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Harivarasanam Viswamohanam Music with Lyrics | T S Ranganathan | Ayyappa Songs | Tamil Bhakthi Songs

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Harivarasanam Viswamohanam Music with Lyrics | T S Ranganathan | Ayyappa Songs | Tamil Bhakthi Songs | Tamil Bhajan

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Music Credit:
Music Identify: Harivarasanam
Artist Identify: T S Ranganathan
Album Identify: Ayyappa Nitya Paaraayanam

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Music Lyrics:
Harivaraasanam vishvamohanam
Haridhadeeshwaram aaraadhyapaadukam
Arivimardanam nityanartanam
Hariharaatmajam devamaashraye 1
Sharanakeertanam shaktamaanasam
Bharanalolupam nartanaalasam
Arunabhaasuram bhootanaayakam
Hariharaatmajam devamaashraye 2
Pranayasatyakam praananaayakam
Pranatakalpakam suprabhaanjitam
Pranavamandiram keertanapriyam
Hariharaatmajam devamaashraye 3
Turagavaahanam sundaraananam
Varagadaayudham vedavanditam
Gurukrupaakaram keertanapriyam
Hariharaatmajam devamaashraye 4
Tribhuvanaarchitam devatatmakam
Trinayanaprabhum divyadeshikam
Tridashaapoojitam chintitapradam
Hariharaatmajam devamaashraye 5
Bhavabhayaapaham bhaavukaavaham
Bhuvanamohanam bhootibhooÀhanam
Dhavalavaahanam divyavaaranam
Hariharaatmajam devamaashraye 6

Kalamrudusmitam sundaraananam
Kalabhakomalam gaatramohanam
Kalaba Kesari vaajivaahanam
Hariharaatmajam devamaashraye 7
Shritajanapriyam chintitapradam
Shrutivi bhooshanam saadhujeevanam
Shrutimanoharam geetalaalasam
Hariharaatmajam devamaashraye 8
Jayaviyatpade jayajagatpade
Jayadayaanidhe jayajayaaryane
Bhootanaayakaa lokanaayakaa
Hariharaatmajam sharanamayyappa 9
Pranavamantrame prabhava moolame
Brahmadaivame dharmadaivame
Jyoti roopame naadaroopame
Hariharaatmajam sharanamayyappa 10
Adbhudhaakrute chinmayaakrute
Nirgunaakrute nirmalaakrute
Manga½aakrute mohanaakrute
Hariharaatmajam sharanamayyappa 11
Annanaayakaa praananaayakaa
Hrudayanaayakaa jnyaananaayakaa
Sachchidaatmakaa vishvanaayakaa
Hariharaatmajam sharanamayyappa 12
Jananakaarakaa vishvarakÀhakaa
Naashakaarakaa vedakaarakaa

Mohineesutaa doorjateesutaa
Hariharaatmajam sharanamayyappa 13
VaiÀhnaveshvaraa shaivapoojitaa
Mandaleshwaraa panditeshwaraa
Kaliyukeshwaraa keraleshwaraa
Hariharaatmajam sharanamayyappa 14
Shyaamakomalaa kutilakuntalaa
Jitaruchirmukhaa madanamohanaa
Asidhanurdharaa makutabhooshitaa
Hariharaatmajam sharanamayyappa 15
Vipinna matyakaa shvaapataavrutaa
Mrugayatatparaa chadulochanaa
Ashvavaahana sainyasevitaa
Hariharaatmajam sharanamayyappa 16
Shabarivaasane dhyaananiÀhthane
Nyaasavruttane sarvashaktane
Varadhaayyane paramadaivame
Hariharaatmajam sharanamayyappa 17
Bhakatavatsalaa shaktivarttakaa
Shatrunaashakaa muktidaayakaa
Paahipaahimaam paahipaahimaam
Hariharaatmajam sharanamayyappa 18
Sharanamayyappa Swaami sharanamayyappa
Sharanamayyappa Swaami sharanamayyappa
Sharanamayyappa Swaami sharanamayyappa
Sharanamayyappa Swaami sharanamayyappa
Sharanam Ayyappa Swaami Sharanam Ayyappa

Harivarasanam (Malayalam: ഹരിവരാസനം, Sanskrit in Devanagari: हरिवरासनम्), also called Hariharasuthāshtakam, is a Sanskrit Hindu devotional tune composed within the astakam metre, recited at Sabarimala (the principal Ayyappan pilgrimage web site), earlier than closing the temple door each evening.[1] The tune was written by Kambangudi Kulathur Srinivasa Iyer and Swami Vimochanananda sang it for the primary time at Sabarimala.[citation needed] Although there have been many variations of this tune sung by many famend vocalists like P. Unni Krishnan, the Sabarimala temple performs the rendition by Okay. J. Yesudas of a musical model composed by the famend music director G. Devarajan each night after the ultimate pooja.

‘Harivarasanam’ is a Sanskrit devotional tune written in eight stanzas, known as ‘Ashtakam’. It was written by Kambakudi Kulathur Srinivasa Iyer, a guruswami, in 1947. Iyer sang this tune many occasions after Athazha Pooja, simply earlier than closing the temple doorways. However, it turned a sleeping tune just a few years later, with the assistance of V. Eeswaran Namboothiri, the then head priest (Melsanthi), who sang this tune on the re-consecration day in 1951.

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