vaseegara lyrics

Bombay Jayashri

Vaseegara En Nenjinika
Un Pon Madiyil Thoonginaal Pothum
Atheyganam En Kannuranga
Mun Jenmangalin Yekkangal Theerum

Vaseegara En Nenjinika
Un Pon Madiyil Thoonginaal Pothum
Atheyganam En Kannuranga
Mun Jenmangalin Yekkangal Theerum

Naan Nesippathum Swasippathum
Un Thayavaal Thaane
Yengugiren Yengugiren
Un Ninaivaal Naane Naan

Adai Mazhai Varum Athil Nenaivomey
Kulir Kaaichalodu Sneham
Oru Porvaikkul
Iru Thookam

Kulu Kulu Poigal Solli
Ennai Velvaai
Athu Therinthum Kooda Anbe
Manam Athaiyethaan Yethir Paarkum

Yengeyum Pogamal
Dhinam Veetulaiye Nee Vendum
Sila Samayam Velaiyataai
Un Aadaikulle Naan Vendum

Vaseegara En Nenjinika
Un Pon Madiyil Thoonginaal Pothum
Atheyganam En Kannuranga
Mun Jenmangalin Yekkangal Theerum

Dhinam Nee Kulithathum Ennai Thedi
En Selai Nuniyaal Unthan
Thalai Thudaipaaiye
Athu Kavithai

Thirudan Pol Pathungiye Thidir Endru
Pinnaal irunthu Ennai
Nee Anaippaaye
Athu Kavithai

Yarenum Mani Ketaal
Athai Solla Kuda Theriyathey
Kadhalenum Mudiveliyil
Kadigaaram Neram Kidaiyathey

Vaseegara En Nenjinika
Un Pon Madiyil Thoonginaal Pothum
Atheyganam En Kannuranga
Mun Jenmangalin Yekkangal Theerum

Naan Nesippathum Swasippathum
Un Thayavaal Thaane
Yengugiren Yengugiren
Un Ninaivaal Naane Naan

Bombay Jayashri

Jayashri Ramnath was born in Calcutta, West Bengal, India. Her father, Jayaram, was a renowned violinist and teacher; her mother, Jayalakshmi, was a classical dancer. Both of them are well known artists in the field of Carnatic Music.

The young girl had shown interest in music since childhood. She learnt singing from her father, playing the violin from her mother. At age six, she began learning music under the guidance of her father. In 1982, she won the prestigious “Youngest Performer Award” instituted by the Music Academy, Chennai. This was followed by many awards such as “Best Female Vocalist”, “Best Female Singer” and “Best Female Playback Singer”.

In 1985, she performed in the International Film Festival held in Madras. After that, she went to New York City where she studied at the Manhattan School of Music. Thereafter, she continued her studies at the Trinity College Of Music, London.

After completing her studies, she returned to India and joined Sri Ragavendra Gana Sabha, Bangalore. Later, she moved to Chennai and joined the Kalakshetra Foundation.

Her debut album, “Ragam Thiruvizha”, was released in 1991. The same year, she became the first female artiste to receive the coveted Sangeetha Kalanidhi award.,

Early life and training

Born in a Tamilian family in Calcutta (now Kolkata), she began learning Carnatic music from her father, Sri. V.K.Subramanian, while growing up. At age nine, she won the All India Radio competition in Chennai. In 1977, she moved to Madras to pursue further studies under Dr. N.N.Subramaniam and continued her musical education under his guidance. While studying in Madras, she became acquainted with the legendary violinist, Mr.Thiruvarutchelvar, who taught her how to play the violin. Later on, she studied Hindustani classical music from Prof. M.A.Jayasreevathnam and graduated from the same institute.

In 1982, she married Jayagopal Subramaniam, a well known flautist and composer, and joined him in Bombay where he had been appointed as the Principal Flute of the Bombay Symphony Orchestra. They have three children – Sangeetha, Srinivas and Varun.

Musical collaboration

In September 2016, she performed a Jugalbandi concert with Indian singer Ronu Majumdar. In December 2017, she performed another Jugalbandi concert titled “Jugalbandi – A Musical Exchange”, with musicians Shubha Mudgal, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Gaurav Mazumder and others.

In January 2018, she performed a Jugular Bandi concert with Indian musician and composer Vishwa Mohan Bhat.

In April 2018, she performed a musical exchange concert with Carnatic vocalist T.M.Krishna called Mathemagician.

In November 2018, she performed a show titled Bhairavi – A Musical Journey with music director T.M. Krishna at the Music Academy Chennai.

She also performed a musical exchange concert called “Bhairavi – A Musical Journey” with Carnatic vocalist and composer T.M. Krishna in February 2019.

Cross cultural collaboration

The Chennai based composer Rajan Somasundaram, who composed the soundtrack for the film “Kandukondain Kandukondain”, says he chose Bombay Jayashree because of her versatility. He says, “She sings Carnatic music, Western classical music, folk songs, Hindi songs. So I thought she’d be perfect for my project.”

Jayashree says she had no idea about the composition till it was completed. “I didn’t know what it was called,” she recalls. “I just knew that it was Indian music. Then I heard it and liked it. But I didn’t think it was me singing. I thought someone else must’ve recorded it!”

The album features songs from different parts of India, like Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat. One of the songs, Yaadhum Ure, was written during the period of the Sangam era. It tells the story of a young couple who are separated by war, and how they meet again many centuries later.

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