A “Secular” song by Bharathiyar in praise of his “Guardian Goddess”

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The following collections published by Bharathi piracuralayam, Triplicane, 1949 contains shorter pieces:

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Exemplary as it is, making Mahakavi Bharathiyar an early environmentalist too.

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Invoking the song during Navarathri gives this time to relish in Bharathiyar’s global” praise of Mother Nature as “Guardian Goddess”, penned perhaps close to a century ago!

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“The world lives because of
Sakthi
We like to live
Therefore we pray
Sakthi”,
Bharathiyar said in a brief essay about Navarathri.

Bharathiyar’s worship of his “Guardian Goddess” – Sakthi in essence is this, in his own words:

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This clip is from the special Navarathri concert by Sanjay Subrahmanyan for Kalamandir Trust at the Music Academy, Chennai, on 20th October 2012. The accompanists are S Varadarajan – Violin & Neyveli B Venkatesh – Mrudangam. The song is a composition of Subramania Bharathi set to music by Shri Calcutta KS Krishnamurthi.

Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathi was born on 11 December 1882

Even in the midst of Indian freedom struggle Bharathiyar found Navarathri fostering commonality from “Himalayas in the North” to “Kumari in South” as many in between celebrated it.

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“The world lives because of Sakthi
We like to live
Therefore we pray Sakthi”,
Bharathiyar said in a brief essay about Navarathri.

Bharathiyar’s worship of his Guardian Goddess “Sakthi” in essence is this, in his own words:

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Yathum ure yavarum Kelir” – All the world is my world, all humanity is my fraternity:”– Kaniyan Poongkundran-Translated by Rev Fr Xavier Thaninayagam

Sakthi is the “Guardian Goddess” of Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar. He has said that Navarathri is a favorite festival of his and that he look forward to celebrate it every year.

Bharathiyar’s “Bhooloka Kumari” rendered by Sanjay Subrahmanyan is a fitting opus this October:

Chinnaswami Subramania Bharati, also known as Bharathiyar ..

This clip is from the special Navarathri concert by Sanjay Subrahmanyan for Kalamandir Trust at the Music Academy, Chennai, on 20th October 2012. The accompanists are S Varadarajan – Violin & Neyveli B Venkatesh – Mrudangam. The song is a composition of Subramania Bharathi set to music by Shri Calcutta KS Krishnamurthi.

Bharathiyar’s “Bhooloka Kumari”, and the following lavish rendering by Sanjay Subrahmanyan fits the seasonal fete globally.

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Sakthi is the “Guardian Goddess” of Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar. He has said that Navarathri is a favorite festival of his and that he look forward to celebrate it every year.