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Lyrics / Video of Song : Ashai Mugam
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srivatsonvchennai on Sunday, September 04, 2011 @KarmaKomic I guess its a tamil song and not a sanskrit song...Also,
lyricist even doesnt like it to be pronounced it to be like this..Although,
song sounds soothing to ears..But, pronunciation they must correct ..Its
just been said for the improvement..Some words like Ashai, nesham like that
is totally degrading the beautiful composition by the original
composer...If they produce a new song on their innovative ideas..Its
ok.But, while reproducing this kind of evergreen melodies..must be careful
Krishna Chaithanya Lingashetty on Friday, March 08, 2013 aashai mugam marandhu poachchae, idhai I forgot that beautiful face
yaaridam solvaenadi thoazhi How can I let anyone(friend) know/share naesam
marakkavillai nenjam, enil the heart has not forgotten ninaivu mugam
marakkalaamoa how can I forget that face kannan mugam marandhupoanaal,
indha If I forget krishna face kangalirundhu payanundoa what is the use of
both my eyes vannap padamumillai kandaay, ini something like I have no
photgraph(may be of you) vaazhum ... what is left in life, friend
muo1kor on Monday, September 12, 2011 Ashai mugam marandu pocce - idai yaridam sholvenadi tozhi ? Nesham
marakkavillai nenjam - enil ninaivu mugam marakkalamo ? I have forgotten
the face of my love, to whom shall I tell this, dear friend ? The heart has
not forgotten the love, is it right to forget the face ? Kannan mugam
marandu ponal inda kangalirindu payanundo ? Vanna padamumillai kandai ini
vazhum vizhiyennadi tozhi ? If I forget his face, is there use for these
eyes ? I do not have even his picture, now how will I live ?
Swaminathan Rajesh on Tuesday, November 15, 2011 The voice (of vidya and vandana) is extremely wonderful.. It feels a
soothing effect... If one listens to their songs, they will be get BP.
Lovely voice.. But, regarding this song(Ashai Mugam), I have only one
comment regarding the tamil pronunciation, they would have correctly
pronounced. It looks really awkward. If it is done by person who does not
know tamil, it is a different issue. But, both of them know tamil very
well. It looks as if they purposefully pronounced wrongly.
Soumya Tilak on Saturday, September 17, 2011 ppl who have problems with the pronunciations here (aashai, sholven etc), i
hope you are aware that the actual sanga tamizh, is actually "changa
thamizh".. take a look at the history and evolution of the thamizh alphabet
and you would realize that the "ch" (also used as "s" sound in words like
seidhigal - remember how 'sun seidhigal' is written in thamizh?) was the
original letter in the alphabet. and the other "s" sound letter was added
many many years later??
singh5g on Saturday, March 24, 2012 Amazing Song, Heard it many times. I am a Punjabi and do not know Tamil.
But I wanted to sing along, so after some search and a little help by a
Tamil speaker, this is what I came up with - Aasai mugam marand poachae -
eedhai Yaaridam sulvain aDi torhee, neesum marakvillai ninjam - Yenil
Neenaivu mugam marakklamo Kandan mugam mrandu ponal - indai Kangal irundai
pyenum DanDo Vanna paDmayeelai kanDa - ini VaaDum vaDee en aDi torhee Hope
it is more or less OK.
wisevice on Monday, September 05, 2011 this is lovely - shankar's arrangement is just magical. as for everyone
griping about pronounciation, surely any tamizhan worth his/her salt knows
that there are tamil dialects all over India - thirunalveli tamil sounds
different from palakkad tamil which sounds different from coimbatore tamil.
their pronounciation is very much the iyer/iyengar dialect of tamil and is
as valid as any of the other dialects. so calm down and enjoy the music :)
thodilover on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 So? must you bring in your caste-biased views here? What has brahmin got to
do with this? Is it because these girls are Brahmins? So what? You guys
have your minds in the gutter and every opportunity you get, you have to
bad-mouth your own Tamilians - whether they are Brahmins, Mudaliar,
Chettiar, Goundar, Nadar or Thevar ... we all are Tamils first.
staysafeable on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 Brahmin Tamil dialect. Asai is also pronounced as aasai or even aachai
where the letter ச could sound like "s", "c" and "sh" according to the way
Tamils of different region speak. Thanks for popularizing this old song
again, my comment about the singers. They are cool and their voices are
soothing. Produce more we support you!
thodilover on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 Ivan Jolly - I am not ARGUING man! This song was composed by one of the
greatest Tamil Poets, Mahakavi Subramanya Bharati. I love the fusion and
Shankar Tucker and the girls have done an outstanding job of putting this
together. However, I still say the pronunciation of certain words were
wrong. Anyway, let us let it go at that.