Tharangini Ayyappan Songs Vol 9 Tamil
Tharangini Ayyappan Songs Vol 9 Tamil
Tharangini Ayyappan Songs Vol 9 Tamil is a collection of devotional songs dedicated to Lord Ayyappa, the Hindu deity of growth and prosperity. The songs are sung by the legendary singer K. J. Yesudas, who is known for his melodious voice and devotion to Lord Ayyappa. The album was released by Tharangini Records, a music label founded by Yesudas in 1980. The album contains 10 songs, each with a different theme and mood. The songs are composed by various music directors, such as M. K. Arjunan, T. K. Ramamoorthy, S. P. Venkatesh, and others. The lyrics are written by poets like Papanasam Sivan, Kavignar Kannadasan, Vaali, and others.
The songs in the album are as follows:
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Pallikattu Sabarimalaikku: This is the most popular song in the album and one of the most famous Ayyappa songs of all time. It is a song of praise and gratitude to Lord Ayyappa, who resides in the Sabarimala temple in Kerala. The song describes the journey of the devotees to the temple, the rituals they perform, and the blessings they receive from the Lord. The song is composed by T. K. Ramamoorthy and written by Kavignar Kannadasan.
Harivarasanam: This is another iconic song in the album and one of the most revered Ayyappa songs ever. It is a song of worship and surrender to Lord Ayyappa, who is also known as Hariharasuthan, the son of Hari (Vishnu) and Hara (Shiva). The song is sung as a lullaby to Lord Ayyappa at the end of the day, when he is believed to rest in his sanctum sanctorum. The song is composed by G. Devarajan and written by Kumbakudi Kulathur Iyer.
Saranam Saranam Ayyappa: This is a song of devotion and faith in Lord Ayyappa, who is also known as Saranamayyappa, the one who gives refuge to his devotees. The song repeats the word "Saranam" (refuge) many times, expressing the total surrender of the devotees to the Lord. The song is composed by M. K. Arjunan and written by Papanasam Sivan.
Azhagellam Murugane: This is a song of love and admiration for Lord Ayyappa, who is also known as Murugan, the son of Shiva and Parvati. The song praises the beauty and grace of Lord Ayyappa, who is depicted as a young boy with six faces and twelve hands, riding on a peacock. The song is composed by Sankar Ganesh and written by Vaali.
Engum Nirainda: This is a song of joy and celebration for Lord Ayyappa, who is also known as Engum Nirainda Nambi (the one who pervades everywhere). The song describes the festive atmosphere in Sabarimala during the Makara Jyothi (a celestial light that appears on a hill near the temple on a specific day every year). The song is composed by Sankar Ganesh and written by Vaali.
Kannimoola Ganapathiye: This is a song of respect and reverence for Lord Ganesha, who is also known as Kannimoola Ganapathi (the elephant-headed god who resides in the southwest corner of Sabarimala). The song invokes the blessings of Lord Ganesha, who is considered as the remover of obstacles and the bestower of success. The song is composed by Sankar Ganesh and written by Vaali.
Malaiyil Yaaro: This is a song of longing and yearning for Lord Ayyappa, who is also known as Malaiyil Yaaro (the one who lives in the hills). The song expresses the desire of the devotees to see and worship Lord Ayyappa in Sabarimala, where he reveals his true form as Dharma Sastha (the teacher of righteousness). The song is composed by S. P. Venkatesh and written by Vaali.
Om Om Ayyappa: This is a song of meditation and contemplation on Lord Ayyappa, who is also known as Om Om Ayyappa (the one who is represented by the sacred sound Om). The song chants the name of Lord Ayyappa along with the sound of Om, creating a soothing and serene effect. The song is composed by S. P. Venkatesh and written by Vaali.
Sabarimalaikku Irumudi Kattu: This is a song of preparation and dedication for Lord Ayyappa, who is also known as Sabarimalaikku Irumudi Kattu (the one who requires a two-fold bundle to be carried to Sabarimala). The song explains the significance and the procedure of carrying the Irumudi Kattu (a cloth bag containing offerings for the Lord and essentials for the journey) to Sabarimala. The song is composed by S. P. Venkatesh and written by Vaali.
Swamiye Saranam Ayyappa: This is a song of invocation and salutation to Lord Ayyappa, who is also known as Swamiye Saranam Ayyappa (the master who gives refuge to his devotees). The song greets and welcomes Lord Ayyappa, who is believed to descend from his abode in Sabarimala to bless his devotees during the Mandala season (a period of 41 days from mid-November to mid-January). The song is composed by S. P. Venkatesh and written by Vaali.
The album Tharangini Ayyappan Songs Vol 9 Tamil is a masterpiece of devotional music that captures the essence and the spirit of Lord Ayyappa and his devotees. The songs are rich in melody, lyrics, and emotion, and create a divine atmosphere for the listeners. The album is a must-listen for all the devotees of Lord Ayyappa and lovers of devotional music.
You can listen to the songs online on SoundCloud or download them from Internet Archive. Enjoy the songs and feel the presence of Lord Ayyappa in your heart.