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nee bhakti bhagyasudha

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'Nee bakthi bagyasudha' is a Tyagaraja krithi set on raaga 'Jayamanohari' and Tala 'Roopakam'.
St.Tyagaraja, in this Krithi extols the greatness of devotion of Rama which he says imparts the real meaning of all the vedic karmas (rituals). In this mini kriti ("Nee Bhakti Bhagya"),the saint-poet has stressed the value of bhakti without which there is no value in life.

Lyrics of Tyagaraja krithi 'nee bhakti' in raagam jayamanohari.

Song : nee bakthi bagyasudha
ragam: JayamanOhari
22 kharaharapriyaa janya
Aa: S R2 G1 M1 D2 S
Av: S N1 D2 M1 G1 R2 S

Composer: Tyagaraja
TaaLam: Rupakam
Language: Telugu

Pallavi
nI bhakti bhAgya sudhA
nIdI NEdE dE janmamu

Anupallavi
bhU-bhAramu gAni sura
bhUsurulai jAninchina (nee)

CharaNam
vEdOktam bau karmamu
vEtagalgu ga tAgatamau
nAdAtmaka tyAgarAja
nAtha prAmeye sadA (nee)

Word by Word Meaning of Tyagaraja krithi ' nee bhakti bhagya sudha'.

Pallavi
Swimming (IdEdE) the fortunate (bhAgya) nectarine (sudhA) ocean (nidhini) (nidhinIdEdE) of Your (nI) devotion (bhakti) is indeed (the purpose of) human birth (janmamu).

AnuPallavi
Otherwise (kAni), even if one is born (janincina) as a celestial (sura) or brAhmaNa (bhU-sura (surulai), it is indeed a burden (bhAramu) on the Earth (bhU);
swimming the fortunate nectarine ocean of Your devotion is indeed (the purpose of) human birth.

Charanam
The path of rites (karmamu) as propounded (uktambau) in vEda (vEdOktambau) results in distressing (veta galgu) cycle of birth and death (gata Agatamu) (gatAgatamau) (literally going and coming);
O Embodiment (Atmaka) of nAda! O Master (nAtha) of this tyAgarAja! O Immeasurable Lord (apramEya) (nAthApramEya)!
always (sadA) swimming the fortunate nectarine ocean of Your devotion is indeed (the purpose of) human birth.

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