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Tamil film devotion - Muruga

IndiaGlitz [Monday, December 16, 2013]
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Lord Muruga has been a favourite in the Tamil film industry. Wondering why we are telling you this? Is it the description about the Lord himself that makes us love the song? Is it the sweet voices behind the song? Ofcourse it is everything put together no doubt. Here's a look in to the best songs of all times about on the Lord.

'Solla Solla Inikudhada' - a beautiful rendition -  where the singer describes how peaceful it is for her to keep chanting the Lord's name.  Directed by A.P.Nagarajan, this song appeared in the movie Kandan Karunai in the year 1967 starring Sivaji Ganesan, Gemini Ganesan and Savitri.J.Jayalalitha also gave an appearance in the movie. 'Thiruparamkundrathil nee sirithai' from the same movie was also a hit composed by K.V.Mahadevan. The famous K.R.Vijaya also makes an appearance in this film.

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From the movie Konjum Salangai, one must have definitely heard 'Singara Velane deva'. This song yet again does not fail to praise the lord. As one cannot take eyes of Savitri for her beautiful expressions, one cannot miss the precise notes on the Nadaswaram rendered by Karukurichi Arunachalam.

'Maruthamalai Maamaniye murugaiya' - from the movie Deivam stirred the devotion in many with Madurai Somasundaram's powerful singing. Penned by Kannadasan, the song became a hit during the year 1972. The song talks in praise of Lord Muruga situated on top of the Marudha hills. 'Kundrathile kumaranukku kondattam' from the same movie emerged out to be a hit for its catchy rhythm and lyrics.

Who cannot remember 'Pazham Nee appa' when it comes to Lord Muruga. Sung by K,B.Sundarambal, the song is from the movie Thiruvilayadal  which was released in the year 1965. The song depicts a sweet encounter between the Lord himself and an old lady.Another interesting song is 'Kandan vandhan' from the movie Aathi Parashakthi, where we see the poet Kumaraguruparar who is believed to have been born dumb gaining the ability to speak by the Lor'd grace. The song was widely appreciated for its apt picturisation.

Well ofcourse, the Lord has been a favourite one in the Tamil Film Industry.

This article is from Raaga's music blog. Read more at http://blog.raaga.com 





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