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Navavaranams - A Study Of Oottukkadu Venkata Kavi And Dikshitar
Saranya - saranya.gurumurthy@gmail.com
Nice article sir. I have compared Sri chakra description of brahmmanda puranam and Dikshitar's navavarnams in my blog.
Living a mother's dream
Jyothi Mohan - jyothiarjun@vsnl.com
I do not know if it was the same concert. There was one by MSS, a fund-raiser for Shankar Netralaya by the Chinmaya Yuva Kendra. I was present in a packed auditorium, seated in the last row of the 2nd balcony. There was a power failure half-way through the concert and we had the privilege of listening to that divine voice minus microphones! There was pin-drop silence in the hall despite a 3000-strong crowd. It was an ethereal experience watching her radiant face illuminated by two kuthivizhakkus and her voice carried through the hall crystal clear! It was a truly unforgettable experience!
Venkataraghavan, creative & melodious musician
Ramya Praveen - ramya.shruthirao@gmail.com
This is really a great job indeed! I believe he is one of the brightest stars in the world of Indian Carnatic classical music. More of such articles need to be brought to light.

Roopa Murali - murli_np@yahoo.com
This article about Vidwan Venkataraghavan gives an insight into a talented Carnatic musician. It is surprising to know that such a talented musician is not in the limelight all these years. We look forward to hear more about him and his mesmerising music in this website. We sincerely thank the author for publishing such a good article. Hope the artiste will get recognition at the national and international level soon.
Lalgudi Jayaraman
Sridhar Subramanian - subramanian.sridhar@gmail.com
Concise and well written article. In addition to creating his own kith and kin to perform, he has several disciples who are leading artistes and carry on his bani. I pray to God each day to blesss Lalgudi sir with long life and good health.
Abheri
Shyam - shyam_srinivasin@hotmail.com
Brief and concise. Listing film songs is a great idea for it helps people like me, who arent adept at carnatic Music yet... Expecting to see as many ragas as possible...