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Gajananayutham Ganeshwaram

2:40 PM Posted by Vijayasri


The krithi 'Gajananayutham ' was composed by Dikshithar when he visited the Uchchi Pillayar temple in trichy. This krithi is perhaps most beautiful because of it's simplicity. These lines provide ample scope for improvisation and the rAgA's beauty is completely brought out in these few lines.

Song : Gajananayutham Ganeshwaram
Ragam: Chakravakam
Aa: S R1 G3 M1 D2 N2 D2 S
Av: S N2 D2 P M1 G3 R1 S
Talam: Adi
Composer : Muthuswamy Dikshitar

Pallavi:
Gajananayutham Ganeshwaram
Bhajaami Sathatham Sureshwaram

Samashti CharanamAjendra Pujita Vigneshvaram
Ganaadi Sannutapada Padmakaram
Kunjarabhanjana Chaturatarakaram
Guruguhaagrajam Pranavaakaaram

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Meaning:
Pallavi:
"Gajananayutham Ganeshwaram Bhajaami Sathatham Sureshwaram "

Dikshitar starts off with a small salutation-" I constantly("sathatham") sing the praise of("bhajAmi") of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-faced one("gajAnanayutham") and the Lord("Eshwaram") of all dEvAs("sura")."

Samashti Charanam

Ajendra Pujita Vigneshvaram
Ganaadi Sannutapada Pada Padmakaram
Kunjarabhanjana Chaturatarakaram Guruguhaagrajam Pranavaakaaram

ChittaiSwaram for Gajananayutham Ganeshwaram Song :

 D, NDPM PDP, MGRS
GRS, Sndn SR SRGMP,

GMP, DNS, SRG, MGR,
SRS, NDN, D,PM PMGR

Who is worshipped by Brahma and Indra (“ajendra”); remover of obstacles (“vigneshwaram”), whose lotus-like(“padma”) feet (“pada”) and hands (“karam”) are worshipped(“sannuta”) by Bhutaganas; who exhibited his skill in vanquishing (“bhanjana”) Kunjara. He is the elder brother (“agrajam”) of Guruguha and is the form (“aakaaram”) of Pranava.

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