Black’ is an unconventional film…in almost every cinematic sense–the casting, the craft of story telling, the music, the setting, the cinematography, the music etc.
nAdalOluDai brahmAnandamandavE manasA
svAdu phalaprada saptasvara rAga nicaya sahita
hariharAtmabhU surapati shara janma
varamaunulu pAsincarE dhara tyAgarAju
Word by Word Meaning:
manasa : O mind
nAdalOluDai : become absorbed in music
bramhAnandamunu OndavE : and realise supreme bliss
svAdy phalaprada : giver of tasty fruits
rAga sahita : with Ragas
saptasvara nicaya : created by the union of the seven notes
sharajanma : Skanda
ganEshAdi varamaunulu : Ganesha and other great sages
upAsincarE : have worshipped this dhara Tyagaraja tEliyu: On this earth, Tyagaraja also is aware of it
O mind! Learn to experience the Supreme Bliss that is in Music!
(Learn to experience the Supreme Bliss that is in Music) which consists of Ragas that are created by the union of seven notes!
(Learn to experience the Supreme Bliss that is in Music) which has been meditated on by Vishnu, Rudra, Brahma, Indra, Skanda, Ganesha and the great sages. On this earth, Tyagaraja is also aware of it!
Notes:This kriti extols the virtues of Nadopasana. It is also interesting to note the usage of unusual synonyms for Brahma and Skanda.
May 8,2005 (Category-Management)
Northpoint Dean Rajeshwar Upadhyaya believes there’s nothing quixotic about applying lessons from literature to leadership. And while he does that he pays tribute to the feminine mystique ala Osho
Business Standard explores in –The `yin` of management