Title: Kannada Nadina Jeevanadi (Life Blood of Kannada Land)
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Movie: Jeevanadhi (1996)
Music Director: Koti
Lyricist: R. N. Jayagopal
Singers: S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and Anuradha Paudwal
Starcast of the movie: Dr.Vishnuvardhan as Sagar, Anant Nag as Dr. Harshavardhan, Khushboo as Kaveri, Urvashi as Dr. Priyadashini, Tara, Umashree as Santhanamma, Srinivasa Murthy as Subhramanya, R.N. Jayagopal, Doddanna as Ravi Shankar Shastri, Shivaram as Dr. Shivaram, Bank Janardhan, Kishori Ballal as Annapurna.
Genre: Kannada folk music
Theme: The song is dedicated to the Kaveri River, which is highly regarded as the most important river in Karnataka. It celebrates the river’s exquisite beauty, its invaluable contribution of life-sustaining water, and its significant role in shaping the state’s economy and culture.
The lyrics of the song convey the deep emotions and appreciation that the people of Karnataka hold for the Kaveri River. The words of the song paint a vivid picture of the river as a nurturing mother, a source of life, and a powerful representation of the prosperity of the state.
The song’s verses beautifully depict the harmony between Karnataka’s people and the Kaveri River. They reminisce the river’s role as a nurturing mother, a life-giver, and a symbol of abundance to the state. Through heartfelt words, the lyrics encapsulate the profound connection and gratitude that resonate within the hearts of Karnataka’s inhabitants for the majestic Kaveri River.
Popularity: The song is widely loved and frequently chosen for Kannada Rajyotsava celebrations. This special occasion commemorates the establishment of the state of Karnataka on November 1, 1956. People enjoy playing this song not only during these celebrations but also at various cultural events and programs. It has become a cherished presence in the hearts of many individuals, fostering a sense of unity and pride in the community.
The song was originally composed for the Kannada film Jeevanadhi (1996). It was sung by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and Anuradha Paudwal, two of the most popular playback singers in India.
InterestingTrivia: Another track “Yello Yaaro Hego” from the film was Sonu Nigam‘s first song in Kannada as a playback singer.
The song “Hrudaya Samudra Kalaki” is from the film Aswamedha , a 1990 Indian Kannada action film directed by C. R. Simha. Kumar Bangarappa and Geethanjali play the key roles, with Srividya, Srinath, Balakrishna, Avinash, and Ramesh Bhat in supporting parts.
C. R. Simha authored the screenplay and co-authored the script and dialogues with Keerthi.
The background score for the film and the soundtracks was composed by Sangeetha Raja, while the lyrics for all of the soundtracks for this film were written by Doddarange Gowda. Dr. Rajkumar, an actor and playback singer, sings the soundtrack “Hrudaya Samudra Kalaki.”
Even now, in many functions, the soundtrack “Hrudaya Samudra Kalaki” remains one of the favourite tracks that the audience would want to hear.
Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma- Famous Shri Lakshmi Pooja Song
Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma – This Deveranama song is sung by legendary vocalists Smt MS Subbulakshmi and Shri Bhimsen Joshi, as well as many more vocalists. Shri Purandara Dasaru wrote and composed the classic Kannada song Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma. Purandara Dasaru was a saint, poet, renowned Carnatic music composer, and ardent follower of Lord Krishna. Purandara Dasa is well-known for composing Dasa Sahithya, as well as being a Bhakti movement performer and music scholar.
This song, written over 5 centuries ago, remains popular even today, and numerous musicians have developed their own versions of this Devotional song –Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma through the years. Bharat Ratna ‘Smt M. S. Subbulakshmi’ and Bharat Ratna ‘Shri Bhimsen Joshi’, two titans of Indian classical music, have produced enchantment in their unique way. Smt M. S. Subbulakshmi’s rendition is more Carnatic in style, however Shri Bhimsen Joshi’s rendition is more Hindustani in style. Both are well-known among music fans and worshippers of the goddess Lakshmi.
This song was also featured in Shankar Nag’s Kannada film ‘Nodi Swamy Navirodu Heege. In the year 1983. Starring Shankar Nag, Ananth Nag, Ramesh Bhat, Arundhati Nag, Lakshmi, Master Manjunath, and others. This cinematic version of the song was also performed by famed vocalist ‘Shri Bhimsen Joshi,’ with music by Shri G. K. Venkatesh.
Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma is a song about Goddess Lakshmi. On the occasion of Varamahalakshmi Vrata or Varamahalakshmi festival, Also, this song is sung by most of the women during every day pooja. Any Lakshmi pooja probably never completes without this song.
Master Manjunath and others. This cinematic version of the song was also performed by famed vocalist ‘Shri Bhimsen Joshi,’ with music by Shri G. K. Venkatesh.
Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma is a song about Goddess Lakshmi. On the occasion of Varamahalakshmi Vrata or Varamahalakshmi festival. Also, this song is sung by most of the women during everyday pooja. Any Lakshmi pooja probably never completes without this song.
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Marali Manasaagide kannada Song Lyrics from ‘Gentleman’ Kannada movie . Nagarjuna & Kinnal Raj. B. Ajaneesh Loknath are the composers of this ‘Matte Matte Manasu Sharanada Haagide Song’. This track by sang Sanjith Hegde & C.R. Bobby. it’s a romantic song starring Prajwal Devraj & Nishvika Naidu on the music video from the film