+ Melakartha raga information for the Janya ragas
+ Create your own favorite raga list
+ Share raga details with your friends
+ Letter notation for Arohanam and Avarohanam
+ Play both Arohanam and Avarohanam
+ Carnatic Lessons
+ Tala reference
+ Carnatic Instrumentalists Biography
+ Search by Swara using Exact or Partial matches
+ Advanced search algorithm for Search by Name
+ Female vocals to sing the swaras
+ Piano/Keyboard interface for swara selection
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Tyagaraja lived in the late 18th century and early 19th century in Tiruvayyaru in present Tanjore district in Tamil Nadu. His compositions are considered to be some of the finest in Carnatic music. These five kritis are in Telugu set to music in five ragas: Naata, Goula, Arabhi, Varaali and Sri.
These 100 songs contain full history of Each song such as, Year, Singer, Movie, Producer, Music Composer etc.This is unlike any book released by Kannadhasan Pathippagam. We have planned many more apps including Arthmulla Indhu Madham Vanavasam, Cheraman Kadhali as an App, Ebook and Audio book.
Kannadasan (Tamil: கண்ணதாசன்) (24 June 1927 – 17 October 1981) was a Tamil poet and lyricist, heralded as one of the greatest and most important writers in the Tamil language. Frequently called Kaviarasu (English: King of Poets), Kannadasan was most familiar for his song lyrics in Tamil films and contributed around 5000 lyrics besides 6000 poems and 232 books, including novels, epics, plays, essays, his most popular being the 10-part religious essay on Hinduism, captioned Arthamulla Indhumatham (English: Meaningful Hindu Religion). He won the Sahitya Akademi Award for his novel Cheraman Kadali in the year 1980 and was the first ever to receive the National Film Award for Best Lyrics, given in 1969 for the film Kuzhanthaikkaga.
The most well-known Suprabhātam work is the Veṅkaṭesasuprabhatam recited at Tirupati to awaken Veṅkaṭesa. A rendition of the poem by renowned carnatic vocalist M. S. Subbulakshmi is extremely popular which is played daily in many homes and temples of South India.
- This app gives some (masterpieces) of his writings.
Warning - the app is decidedly crappy if your display's pixel density is higher than 400 or so. Everything would appear too small and the game would also be too slow I think.
I am going to developers' hell, I know. Will make the UI scalable when I find time.
Goal: Block at least 75% of the area
Player: The red square. Can move horizontally or vertically. Swipe anywhere on the screen to indicate the direction you want the red square to move. Anywhere. You don't really have to touch the red square to move the player.
Enemies: Black/white squares that move. They can move diagonally at a constant speed, and they change directions when they hit an obstacle. Avoid bumping into these.
Blackholes: Black rectangular shapes on the board. If you surround these without any enemies inside, then they get sealed and will disappear. Not present in "Classic" mode.
I invite feedback and comments - either here or at email@example.com
PS: It originally started as an android version of the classic game Xonix32 - https://archive.org/details/Xonix32_1020 You might've played other games called "ST Lines" or "Qix" which I am told have a similar format
PPS: This app is ad-free and does not require ANY special permissions.