Marulu Minchera - Javali by Dr. M Balamuralikrishna

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devi
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An accomplished classical dancer and vocalist, Smt. Rajasree Warrier has tastefully choreographed and has rendered vocal to the beautiful Javali by Dr. M Balamuralikrishna in the Raga Chenchurutti.

Marulu Minchera - Javali by Dr. Balamuralikrishna (Bharathanatyam Performance)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elRgVh2LGi0

Enjoy !
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krishnaa
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Watched it. Yes it was very nice. If i am not wrong, it is telugu. I would be able to appreciate it better if someone would kindly post the lyrics nad the rough meaning, maybe in the sahitya section.

devi
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Krishnaa Ji, This song is the female version of the song Marulu Konnane by Dr. Balamuralikrishna. Click the link below to listen to The legend himself singing the song.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YngEf8DlXf4

Regarding the meaning.. I am afraid I can only give a rough idea which is as follows. Some one who really knows the sahityam and meaning kindly correct if I am wrong.

The Nayika is inviting her beloved to enjoy each other's company. She goes on explaining her overwhelming love for him and her great desire to be with him. She is unable to fathom ever being seperate from him, even for a moment. She says, my handsome friend, I cannot have enough of our togetherness. Please come, darling, please come! ;-)
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Thanks Devi!
Your translation will help me alot!

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Post by vasanthakokilam »

The Smt. Rajasree Warrier's link is awesome. So is BMK's singing in the other link. Thanks Devi. Your overall idea about the sahitya helped enjoy the dance that much better. It is minimalism at its best. There is no percussion, just voice, veena and her.

devi
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@ Vasanthakokilam: Thank you! I felt Rajasree was amazing the way she rendered this sweet song! Like you said minimalism at its best! She has learned Dr. Balamuralikrishna's compositions from Prince Rama Varma.

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Post by ganeshpv »

Hi,

Can anyone help with the meaning of 'marulu konnane'. Here is the lyrics.

marulu konnAnE.
rAgA: jhanjUTi. cApu tALA.
P: marulu konnAnE sakhI ninnu viDanADalEnE sakhI
A: virisina suma mA kurisina vennela marala vaccedanani tarali pObOkE sakhI
C: kannula karavu tIrenu kaninanta nI rUpu minnula viharincenu madiyAnandamu sakhI

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#8 Re: Marulu Minchera - Javali by Dr. M Balamuralikrishna

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Can someone kindly contribute the lyrics and further detailed meaning of the javali. (marulu minchera-what the nayika sings)

thanks in advance
Bhargavi.

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marulu mincErA (jAvaLi). rAgA: jhanjUTi. cApu tALA.

P: marulu mincErA sakhA ninnu viDanADalErA sakhA
A: virisina suma mAkurisina vennela marala vaccedanani tarali pObOkurA sakhA
C: kannula karavu tIrenu kaninanta nI rUpu minnula viharincenu madiyAnandamu sakhA

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P: marulu mincErA sakhA ninnu viDanADalErA sakhA

My love is overflowing, O beloved, how can I leave you?

A: virisina sumamA kurisina vennela marala vaccedanani tarali pObOkurA sakhA

O blooming flower, O showering moonlight, do not say "I will be back" and leave, my beloved!

C: kannula karavu tIrenu kaninanta nI rUpu minnula viharincenu madiyAnandamu sakhA

Merely catching sight of your form has relieved my famished eyes. My heart is soaring through the skies with
joy, beloved!

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Post by bharg.p »

Beautiful! Thanks again. Rajashree's rendition is elegant and makes me enjoy the composition even more.

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#12 Re: Marulu Minchera - Javali by Dr. M Balamuralikrishna

Post by Athira Sankar »

Namaskaram..

Can someone please help me get word by word meaning of marulu minchera javali...i got the general meaning of the song..

Thank you

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