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Malayalam Devotional Prasanthi

Prasanthi

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Composers:

Ramesh Narayanan

Lyricists:

Traditional
Label: Manorama Music
Song DurationLyrics Rate it Plays

Pasupati Tanaya

Artists : Chitra
Composers : Ramesh Narayanan
Lyricists : Traditional
05:28  
320    

Daya Karo

Artists : Krishna Kumar
Composers : Ramesh Narayanan
Lyricists : Traditional
06:01  
1213    

Jay Jay Jay

Artists : Chitra
Composers : Ramesh Narayanan
Lyricists : Traditional
05:58  
217    

Premamudith

Artists : Chitra, Krishna Kumar
Composers : Ramesh Narayanan
Lyricists : Traditional
05:28  
1171    

Sundar Sundar

Artists : Chitra
Composers : Ramesh Narayanan
Lyricists : Traditional
05:04  
161    

Om Shivaya

Artists : Chitra
Composers : Ramesh Narayanan
Lyricists : Traditional
07:49  
206    

Sirdi Nivasi

Artists : Krishna Kumar
Composers : Ramesh Narayanan
Lyricists : Traditional
05:21  
114    

Arati

Artists : Chorus
Composers : Ramesh Narayanan
Lyricists : Traditional
06:42  
171    
     

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Comment for song Sirdi Nivasi of album 'Prasanthi' by Ambika SomanPosted:31 Oct,2012
Divyam !
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:18 May,2012
There appears to be something that is intensely touching or moving (or provoking thought) in this song/bhajan – impassioned appeal possibly – beyond the obvious, overt meaning of "daya karo". “Daya karo” – confer grace/compassion - in the pallavi of this composition, apparently the only word of pleading in this song; which appears to be a stand alone song, and not a general bhajan. If one thinks of the theme, “pleading”, hundreds and hundreds of inspirational songs belong to this general kind; only thing is that one may not instantly realize it, being immersed in the melody, rhythm or beauty of a song. Paahi, paahi Janani, paahi parvatha, pahimaam rakshamaam, paalaya, maam-paahi, dEhi, etc. “Himagiri tanayE hEmalathE Amba Eswari Shri Lalite maa mava (protect)”. “Padmanabha paahi”. “KosalEndra maa-mavaa...”. Ma mava sada Janani”, again protect or plead. “Nal-gati (nar-gathi) aruL-vaay Amma”. “Jaga Janani sukha paani KalyaNi (vEndum varam thara innum manam illayo – don’t You feel like having the mind to confer the boon that we are seeking for)”. “Pleading” bhajans were at a bare minimum, if any, during the time of Shirdi Sai. Bhagawan, in His discourses, often had lovingly advised spiritual aspirants (bhaktaas) to refrain from excessively singing pleading bhajans. One might say that pleading inspirational/devotional songs far more outweigh pleading bhajans. On the other hand, songs that have a sense of appeal – to ask something, are different. They belong to the broad category of “sharaNagathi”. If a young child is feeling hungry it is normal for the child to ask the mother for food. Bhaktaas do habitually appeal to the universal mother ((Universal Mother) seeking things of a spiritual or material nature. When one asks Her for something the Bhakta in this instance is taking a crucial step toward surrender (sharaNagathi), a process of learning to subdue ego, if you will. In fact, in the context of this album, one may refresh Bhagwan’s declaration (implicit guaranty) –
“take one step toward Me, and I will take a hundred toward you”. Shri Krishna has said that even a minute amount of effort (expended in this spiritual endeavor) would result in the granting of a far greater (mahato bayaat) measure of benefit (grace), to put it roughly. “Swalpam alpyasya dharmasya traayate mahato bhayaat”...Shri Krishana says: four kinds of aspirants worship Me: – artha, artharthi, jijnaasu and jnaani. The ardent cherished desire to seek God with the exclusive intent of attaining the “Paramatma” (Universal Consciousness) alone leads to a state of bliss wherein wants do not exist. This momentous state (one of jnaani) may - perhaps - be achieved by one person among millions and millions of people (an Arjuna) over time. At any rate, one might tend to think this way!
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by S M GovindanPosted:18 May,2012
EXCELENT AND VERY DEVOTIONAL
THANK YOU SIR
SARANAM
Comment for song Sirdi Nivasi of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:18 May,2012
Ever so beautiful execution!
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:18 May,2012
Text

Prema Mudita Manasey Kaho Rama Rama Ram Rama Rama Ram
Rama Rama Ram Shri Rama Rama Ram
Papa Ghatey Dukha Mitey Lekey Rama Nam
Bhava Samudra Sukhada Nava Eka Rama Nam
Rama Rama Ram Rama Rama Ram Rama Rama Ram
Shri Rama Rama Ram
Parama Shanti Sukha Nidhana Divya Rama Nam
Niradhara Ko Adhara Eka Rama Nam
Rama Rama Ram Rama Rama Ram Rama Rama Ram
Shri Rama Rama Ram
Parama Gopya Parama Divya Mantra Rama Nam
Santa Hrudaya Sada Vasatha Eka Rama Nam
Rama Rama Ram Rama Rama Ram Rama Rama Ram
Shri Rama Rama Ram
Maata Pita Bandhu Sakha Suba Hi Rama Nam
Bhakta Janara Jivana Dhana Eka Rama Nam
Shri Rama Rama Ram Rama Rama Ram
Rama Rama Ram Shri Rama Rama Ram

Meaning

With the heart and mind full of love and devotion, recite the name of Lord Rama. Reciting the name of Lord Rama cuts down sins and miseries and helps to cross the ocean of life and death. So potent is Lord Rama's name that it brings eternal peace and bliss and is the only support of those who have no support. So loving and so divine is Lord Rama's name that sages and saints always have only Lord Rama's name in their hearts. O Lord Rama! Thou art my Mother, Father, Relations, Friends, everything, and all. The only life-long treasure of the devotee is Thy name. Chant the mantra 'Rama Rama Ram'.
Comment for song Pasupati Tanaya of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:29 Mar,2012
http://prasanthi-mandir-bhajan.net/24kbhajan/MBV_2005_10_27_01_GANESHA_
PASHUPATHI_TANAYA_BALA_GAJANANA.mp3
Comment for song Om Shivaya of album 'Prasanthi' by Badri KrishnanPosted:02 Mar,2011
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Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by VijayalakchimiPosted:12 Feb,2011
beautiful song...Shri Rama Rama Ram
Comment for song Arati of album 'Prasanthi' by Jagannathan Sivaling..Posted:17 Nov,2010
Thank you TK Chithan Sir
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by Jagannathan Sivaling..Posted:08 Nov,2010
Enna kural valam ~ great gift.
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:20 Aug,2010
Segment 04:35, it is "bhakta janara", not "bhakta janana"...
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by MadhuPosted:27 Jul,2010
Amazing song coming where that is spiritual dedication
Comment for song Sundar Sundar of album 'Prasanthi' by Badri KrishnanPosted:10 Jul,2010
sai sai sai ....
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by Rathi...Posted:26 May,2010
daya karo bhagavan.......................
Comment for song Om Shivaya of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:29 Jan,2010
Very delightful, soothing bhajan. Sung with such dedication and intense feelings. Marvelous.
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by SoniyaPosted:07 Dec,2009
Smile
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:06 Dec,2009
Hilarious brief below by Soniya!
One must add that no matter which language a devotee or seeker might speak, when Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba speaks to her or him in Telugu, this person is fully able to comprehend what Bhagavan says. How astounding is this! Miracle of miracles!

Concerning the brief by Ms. Chandrika, dated, 04-Mar-2009... Yes, it is very unique that the artist is able to fully bring out the "feel" in such a soul stirring and soothing manner...Comes from the heart!
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:06 Dec,2009
So very beautifully sung. Magnificent, mellifluous voice. Ecstatic. Cream of bhakthi, humility and surrender all capsulized. Jeevatma seeking the Paramatma...
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by SoniyaPosted:18 Nov,2009
I Heard this bhajan first when Sai Baba was singing. It is divine. good memories.
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by SoniyaPosted:18 Nov,2009
Beautiful Bhajan but this is not Malyalam. If so then it is a miracle indeed as I understand the meaning. smile.
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:18 Nov,2009
Touching one's inner core. Amazing involvement and dedication. Full of bhakthi, prema and humility. Exceptional singing!
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by VaidyanathanPosted:17 Nov,2009
very soulful music--the entreaties to Guru--who is your only passage to
the kingdom of God--are very moving !
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by MiniPosted:19 Oct,2009
such a soul soother!!!
Comment for song Arati of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:08 Oct,2009
ARATHI - MEANING

"Aa-rathi" is a Sanskrit word meaning "The Close". "Aa-rathi" is the prayer song sung at the close of each Bhajan session. The "Aa-rathi" at the close of Sai Bhajans is really of profound significance.

MEANING OF FLAME WAVING
The camphor flame has itself has been endowed by Bhagavan Baba with the value and validity of a grand prayer, the culmination of the hour-long yearning of all devoted hearts. Bhagavan says, "While it is being waved pray - O Lord! Make the allotted span of my life as pure, as fragrant and as transparent as camphor; let it consume itself in the fire, scattering light and the warmth of love to all around me and at the end of it all, let there be nothing left of me (as the camphor leaves no ashes or residue) to render me liable to another sojourn amidst pleasure and pain." This is the prayer with which every session of homage to Sai can appropriately close.
1. Om Jaya Jagadheesa Harey Swami Sathya Sai Harey,
Bhaktha Jana Samrakshaka Bhaktha Jana Samrakshaka Parthi Maheshwara Om Jaya Jagadheesa Harey
Victory to Lord of Universe, Lord Sathya Sai, Who destroys grief, evil and miseries of life and Who guards and protects devotees. Victory to Lord of Lords - Lord of Parthi.
2. Sashi Vadhana Sree Karaa Sarva Praana Pathey,
Swami Sarva Praana Pathey
Aasritha Kalpa Latheeka Aasritha Kalpa Latheeka
Aapadh Baandhavaa
Om Jaya Jagadheesa Harey
O Graceful and Charming as a Full Moon! O Auspicious One! O Lord Sai! Thou art: the Indweller and life force of all Beings; the wish- fulfilling Divine creeper to those who have surrendered to Thee; and kinsman, protector and friend in times of distress and calamities. Victory to Lord of Universe.
3. Maatha Pitha Guru Dhaivamu Mari Anthayu Neevey
Swami Mari Anthayu Neevey
Naadha Brahma Jagan Naatha Naadha Brahma Jagan Naatha
Naagendra Shayanaa
Om Jaya Jagadheesa Harey
O Lord Sai! Thou art Mother, Father, Noble Teacher, Supreme Divinity and everything to us. O Lord Universe! Thou art Primeval Sound and art reclined on coiled serpent.
4. Omkaara Roopa Ojaswi Om Saayi Mahadeva
Sathya Saayi Mahadeva
Mangala Aarathi Anduko Mangala Aarathi Anduko
Mandhara Giridhari
Om Jaya Jagadheesa Harey
5. Narayana Narayana Om
Sathya Narayana Narayana Narayana Om
Narayana Narayana Om Sathya Narayana Narayana Om Sathya
Narayana Narayana Om
Om Jai Sad Guru Devaa
Chant the name of Lord Sathya Sai Narayana, Whose Form is Pranava. Victory to Noble Teacher and Supreme Lord Sai, Sathya Sai

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Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by Usha RajanPosted:03 Oct,2009
wowwwwww
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by Meena IyerPosted:31 Aug,2009
beautiful lyrics, soul touching notes!takes one to spiritual heights
Comment for 'Prasanthi' by ShanmugaPosted:27 Aug,2009
nice album *****
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:23 Aug,2009
“NEVER MISUNDERSTAND WHAT IS BEING ACCOMPLISHED BY THE ACT OF DARSHAN. MY WALKING AMONG YOU IS A GIFT, YEARNED FOR BY THE GODS of the highest heaven, and here you are daily receiving this GRACE. “…. …REST ASSURED THAT WHATEVER MY EYES SEE BECOMES VITALISED AND TRANSMUTED. YOU ARE CHANGED DAY BY DAY.” ********* SAI….. Prema muditha manase kaho, sung by Bhagawan ........RADIO SAI GLOBAL HARMONY... Click....Bhajans sung by Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, in the Bhajan Stream....... http://www.radiosai.org/program/ ........ ….ENJOY THIS AMRITHAM….
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:22 Aug,2009
PREMA AND BHAVASAMUDRA---OCEAN OF BIRTH AND DEATH…PREMA ALONE IS SUPREME… THAT IS WHAT IS NEEDED TO REACH PREMA (DIVINE PREMA, SAI)…“LOVE IS MY FORM TRUTH IS MY BREATH BLISS IS MY FOOD, MY LIFE IS MY MESSAGE EXPENSION IS MY LIFE, NO SEASON FOR LOVE NO REASON FOR LOVE, NO BIRTH NO DEATH , PREMA SATHYA ANANDA, DHARMA SHANTI AHIMSA…” PREMAVATAR SAI…
Comment for song Pasupati Tanaya of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:22 Aug,2009
Beautiful
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:15 Aug,2009
...lovely and tranquil...sung with touching bhava...Bhagawan's favorite; He sings this bhajan during His Divine discourses...this bhajan as sung by Sai can be found and heard online at Radio Sai Global Harmony... Bhagawan has said it seems that this bhajan helps one cross the ocean of birth and death...in this rendition, the first line is different from the first line of this bhajan in normal rendition; has Sai in it...
Comment for song Jay Jay Jay of album 'Prasanthi' by T ChithanPosted:15 Aug,2009
simply beautiful...
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by Ambika SomanPosted:28 Jun,2009
Sai * Ram ....^.... One of my fav. Song ....^....
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by Shyama PriyaPosted:01 Jun,2009
Touching song...the singer entreating the Lord to shower mercy, compassion.
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by Rathi...Posted:26 May,2009
so soothingggg ~~~~~~~~~~~
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by Dr.kusuma PraveenPosted:06 May,2009
very soft and beautiful song
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by BalanPosted:01 May,2009
full devotion
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by Mini BinoyPosted:01 May,2009
Really a soul soother!!!
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by Mohana ChandraPosted:06 Mar,2009
nice singing
Comment for song Daya Karo of album 'Prasanthi' by Chandrika.bPosted:04 Mar,2009
salutations to the singer!for bringing this feel to a song!marvelous.
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by Chandrika.bPosted:04 Mar,2009
Truly a Rendition from the heart!
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by GracePosted:29 Dec,2008
Even every word of His always leads to an eterenal blis
Comment for song Premamudith of album 'Prasanthi' by Ambika SomanPosted:23 Jul,2008
****VERY Nice Song****