Tag Archive | Appreciation

Thillana – Listening to Life Concert

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In memory of Smt. Rajeshwari Padmanabhan

In memory of  Rajeshwari teacher.(1939-2008), daughter of Lakshmi Ammal and grand daughter of Karaikudi Subbarama Iyer (the elder of the Karaikudi Veena brothers), was a ninth generation descendent from the Karaikudi Veena tradition. Nostalgic at this time of the year. Memories of Rajeshwari teacher and Kalakshetra keeps rushing through me…. It’s the fifth anniversary of […]

Nothing is Static

Nothing is static… Everything is changing constantly. No one can be static even if they wanted to. Each moment in time is perfect. Being in the moment and appreciating it. This moment won’t come back ever, Nor will it ever be the same again. One day we will be left with only memories. Even at […]

Breath

Everything else grabs our attention, when the breath comes abundantly. Everything else loses it’s priority, when the breath becomes scarce. Then that which matters finally will only be the breath itself. Real freedom is not when I free myself from external forces, but when I free myself from the clutches of my mind .

Nila Kaigirathu – A violin cover by Karthick Iyer

Happy New Year (2013 ) everyone. May this year bring us more clarity, hope, strength and energy to move forward. May we all be blessed by the Almighty with everything that is needed  to grow, prosper, succeed and flourish in our lives. May this year be a joyous and peaceful one !!! I’ve been wanting […]

Divine…

I am not an expert in commenting on dance. But came across this video when I was searching for the song Venkatachala Nilayam. Very beautifully sung by Vijay Prakash. Loved the opening scene which somehow captivated my attention. Sharing this  divine video. Vijay Prakash is an awesome singer, he produces such bhavam in his singing… […]

The Flute

The Flute ~  Mira Bai The song of the flute, O sister, is madness. I thought that nothing that was not God could hold me, But hearing that sound, I lose mind and body, My heart wholly caught in the net. O flute, what were your vows, what is your practice? What power sits by […]