Anthari Sundari

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Anthari , Sundari , Kamakshi
Neelakanta sivan

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(Sage Neelakanta Sivan was a great composer belonging to South Travancore and lived at the end of 19th century. Though a very great composer of Carnatic music Krithis, very many people do not know about him. His Disciple Papanasam Sivan is however well known. as well as give a very detailed account of this composer and his Krithis. Though he is said have composed over 2000 Krithis very few of them are now available.)

Ragam Karahara Priya
Thalam Aadhi

Anthari Sundari Kamakshi,
Yenakku arul puri , ma Madurai Meenakshi

Sundaresar Vamangamevi Ananda modum,
Sukhamum kaikondu naamum miga magizhndu uravadum

Mum mulai thada thagai yena puvi meethu udithay,
Muzhudu ulagamum vendru veera mudi tharithai,
Chemayay ulagu aandu jagam pugazhnthida vaithay,
Thiru neelakandar pathi udarkku alangaramuthay.

English translation

Oh pretty Kamakshi who is within me,
Oh Meenakshi of great Madurai city, show your grace on me

She who is spread on the left side of God Sundaresa,
With whom we , who are filled with pleasure ,
Become very close with very great happiness.

You were born as Thadathagai with three breasts,
You won over the three words and wore the crown of victory,
You ruled the world well and made the world praise you,
And later became ornament for half the body of Neelakanta(Blue necked Shiva) .