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Anandi Kamath’s Konkani Pearls – Part 2

Anandi Kamath’s Konkani Pearls – Part 2

After the encouraging response coupled by the treasured content from Smt. Anandi Kamath, we couldnt wait any longer before releasing the remaining gems from the interview. When it comes to presenting lifetime accomplishments, who could do a better job than a proud son himself. And thats where we have Dr. Rajeev Sreenivasa, founder of a leading digital agency, and son of Anandi-mai, speaking about the achievements of his mother. We also have two beautiful song and poetry compositions rendered by the author herself!

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Yashodi Sundari – Konkani Kasturi by Ramesh Pai

A Konkani song (Anonymous poet) explaining one such occasion where Lord Krishna convinced His own mother Yashoda of His divine powers. The scene of Krishna showing the entire world in His small mouth is well narrated by many poets in different languages. Here the poet links the incident with a Ganesh Pooja performed by Yashoda who observed a fasting but same time prepared Modaks for Naivedya. What followed is better heard in this song itself.

Konkani Kasturi – by Payyanur Ramesh Pai

In continuation of a grand series- Konkani Kasturi, dedicated to our divine Mother Tongue, Shri P. Ramesh Pai shares with us a folk song recording from a seminar held 16 years ago. The song titled Loka Samvad, presented in a dialogue format bears some interesting facts of our history dating back to Goa and beyond. A transcript of the song is also available for download and sing-along.