Being a WhatzApp subscriber has its pros and cons. I am lucky to be part of a group called Kinchitkaram Trust. In the group, one guy named Pacha uploads divine music every day. Gosh- such sweet and enchanted music- I was so overcome that I never delete the images or videos or audios I receive in WhatsApp. What I do is transfer the files from the internal memory to external memory.

Below is one such song sung by Annamacharya
Pallavi
Ksheerabdi Kanyakaku Sree Maha Lakshmi kini
Neerajalayakunu Neerajanam Neerajanam - 2


Charanam 1
Jalajaakshi Momunaku Jakkava kuchambulaku
Nelakonna Kappurapu Neerajanam .. Neerajanam
Aliveni Turumunaku Hasta Kamalambulaku
Niluvu Manikyamula Neerajanam .. Neerajanam

Charanam 2
Charana Kisalayamulaku Sakhiyarambhorulaku
Niratamagu Mutela Neerajanam .. Neerajanam
Aridhi Jaghanambunaku ativa Nijanaabhikini
Nirati Nanavarna Neerajanam .. Neerajanam

Charanam 3
Pagatu Sree Venkatesu Pattapu Rani
Negadu Sati Karalakunu Neerajanam .. Neerajanam
Jagati Alamelu Manga Chakkadanamula kella
Nigudu Nija Sobhanapu Neerajanam .. Neerajanam

Below is a similar song in Kannada



On January 5, 2014, I heard my daughter singing the above song. So below image shows the lyrics of this song, which is also dear to me ;)



Below is the frame for one of my favourite songs ever (in Kannada)


While the above is a rendering by Balamurali Krishna, below is a rendering by MS Subbulakshmi