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    Vatapi Ganapatim Bhajeham --------Muthuswami Dikshitar

    From Vinayaka Chavithi (Telugu)



    The song starts with a slokam on Ganapati that is not part of the composition 'vatapi.....'.

    There was a time when carnatic concerts began with this composition. That has changed now!

    The raga is Hamsadhwani.
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    Another from Hamsa Geethe with English subtitles (discussion http://cinemanrityagharana.blogspot....cal-dance.html)

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    Here is part of 'Shyamala Dandakam' (Sanskrit) sung by Dr. Rajkumar for the film 'Kavirathna Kalidasa'. Music is by M Rangarao.
    Lyric in English and Sanskrit: http://samskrtasudha.blogspot.in/200...-dandakam.html
    Sudarshan Jeeyar

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    Bruhi Mukundeti Rasane ------- Sadasiva Brahmendrar

    From Savitri (Tamil) (1941)

    M.S.Subbulakshmi, as Naraadar, sings in Kurinji:

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    Here is a composition by Shri Vedavyas in Sanskrit and sung by Shri Shankar Mahadevan for the film 'Sri Manjunatha'(2001). Music by Shri Hamsalekha.
    Sudarshan Jeeyar

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    Jaya Jagadeesa Hare(Pralaya Bayodhi Jale) - Ashtapathi --Jayadeva

    From Anandh Math (1952)

    Jaya Jagadeesa Hare ...........Kesava Dhrutha Meena Sareera........




    This is the first Ashtapathi on Dasavataram ( meena sareera to Kalki sareera)

    Classical rendition by M.S.Subbulakshmi is available in youtube.
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    Pahimam Sri Rajarajeswari.........Maha Vaidyanatha Sivan

    From Kudumbasametham (1982) (Malayalam)

    Pahimam Sri Rajarajeswari Krupakari Sankari............. in Janaranjani


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    Good Choice, Raj!

    A little bit of trivia...

    "paahimaam shree raaja raajEswaree..." was originally composed by Maha Vaidyanatha Sivan (Iyer). The movie version was orchestrated and conducted by Johnson, and the singers are Bombay Jayashri and K.J. Yesudas.

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    Pavana Guru Pavana pura Lalita Dasar

    From Mella Thirandhadhu Kadhavu (1986) (Tamil)

    Pavana Guru Pavanapura................in Hamsanandhi




    I was surprised to see a Sanskrit Classical Composition in a Tamil movie of the 80s ! The song is not even included in the list of songs in the movie.
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    Manikya VeeNaam(Shyamala Dandakam)............................Kalidasa

    From Mahakavi Kalidasu (1960) (Telugu)


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