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Ele mana murariyane

ಎಲೆ ಮನ ಮುರಾರಿಯನೆ ಕೊಂಡಾಡು                    ।।ಪ।।
ಸಾಧನಕಿದು ಉಪಾಯ ನೋಡು                            ।।ಅ.ಪ।।

ಕಾಲನ ದೂತರ ಕಾಲಿಗೆ ಬಿದ್ದರೆ
ನಾಳೆಗೆ ನಿಲುವರೆ ನೋಡು                                   ।।೧।।

ಮಂದಿಯ ಮಾತಿಗೆ ಎಂದೆಂದು ಮರುಗದೆ
ಮುಂದಿನ ಗತಿ ನೀ ನೋಡು                                  ।।೨।।

ರಾಜೀವಮುಖಿಯರ ಸೋಜಿಗ ಮೆಚ್ಚದೆ
ವಿಜಯವಿಠಲನ ಪಾಡು                                        ।।೩।।

Ele mana murariyane kondadu ||pa||
Sadhanakidu upaya nodu ||a.pa||

Kalana dutara kalige biddare
Nalege niluvare nodu ||1||

Mandiya matige endendu marugade
Mundina gati ni nodu ||2||

Rajivamukiyara sojiga mecchade
Vijayavithalana padu ||3||

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4 thoughts on “Ele mana murariyane

  1. Sow.Vidya Guruprasad, you know us, Ananthapadmanabhan and Chitra of Salem, now living in Chennai. Your father Sri J.Muralidharan had initiated us in the sacred path of Shri Hari, Vaayu Gurugalu and we are very much thankful to your family. And my wife Sow Chitra is giving free training to more than 30 ladies in around Madipakkam, once in a fortnight, to learn and to sing Devara Namas in Bhajan style. I am helping her team to get the lyrics in Tamil language by typing the lyrics in a different look duly split , i.e., each line if read, will syncronise with the talam. So all the singers in the group find it easy to follow and to sing the song in a chorus voice with the correct thalam. For the benefit of the worldwide Madhwa community who knows Tamil language only, to read and write, we opened one youtube link wherein you should type WITHOUT BREAK the word, “chitramusic” ( and not chitra music )
    there you can hear and view the devera Nama. Please visit the link and send your comments. We will add more and more songs in due course.

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    1. Hi uncle, Glad to see your comment. It’s great to know you recognized me correctly. Wonderful to know the effort given by you and aunty towards bringing devaranama to the common people. Hats off for the work and time you are contributing!

      I checked your YouTube channel. It’s a great initiative. We people from Tamilnadu had the least opportunity to learn devaranama. Your channel would be useful for our community to learn dasara pada with correct pronunciation. I will share the links too!

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