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Seethapathe Naa Manasuna

2:05 PM Posted by Vijayasri


Ragam: Khamas (28th Mela janyam)
28 harikaambhOji janya
Aa: S M1 G3 M1 P D2 N2 S
Av: S N2 D2 P M1 G3 R2 S
Talam: Deshaadi
Composer: Tyagaraja

Pallavi:
Seethaapathe ! Naa Manasuna!
Siddhaantamani Yunnaanuraa!

Anupallavi:
Vaataatmajaadula Chentane Varninchina Nee Paluku Lella

Charanam:
Premajuchi Naapai Pedda Manasu Jesi
Nee Mahimalella Nindaaru Jupi
Ee Mahini Bhayametikanna Maata
Raamachandra ! Tyaagaraaja Vinuta!

Meaning: (From T.K. Govinda Rao’s Book and http://www.karnatik.com/):

O Lord (“pathe”) of Seetha! I have (“yunnaanuraa”) placed my trust (“siddhaantamani”) in you.
The other day in the presence (“chentane”) of Anjaneya (“vaataatmaju”) and your other cherished devotees (“aadula”), you revealed (“jupi”) yourself to me (“varninchina”) in all your glory (“mahimalella nindaaru”) casting a benevolent (“premajuchi” or “pedda manasu jesi”) look at me (“naapai”), and assured me (“nee paluku”) that I have nothing to fear (“bhayametinanna maata”) in this (“ee”) world (“mahini”).
How wonderful and comforting! I have nothing to fear. I cherish those pregnant words like a treasure!

To hear this song sung by Vocalist Sanjay Subramaniam, click on the link below :

http://play.rhapsody.com/sanjaysubrahmanyan2/carnaticvocalsanjaysubrahmanyan/seethapatheragakhamastalaadi

To hear Seethapathe Song in Veena by M.A.KalyanaKrishna Bagavadar.




To hear Seethapathe song in Violin by T.N.Krishnan,
Click on the link below :
http://www.raaga.com/playerV31/index.asp?pick=68925&bhcp=1

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