Friday, January 04, 2008

Thyagaraja Kriti - Vinanaasakoni - Raga Prataapa Varaali

Transliteration–Telugu _______________________________________________________
Transliteration as per Modified Harvard-Kyoto (HK) Convention
(including Telugu letters – Short e, Short o) -

a A i I u U
R RR lR lRR
e E ai o O au M (H or :)

(e – short E – Long o – short O – Long)

k kh g gh n/G
c ch j jh n/J (jn – as in jnAna)
T Th D Dh N
t th d dh n
p ph b bh m
y r l L v
S sh s h

vinanAsakoni-pratApavarALi

In the kRti ‘vinanAsakoni’ – rAga pratApavarALi, SrI tyAgarAja asks Lord to let him also hear the sweet words spoken in the conversation between Him and sItA.

pallavi
vinan(A)sakoni(y)unnAnurA viSva rUpuDa nE


anupallavi
manasAraga vInula vinduga madhuramaina palukula (vina)


caraNam
sItA ramaNitO 1Omana-guNTal(A)Di gelucuTa
cEtan(o)karik(o)karu jUci A bhAvam(e)rigi
sAkEt(A)dhipa nijamagu prEmatO palkukonna muccaTa
vAt(A)tmaja bharatulu vinn(a)Tula tyAgarAja sannuta (vina)

Gist
O Lord of Universal Form! O Lord of ayOdhyA well-praised by this tyAgarAja!

  • I am eager to listen to (those) sweet words, to my heart’s content, as a feast to my ears.


  • In the same manner as heard by AnjanEya and bharata,

  • I am eager to listen to the words said in the conversation (between You and sItA),

  • with true love, looking at each other, understanding that feeling (in each other’s heart),

  • immediately after winning the game Omana-guNTalu with the beautiful sItA.


Word-by-word Meaning

pallavi
vinanu-Asakoni-unnAnurA viSva rUpuDa nE

O Lord of Universal (viSva) Form (rUpuDa)! I (nE) am eager (Asakoni unnAnurA) to listen (vinanu) (vinanAsakoniyunnAnurA).


anupallavi
manasAraga vInula vinduga madhuramaina palukula (vina)

O Lord of Universal Form! I am eager to listen to –
(those) sweet (madhuramaina) words (palukula), to my heart’s content (manasAraga) (literally mind’s content), as a feast (vinduga) to my ears (vInula).


caraNam
sItA ramaNitO Omana-guNTalu-ADi gelucuTa
cEtanu-okariki-okaru jUci A bhAvamu-erigi
sAkEta-adhipa nijamagu prEmatO palkukonna muccaTa
vAta-Atmaja bharatulu vinna-aTula tyAgarAja sannuta (vina)

O Lord of Universal Form! O Lord (adhipa) of ayOdhyA (sAkEta) (sAkEtAdhipa) well-praised (sannuta) by this tyAgarAja!
In the same manner (aTula) as heard (vinna) (vinnaTula) by AnjanEya – mind-born (Atmaja) of Wind God (vAta) (vAtAtmaja) and bharata (bharatulu),
I am eager to listen to the words said (palkukonna) in the conversation (muccaTa) (between You and sItA), with true (nijamagu) love (prEmatO), looking (jUci) at each other (okariki okaru), understanding (erigi) that (A) feeling (bhAvamu) (bhAvamerigi) (in each other’s heart), immediately after (cEtanu) (cEtanokarikokaru) winning the game (ADi gelucuTa) Omana-guNTalu (Omana-guNTalADi) with the beautiful (ramaNitOnu) sItA.


Notes –
References –
1 – Omana-guNTa – (tamizh pannAnguzhi or pallAnguzhi) – A game played indoors in a wooden board carved with 14 (pair of 7 each) slots using either tamarind or other seeds or sea shells – Please refer to site for details - Omana-guNTalu - Pallanguzhi

This episode is not found in vAlmIki rAmAyaNa. However, as per the following website – quoting periyAzhvAr's tirumozhi (1.3.10) (319) - rAma and sItA were playing chess (caturanga) in which rAma lost. Consequently sItA, as a punishment, tied the Lord with jasmine garlands. This is stated by AnjanEya to sItA at lankA as a proof of his being the messenger of SrI rAma. AnjanEya - Messenger
Please also refer to – periyAzhvAr tirumozhi



Devanagari

ऎ,कॆ,चॆ.. - e,ke,ce..(short);
ए,के,चे.. - E,kE,cE..(long);
ऐ,कै,चै.. - ai,kai,cai..;
ऒ,कॊ,चॊ.. - o,ko,co..(short);
ओ,को,चो.. - O,kO,cO..(long);
औ,कौ,चौ.. -au,kau,cau..;

प. विन(ना)सकॊनि(यु)न्नानुरा विश्व रूपुड ने

अ. मनसारग वीनुल विन्दुग मधुरमैन पलुकुल (विन)

च. सीता रमणितो ओमन-गुण्ट(ला)डि गॆलुचुट
चेत(नॊ)करि(कॊ)करु जूचि आ भाव(मॆ)रिगि
साके(ता)धिप निजमगु प्रेमतो पल्कुकॊन्न मुच्चट
वा(ता)त्मज भरतुलु वि(न्न)टुल त्यागराज सन्नुत (विन)


Tamil

க,ச,ட,த,ப - 2-ख छ ठ थ फ; 3-ग ड द ब; 4-घ झ ढ ध भ
(ச3 - ஜ)
ஸ1 श - शिव - சிவன்
ரு2 ऋ - कृप - கிருபை

ப. வின(னா)ஸகொனி(யு)ன்னானுரா விஸ்1வ ரூபுட3 நே

அ. மனஸாரக3 வீனுல விந்து3க3 மது4ரமைன பலுகுல (வின)

ச. ஸீதா ரமணிதோ ஓமன-கு3ண்ட(லா)டி3 கெ3லுசுட
சேத(னொ)கரி(கொ)கரு ஜூசி ஆ பா4வ(மெ)ரிகி3
ஸாகே(தா)தி4ப நிஜமகு3 ப்ரேமதோ பல்குகொன்ன முச்சட
வா(தா)த்மஜ ப4ரதுலு வின்(ன)டுல த்யாக3ராஜ ஸன்னுத (வின)

நான் கேட்க ஆசைகொண்டுளேனய்யா, அனைத்துலக உருவத்தோனே!

மனதார, காதுகளுக்கு விருந்தாக, இனிய (அச்)சொற்களைக்
கேட்க ஆசைகொண்டுளேனய்யா, அனைத்துலக உருவத்தோனே!

அழகி சீதையுடன் பன்னாங்குழியாடி, வென்ற
உடன், ஒருவரையொருவர் நோக்கி, அந்த உணர்வறிந்து,
சாகேத நகர்த் தலைவா! உண்மையான காதலுடன், நடத்திய உரையாடலை,
அனுமனும் பரதனும் கேட்டது போன்று, தியாகராசனால் போற்றப் பெற்றோனே!
கேட்க ஆசைகொண்டுளேனய்யா, அனைத்துலக உருவத்தோனே!

பன்னாங்குழி - பல்லாங்குழி
சாகேத நகர் - அயோத்தி நகர்


Telugu

ప. విననాసకొనియున్నానురా విశ్వ రూపుడ నే

అ. మనసారగ వీనుల విందుగ మధురమైన పలుకుల (విన)

చ. సీతా రమణితో ఓమన-గుంటలాడి గెలుచుట
చేతనొకరికొకరు జూచి ఆ భావమెరిగి
సాకేతాధిప నిజమగు ప్రేమతో పల్కుకొన్న ముచ్చట
వాతాత్మజ భరతులు విన్నటుల త్యాగరాజ సన్నుత (విన)


Kannada

ಪ. ವಿನನಾಸಕೊನಿಯುನ್ನಾನುರಾ ವಿಶ್ವ ರೂಪುಡ ನೇ

ಅ. ಮನಸಾರಗ ವೀನುಲ ವಿಂದುಗ ಮಧುರಮೈನ ಪಲುಕುಲ (ವಿನ)

ಚ. ಸೀತಾ ರಮಣಿತೋ ಓಮನ-ಗುಂಟಲಾಡಿ ಗೆಲುಚುಟ
ಚೇತನೊಕರಿಕೊಕರು ಜೂಚಿ ಆ ಭಾವಮೆರಿಗಿ
ಸಾಕೇತಾಧಿಪ ನಿಜಮಗು ಪ್ರೇಮತೋ ಪಲ್ಕುಕೊನ್ನ ಮುಚ್ಚಟ
ವಾತಾತ್ಮಜ ಭರತುಲು ವಿನ್ನಟುಲ ತ್ಯಾಗರಾಜ ಸನ್ನುತ (ವಿನ)


Malayalam

പ. വിനനാസകൊനിയുന്നാനുരാ വിശ്വ രൂപുഡ നേ

അ. മനസാരഗ വീനുല വിന്ദുഗ മധുരമൈന പലുകുല (വിന)

ച. സീതാ രമണിതോ ഓമന-ഗുണ്ടലാഡി ഗെലുചുട
ചേതനൊകരികൊകരു ജൂചി ആ ഭാവമെരിഗി
സാകേതാധിപ നിജമഗു പ്രേമതോ പല്കുകൊന്ന മുച്ചട
വാതാത്മജ ഭരതുലു വിന്നടുല ത്യാഗരാജ സന്നുത (വിന)


Updated on 08 Jun 2009

2 comments:

S.Govindaswamy said...

Dear Sri Govindan
C – 'gelucuTa cEta ' - In Tamil you have given the meaning as வென்ற
கையுடன். This can cause a little confusion although கையுடன் means immediately after winning. Does not cEta literally carry the meaning 'because'.
Regards
Govindaswamy

V Govindan said...

Dear Sri Govindaswamy,
In Tamil, like Telugu - cEta, 'கையுடன்' is a normal usage to mean 'immediately'. Therefore, I did not use any other word for 'cEta'. This, in my opinion, is more a colloquial usage and may not be able to find in the dictionay.
Regards,
V Govindan