Kharaharapriya love

Definitions

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  • proper n. Name of a rāgam in Carnatic music. It is the 22nd melakarta rāgam in the 72 melakarta rāgam system.

Etymologies

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From Sanskrit "loved by the slayer of demon Khara" खर + हर + प्रिया (priyā)

Examples

  • Kharaharapriya essay that followed a racy 'Yaydari Sancherintura'

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  • The audiences however loved it and waited with bated breath when their idol would display shades of Kharaharapriya in his Kalyani renditions.

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  • The varnam (nrityopahaaram) in Kharaharapriya, Adi talam 'Mohamaaginen' was a potpourri of exquisite jathis rendered by Sukhi, evocative singing by Deepu Nair (a perfect sruti aligned, mellifluous voice) Vedakrishnan's mridangam, Kalaiarasan's bhava-laden violin combined with Meenakshi's involved and communicative expressions.

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  • Kharaharapriya was thereafter taken up for a condensed elaboration that made a quick detour of the scale and was succeeded by "Senthil Andavan" in rupaka tala, augmented with a beautifully contoured neraval and fluent kalpana swaras.

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