Thursday, December 29, 2005


Tamaso Ma Jyotir Gamaya, is now coming up with a new blog Endaro Mahanubhavulu dedicated entirely to music. This blog is meant to be a journey in music - from a state of total ignorance to the state of lesser ignorance. One can never be complete when it comes to music. Others are welcome to join me in this quest - to light up the world when it comes to music. Music of all kinds will be treated on a fair basis without any discrimination.

I am a beginner. I am an insignificant speck in this universe. I hope to imbibe the spirit of Tamaso Ma Jyotir Gamaya in this blog. I bow down in deep reverence, love and gratitude to all the great souls who have made a contribution to music - be it saints and musical greats, living legends, established contemporaries or budding talents. Salutations to all those great men (and women) in this world !

I will quote citations and references where necessary. The readers are advised to take my opinions with a pair of tongs - for mistakes are inevitable. Corrections are welcome. A heavily ambitious project. There are already numerous sites doing justice to their philosophy of existence. Only time will tell, as to how this project progresses. Even if one soul, finds sense in this blog, and gets interested in some form of music, I would consider that as a job well done.

Lastly, people in my life have been so so generous when it comes to imparting their musical knowledge to me. I dedicate this blog to them.

PS: A series of posts taken from its parent blog Tamaso Ma Jyotir Gamaya, posted again, for the sake of completeness.


DD said...

you should be having a link for nikhil banerjee in the maihar section. if i were you, then i would have removed RS :).

have a lot of expections from this blog. if you want to listen to online radio of HC music, log on to

Rangakrishnan Srinivasan said...

DD: thanks a lot for the comments. Yeah, your bias against RS is understandable.

I dont want to be biased against any one. I hope to not let my personal prejudice get in my way out here.

Thanks for the online radio link.