Sri Ramadasu Keerthanalu - Find and Own Sri Ramadasu Keerthanalu on instrument Veena, available on CD performed by Dwibhashyam Nagesh Babu. Following fabulous Ramadasu keerthanalu available on CD - Tharaka Manthramu , Ikshwakukula Thilakailaka , Paluke Bangaramaye , Thakkuvemi Manaku , Ye Thiruga Nanu, Nanu Brovamani , Pahi Rama Prabho, Ramachandraya . Contact Mr. Subba Rao to get the CD. Mobile: +91-9866191868
Friday, 6 May 2011
Ramadas Kirtanalu on Instrument - Veena
Swara – musical note.. We are children of LORD.. Each one of us in this modern world, is in pursuit of name, fame, prosperity, position, wealth. LORD has blessed with pair of ears – to listen Good or Evil.
Sravana is one of the nine forms to reach the feet of LORD. Each one of us can hum/sing few tunes (driving, bathing, sleeping, joy…)
One spreads both the palm to receive his BLESSINGS above his waist and below his heart, Sri Navami 2010, Idea sprung up… To render select Ramadas Kirtana on Instrument. Veena was preferred ONE (respect to LORD Saraswati – Mother of Knowledge)… and task of recording was undertaken by Sri D Nagesh Babu, disciple of Veena Vidhawan late Sri Chitti Babu) at Rajahmundry, near banks of River Godavari.
I understand there are limited Ramdas Kirtana …. Any act of Artha (money) and Kama (needs) tied to Dharma (law) will lead one to Moksha (Liberation).
Dharma (Mother – nurtures to be good person), Artha (Cow - nourishment), Kama (House - desires), Moksha (Eswara – Liberation)
Look forward for YOUR well wishes and suggestions to make my journey in this LIFE a memorable one.
The following Ramadasu keertanlu available on CD performed by Dwibhashyam Nagesh Babu
Tharaka Manthramu Dhanyasi
Ikshwakukula Thilakailaka Kambhoji
Paluke BangaramayeAnanda Bhairavi
Ye Thiruga NanuNada Nama Kriya
Nanu Brovamani Kalyani
Pahi Rama Prabho Madhyamavati
Mridangam : K. Yogish
Ghatam : S. Hanumantarao
Tabla: B. Dhanumjaya
Voice Support : Nalinikath, Akkiraju, G. Srinivas, Butchibabu, V. Saraswathi, R.L.S. Sirisha, Ch. Sai Sameera, M. Sravana Lakshmi, G. Bharathi