Topic started by KaarMugil (@ 18.104.22.168) on Mon Jan 25 17:19:28 EST 1999.
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Tamil movies had given lot of good songs promoting religious harmony. Can we try to collect/recollect these songs as it is the need of the hour; our country experiencing lot of religious/community prolems. All i could remember is only this song
Vandha Naal Mudhal; Indha Naal Varai
from Paava Mannippu, penned by Kannadasan and music composed by Vishwanathan. I would be happy if somebody can post the entire lyrics for this song.
- From: GV (@ d37-fx01-lond-pdi.attcanada.net)
on: Tue Jan 26 00:06:24 EST 1999
"Saathigal illaiyadi paappaa...." by Bharathiar from several movies. "ellorum Indiyaa makkal....
ellorum innaattu mannar....." I wish people listened to these lines!!
- From: basheer (@ usr8-dialup38.mix1.willowsprings.cw.net)
on: Tue Jan 26 00:33:14 EST 1999
Romba avasiyam ippo idhu..
- From: karthi (@ lab2.theatrium.net)
on: Tue Jan 26 01:51:45 EST 1999
- From: Kuttipappa (age 4 mo!) (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Wed Jan 27 13:26:17 EST 1999
Here is the lyrics: (somebody pl. correct if I am wrong)
Vandha naal mudhal indha naal varai
vaan madhiyum neerum kadal kaatrum
malarum kodiyum maramum solaiyum
manithan maarivittan, madathil (or marathil?) erivittan...
Paravaiyai kandan vimanam padaithan
payum meengalil padaginai kandan
ethiroli kaettan vaanoli padaithan
ethanai kandan...panamthanai padaithan
Inbamum kadhalum iyarkaiyin needhi
eatra thalvugal manithanin jaadhi
paaril iyarkai padaithathai ellam
paavi manithan pirithu vaithanae
Another very good song from the movie on this theme is "ellorum kondaduvom, allavin peyari cholli". I think the music credits should include ramamoorthy also.
- From: SM (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Wed Jan 27 16:53:27 EST 1999
Thanks for giving the complete lyrics of that song. Also, it is 'madhathil yerivittan' only.
The same film ("Paavamannippu") has another great song - 'paalirukkum pazhamirukkum pasi irukkaadhu panjanayil kaatru varum thookkam varaadhu thookkam varaadhu' sung by TMS and PS.
- From: Banumathi (@ palo6.pacific.net.sg)
on: Thu Apr 15 10:24:02 EDT 1999
We want the song lyrics "hey, rajavae" from the movie (vazhvae mayam)
- From: Ravi (@ hope.cs.umass.edu)
on: Thu Apr 15 11:33:43 EDT 1999
Banumathi: Please post this in the lyrics permanent thread. (oru santhEgam.. eppadi intha requestA intha thread-Oda sambantha paduthineenga? :-)
- From: chandy (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Thu Apr 15 13:33:52 EDT 1999
Ravi, good Ques :)
Some songs that come to my mind are :
- Acham Acham illai. ini adimai ennam illai (movie : Indira)
- Ondre kulam endru paaduvom
- Indhiya naadu en veedu, indian enbadu en peru
- Malarodu malar (theme song : Bombay)
- From: RaGa (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Sun Apr 18 22:31:32 EDT 1999
budhan, yaesu, gandhi pirandhadhu
- From: Jen MacQueen (@ )
on: Tue Jan 2 19:17:07 EST 2001
Hi there - this is going to sound stupid, but here goes...
I was stumbling around on the web trying to find out if the word "peyari"
was a real word in some language and I came across you guys...
I guess my questions are these:
What language is this? What does "peyari" and "ellorum kondaduvom, allavin
peyari cholli" translate to in English? (The only other phrase I came across was "kaNNan ennum mannan peyari sollach sollach... " - I'd love to know that as well...
(FYI - I'm a choreographer currently forming a dance company, and my
thought-to-be-name-for-the-company "Peyari" is actually the combination of
the names of my neices, Peyton and Arial. I thought I'd pop on
the web and make sure that it either wasn't a real word or that it at least didn't mean anything negative. I try to promote awareness of
current "wrongs" through my pieces, and well, if "peyari" actually meant
something like "puppy-killer"...well, it wouldn't really make a very good
name for the company.)
Anyway, thanks for your time. I'd appreciate any insight...my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks so much,
- From: Sudarshan (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Fri Apr 16 02:50:38 EDT 2004
I need the lyrics of malayalam song "Kaarmukhil varnan" from movie NANDANAM.
Thanks in advance friend,
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