Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Baavra Mann - Hazaaron Khwaishen Aisi

I absolutely adore this song. Here is my attempt at singing this fantastic composition. Please let me know what you think! 

Baavra Mann_Hazaar...

6 comments:

Freespirit said...

I really love this song. Btw..found a stash of Bhimsen Joshi at home - ripped it off all the cd's. Mostly Marathi but let me know if you'd like them.

Harish Suryanarayana said...

The song is good .. yeah. Sure ! I'd love to have them :)

An Iengar Chick .... said...

Pretty impressive ...but, kintu,parantu lekin...you do have a pretty heavy SI accent. Like while saying dekho and khamoshiya, the 'kh' sounds like 'k' :} very common for a non-bambaiyya SI.

But neato neeways. BTW I have nevuh been known as Ranganayaki tho..its my middle name. Jus' thot would mention that since you did blogroll me wid it.

Harish Suryanarayana said...

@chick - Thank you :) Many people have told me about the accent. Well me from South India, idli-sambar and the pattu pavadai :) Can't help it.

Ranganayaki came about from me perusing your list of blogs to find someone call you that. Just to let me know who it is :) I prefer a name to a pseudonym, little quirk, nothing more.

An Iengar Chick .... said...

Most folks call me Red. Whats in a name, yea :)

BTW, I'm a bombayite (its nevuh gonna be Mumbai for me...can u image saying mumbaite..naaah geez what were they thinkin...* bangs head on keyboard* ) but still am a idli-sambhar, thayirsadham and pattu sari kinda gal. You dont have to be from SI to like these things. After all I am an Iengar.

But yeah u r kinda heavy on the accent :)

Hmm yea yea after a post of mine with the same name some folks call me Ranga/Ranganayaki. Its a pretty name, Ranganayaki, but feels kinda strange...no one has called me by that name ever xcept my gramma, she was the one who gave me my middle name. BTW if you are wonderin' (not that you were or you are but anyhoo) noone has ever called me by my first name well not ever if you dont count my seventh grade math teacher in India and one of my professor here in the states. I have always been known as Red or one of my other short names.

Well okay suit yourself, as you wish, Ranganayaki it is.

Pranati said...

nice..:)