx.]