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pArkka pArkka tighattumO - harikAmbhOji - gOpAlakrishNa bhAr

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prashant
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Post by prashant » 15 Oct 2009, 09:07

Could I request lyrics and meaning for this song? Thanks very much.

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Post by Lakshman » 15 Oct 2009, 17:50

pArkkap-pArkka. rAgA: khamAs/harikAmbhOji. rUpaka tALA.

P: pArkkap-pArkka tighaTTumO un pAda darishanam pArkkap-pArkka tighaTTumO
A: yArkkum Anndam pozhiyum tillait-tANDava rAyA
C: tillai mUvAyira munivargaL dinamum pUjittiDu pAdam
shir-sabhaiyil dhim dhimi dhimi tOm enrADiya pAdam ellaiyillAda inbam
endanukkaruL sheidiDum pAdam iravum paghalumAyan gOpAlakrSNan Ettum pAdam

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Post by PUNARVASU » 15 Oct 2009, 18:43

Prashant, here is my attempt
P: pArkkap-pArkka tighaTTumO un pAda darishanam pArkkap-pArkka tighaTTumO
Wii the 'darisanam(viewing) of your sacred foot, ever satiate?
A: yArkkum Anandam pozhiyum tillait-tANDava rAyA
Oh ,the dancing king of tillai(chidamabaram) who showers happiness on one and all
C: tillai mUvAyira munivargaL dinamum pUjittiDu pAdam
The sacred feet (foot) which is worshipped by the
three thousand sages of tillai(chidambaram)
shir-sabhaiyil dhim dhimi dhimi tOm enrADiya pAdam
the foot that danced 'dhim dhimi dhimi tOm' in the chitsabhai that is tillai-chidambaram
ellaiyillAda inbam endanukkaruL sheidiDum pAdam
the foot that gives me limitless bliss
iravum paghalumAyan gOpAlakrSNan Ettum pAdam-
the foot that is praised by gOpalakrishnan day and night.
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rshankar
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Post by rshankar » 15 Oct 2009, 19:58

tigaTTumO - I don't think it means 'will it satiate'. I think what Sri GKB wonders is 'will repeated visualization (pArka-pArka) of my Lord's beautiful form make it cloyingly/tiresomely sweet (tigaTTumO)?'

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Post by PUNARVASU » 15 Oct 2009, 21:09

satiate-satiety- here is the definition:
1 : the quality or state of being fed or gratified to or beyond capacity : surfeit, fullness
2 : the revulsion or disgust caused by overindulgence or excess
'tigaTTuvadu' in tamizh means exactly this.
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Post by rshankar » 15 Oct 2009, 22:00

Thanks Punarvasu...I always associate tigaTTudal with something that is 'excessively sweet' - while satiety to me is a more general feeling of fullness.

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Post by smala » 16 Oct 2009, 01:34

TigaTTal (colloquial) is feeling stuffed.

There is a thidippu tigaTTal, which you rightly refer to as cloying sweetness -- but even here it occurs when you have had enough of something sweet to start making you feel sick, sometimes just a little of that sweet does the trick,.......sometimes tigaTTal can occur just by watching something cook for hours, standing next to the stove e.g. - some complicated payasam like nei payasaam or ada pradhaman, which are great eats ....... you just can't eat it when done since you inhaled so much of the sweetness already that it is coming out of your pores and you need to give your culinary senses a break...

Another instance is being near the stove when something is cooking in, say, mustard oil - if you don't care for this.

And THEN there is general tigaTTal -- used esp. when youngsters don't want to be served more of something that is good for them.........they say, amma/whoever.....pOrum..tigaTTaradu...kOmaTTAl varadu....OkAlam varadu.......so satiation can occur not necessarily when the belly is full..as in the sweet scenario.......

Was that a nice tigaTTal a la carte or what... :-))

Happy Deepavali, hope no one tigaTTifies with the goodies!
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Post by rshankar » 16 Oct 2009, 02:00

shyama-priya wrote: Happy Deepavali, hope no one tigaTTifies with the goodies!
Isn't there a digestive for that??

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Post by smala » 16 Oct 2009, 02:22

Spot-on! the lEhiyam -- c'mmon, own up ! I dare people on this side of the Atlantic - does anyone actually make this lEhiyam - or even get the bottles dabur/other brands in lieu of the real McCoy ?

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Post by prashant » 16 Oct 2009, 07:05

Thanks to all of you for the help... no amount of harikAmbhOji can lead to 'tighaTTal' for me :-)

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Post by arasi » 17 Oct 2009, 07:56

tigaTTumo? is the question, but tigaTTAdE! is the implication, avowal.

There is also an Ambujam Krishna song which starts with the same words: pArkkap pArkkat tigattumo?
em kuRunguDi maRuviDum sundara paripUraNAnaip pArkkap pArkka...

Going back to another thread, 'kamala pada malar' in my view does not need the extra p whereas we need a p afer pArkka and a t after the second pArkka here!

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Re: pArkka pArkka tighattumO - harikAmbhOji - gOpAlakrishNa bhAr

Post by vikri32q » 19 Aug 2017, 11:55

I want the song paarkka paarkka thigatumo sung by some singer.anyone has the recording?


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Re: pArkka pArkka tighattumO - harikAmbhOji - gOpAlakrishNa bhAr

Post by Pratyaksham Bala » 19 Aug 2017, 16:38

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pArkkap pArkka tigaTTumO
by Miss. T.S.Rangammal, Tirunelvely
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYA2GZ76O5Y
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Re: pArkka pArkka tighattumO - harikAmbhOji - gOpAlakrishNa bhAr

Post by arasi » 23 Aug 2017, 06:39

This thread is revived after seven years :)

PB,
Delightful singing by T.S.Rangammal of yore. Thanks for bringing it. She reminds me of KBS. Now, is it the GKB song which was requested, or the AK song?

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Re: pArkka pArkka tighattumO - harikAmbhOji - gOpAlakrishNa bhAr

Post by Pratyaksham Bala » 23 Aug 2017, 10:26

arasi wrote:
23 Aug 2017, 06:39
Now, is it the GKB song which was requested, or the AK song?
AK song ? Can you please give the lyrics ?

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Re: pArkka pArkka tighattumO - harikAmbhOji - gOpAlakrishNa bhAr

Post by arasi » 25 Aug 2017, 20:12

PBala,
Hope Lakshman has the lyrics. My feeble attempt in finding it only led to some listings of it and not the entire song. I remember the first line well because she sang it to me soon after it had come to her: pArkap pArka tigaTTumO, em kurunguDi maruviDum sundara paripUraNanai in kEdAra GowLa about the deity in tirukkurunguDi. All I can remember is the glow in her face as she sang of the native village's (her husband's) perumAL...

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Re: pArkka pArkka tighattumO - harikAmbhOji - gOpAlakrishNa bhAr

Post by Lakshman » 25 Aug 2017, 20:25

pArkka pArkka. rAgA: kEdAragauLa. Adi tALA. Ambujam Krishna.

P: pArkka pArkka tighaTTumO em kurunguDi maruviDum sundara paripUraNanaip-
A: paritiyuDan mati aruL vizhi iraNDum pavazha vAyidazhum pankaja mukhamum
tiruvuDai mArbum karamiraNDum tiruvaDiyuDan oLir vaDivazhagiya nambiyaip-
C: ninru irundu kiDandu pArkkaDal tanil niraindu malai mEl maraindu nALum tan
naTrAL paNIndiDum anbaraik-kAttiDa nambi AivarAit-tigazh nAraNanaip-

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Post by arasi » 25 Aug 2017, 21:21

Thank you, dear Lakshman :)

A few corrections, as far as I can see:
A pallavi: paridiyuDan madi...mugamum

C: ninRu niRaindu maRaindu
naTRAL paNindiDum

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Re: pArkka pArkka tighattumO - harikAmbhOji - gOpAlakrishNa bhAr

Post by Lakshman » 25 Aug 2017, 23:56

Thanks for the corrections arasi.

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