daarkmatter on Monday, January 28, 2013 Though what you said is true, you have to have some sympathy for telugu and
kannada people who due to the natural geography of the region, bore the
maximum assault on their language and culture from the sanskrit speaking
north over millenia as Mr.Sreedhar Reddy has unwittingly demonstrated. If
it wasnt for them, the "Tamil" of today wouldnt even have existed even in
its present rather "impure" form for us enjoy its uniqueness and classical
importance of being the mother of Dravidian languages.
mozhivizhaivAn on Sunday, November 13, 2011 Excellent effort by each and every individual in this group - really hats
off to you all for presenting this composition in a way that has uplifted
its true emotional undertones! Can barely hold back the tears when
listening and repeating myself. On a technical note, one or two sangati-s
as rendered by the vocalists could be polished a little but more important
than classical purism here is the fact that your overall portrayal of the
song has evidently achieved its desired effect. Thanks!
nithyakanna ram on Thursday, March 21, 2013 No one is finding fault here. But there are certain things that you have to
take into consideration. No one is going to criticize when people talk in
dialects in their own lives. But what would you think the reaction would if
someone sand thaaye yashoda or mahaganapathim in a thirunelveli or
coimbatore slang? or even worse, chennai slang:P. Its a bharatiyar song. I
feel checking pronunciations is important .He loved the language. He also
fought the caste system.Keep that in mind.
rsbullz on Friday, June 03, 2011 @maduraisamuel : Naanum intha generationukku chedavan taan. "Iyer"nu
veccunda tappunu eppadi solla mudiyum? I hate this form of forced
modernization, similar to the laws that France is enforcing these days.
Ellarukkum vityasamAna abhiprAyangal irrukkum. There is no need for you to
be preachy and tell how "modern" generation should be. Leave it to the
parents to decide for their children. Its not like anyone is forcing you to
retain your caste name.