She offered a well thought-out ‘Oruthi Maganai Piranthu’, a concert that captured the colours of Lord Krishna’s balaleela at the Margazhi Maha Utsavam.
‘Aadaathu Asangaathu Vaa’ offered indefinable joy to the overflowing, discerning audience, judging by their spontaneous ovation.
There couldn’t have been a more apt way for Vidushi Aruna Sairam to begin the Season.
Then an Oothukkadu virutham in Bhupalam and Atana led to the Behag Thiruppavai, ‘Oruththi Maganay Piranthu.’A Marathi song ‘Utee Utee Gopala’ in Misra Bhup recounted Yasodha’s efforts to wake up the little Krishna early in the morning.
Mridangam vidwan J. Vaidyanathan, along with Ganapathy (tabla) and Krishna (ghatam) offered a short and sweet thani.
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