Song: Endaro Mahanubhavulu Lyricist: Ramajogayya Sastry, Bhaskara Bhatla Singers: Mohana Bhogaraju Music: Gopi Sunder Cast: Nani, Lavanya Tripathi. Endaro Mahanubhavulu Lyrics in Telugu. Endaro Mahanu Bhavulu – 2 Times Andarilo Thaanu vokadu. Endaro Mahanu Bhavulu Andarilo. endarO mahAnubhAvulu andarikI vandanamulu. ఎందరో మహానుభావులు, అందరికీ వందనములు.

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The annual grand event is held in honour of the saint —poet – musician Tyagaraja, who mahanubhaavulu considered to be the greatest composer of Carnatic music. The group singing of the Pancharatna Krithis is invariably the highlight of numerous Tyagaraja Aradhana celebrations held in other places of the world, including Sri Lanka.

It is also endago greatest composition in Carnatic music. In keeping with this tradition, the lyrics of the Pancharatna Krithis were also composed by Tyagaraja as in the case of all compositions of Tyagaraja.

Endaro Mahanubhavulu song lyrics from Bhale Bhale Magadivoi

The verses of the first song, Jagadanandakaraka is in Sanskrit, whilst those of the other four are in highly cultured Telegu. The lyrics of all five songs are deeply religious, both in letter and spirit. The lyrics of the Pancharatna Krithis are the children of the happy union of Rama Bhakti and Advaita. The five sacred songs of the Pancharatna Krithis are intricately bound together by the strong internal unity of the spiritual content of the lyrics.


It is the unity of the Absolute Spirit Brahman or Paramatman Rama with that of the innermost individual self or soul Atman.

Pancharatna Krithis – the jewelled crown of Carnatic music

Each passage is sung, initially in Sargam i. In between the rendition of each svara, a brief line of lyric is sung as a refrain. The eminent musicologist Prof.

Ludwig Pesch describes them as heavy ragas, which 1 “provide ample scope for alapanam, tanam, and ragamalika” and 2 have ” syllabic textures and notes packed together” Ludwig Pesch ; The Oxford Illustrated Companion to South Indian Classical Music. Sambamurthy explains that Tyagaraja would have composed them partly for the instruction of his pupils P Sambamurthy ; Great Composers, Book 2 Tyagaraja.

However, what remains certain is that the Pancharatna Krithis, taken as a whole, is the greatest monument in Carnatic music.

It expresses a wide and varied range of profound religious emotions — blissful joy, anguish, mystic devotion, ecstasy, exhilaration, sorrow, etc.


It is unmistakably architectonic in structure. It is elaborate and exhaustive in melodic and rhythmic invention. It is consummate in the exposition of raga svarupa — form of ragas, and raga bhava — emotional content of ragas. The Pancharatna krithis is through and through learned, though never pedantic.

Endaro Mahanubhavulu

Its inner musical logic is thoroughly rigourous. The Pancharatna Krithis is indeed the jewelled crown of Carnatic music. Pancharatna Krithis – the jewelled crown of Carnatic music June 27,7: Environmentally enlightened Read More.

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