Saturday, June 30, 2007

Shivakara Damaruka

A song that leaves me awestruck everytime I listen to it; and one of those that I'm forced to listen to absolutely meditatively- by the one and only Raja.

Here's my attempt of it:

Song: Shivakara damaruka
Film: Kochu Kochu Santhoshangal
Lyricist: Kaithapram
Music: Ilaiyaraja
Singers: Chithra & Gayathri




This is my second song in Malayalam, a language not known to me. Apologies in advance for any mispronunciations.

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14 comments:

SUMI said...

beautful! wish I could understand the lyrics.

SUMI said...

also, your sound engineering skills are getting better and better. qrecording uality is v good, + u have superimposed ur voice with ur own voice and stuff. pretty cool!

Mad Max said...

very nicely done indeed...i just saw this movie recently (i should say abt 3 days back)...nicelyy doneee

Kiranz..!! said...

Wowo..really cool Sindhu,enjoyed it truely..Good recording,except the "gange" from the pallavi,It's amazing.Its a tough song to sing both versions at the same time,you have done a cool mixing..!

Jo said...

Hi Sindhu, I could listen only to the first pallavi. You have done a very good job on this pallavi itself. Could you please post the Hipcast player here? Thanks.

Jothi said...

Very nice singing. You have done a great job.
Jothi

SUMI said...
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.:: Rosh ::. said...

wow truly amazing rendition, really enjoyed listening to this one.

Sowmya said...

Nicely rendered sindhuja :) like to hear yr singing often with different varieties of songs :)

Meera Manohar said...

Oh!! That was just amazing Sindhuja, very well done given the complexity of the song.

Kudos!

Sindhuja Bhakthavatsalam said...

Thanks very much to all of you...

Mash said...

can anybody send me the lyrics of shivakara damaruka from kochu kochu snathoshangal please sivasakthipzr@gmail.com

Sowmitha Suresh said...

Fantastic Sindhu!!One of the brilliant compositions of the Maestro in Malayalam and your pronounciation is good :)))My all time favourite of IR's compositions in Malayalam!

Sindhuja Bhakthavatsalam said...

Thank you so much, Sowmitha!