Nadasurabhi Cultural Association located in Koramangala, Bangalore is in the forefront of promoting Classical Carnatic Music. Nadasurabhi conducts the highest quality music concerts every month and a week-long Annual Festival in November, free of charge to all rasikas. Our other events include a youth festival, Thyagaraja and Purandaradasa Aradhana, and music competitions for children.
Written by Vidushi Neela Ramgopal
|Kshetra Darshan of Muthuswamy Dixithar|
3. Sri Kumara Swaminam – Asaveri – Adi
Meaning of the song: I bow to the lotus like feet of Kumara Swami the Guruguha.
Son of Himadrija, daughter of Himavan, who is worshipped by Indra. He is decorated with gem studded pendant. He creates the illusory world. He is prominent among Devas and removes the illusion bestowing good fortune.
He is Kartikeya, Bahuleya, his form has a golden lustre. His peacock is his mount. He adorns the golden chain. He is the essence of Vedas. He is the enemy of Sura and others. He bestowes unlimited spiritual knowledge and he is supreme. He takes away the ignorance from you. He is the esteemed son of Lord Siva who destroys all the misery.
4. Sri Vaidyanatham – Atana – Adi
Meaning of the song: I worship Sri Vaidyanatham, spouse of Balambika who is worshipped by devotees.
He illumines the holy shrine Vaidyanathakshetra and is nector like ocean of mercy. He is three eyed and bestows salvation. He imparts the ‘mula Mantra’ of bliss. His feet are worshipped by learned poets and he dwells in Nada, Bindu and Kala. He delights Guruguha.
5. Balambikayai Namasthey – Nattakurinji – Rupaka
Meaning of the song: I salute Balambika, the bestower of boons. She has many names like ‘Bala’. She is inspiration to her devotees like the black cloud to the peacock. She is worshipped by cresent moon and Bara. She is decorated with golden jewels, happy with ‘Hamsanadha’. She enjoys rice prepared with turmeric. She is the form of Guruguha. She is fascinated by the Raga Natakurinji. She is the supreme danseus and delights Vaidyapathi lord Siva.
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