Sangita Kalanidhi Dr. Nedunuri Krishnamurthy


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The Final Goal of human life is Salvation. The "Bhakthi Cult" was extensively propagated into the human routine by the Musical Trinity viz., Thyagaraja, Dikshitar and Shyama Sastri, besides Anamacharya, Purandara Dasa and Rama Dasu, the Singing Saints of South India. Besides " Bhakthi", the golden treasure of our musical heritage was also melodiously blended into their masterly compositions. As a Result, they elevated the contemporary society to the highest peak of human values, flavored with ethical excellence, and aesthetic sublimity. But, the trend of the modern age is so disappointing, that material achievements are occupying prominent place in the day to day life. Spiritual pursuits are on decline, as result of which, the ethical equilibrium is getting disturbed and thereby the social welfare is at stake. Unless something is done to renovate our traditional values, through Fine Arts, like Music, and Dance, I am afraid soon we lose our claim over the Glorious Past. Having the above objective profoundly fixed up in my mind, province prompted the "Nadasudha Tarangini Trust" as the medium to achieve the goal of my life. It was inaugurated by my revered guru PADMABHUSHAN, SANGEETHA KALANIDHI, DR. SRIPADA PINAKAPANI M.D., on 22nd March 1991. This was registered on 26th July, 1991 (No.682/91) having Sri Challapalli Rama Rao and Sri Perala Lakshmana Rao as trustees.

So far under the auspices of the NADASUDHA TARANGINI TRUST four volumes of " ANNAMAYYA PADA SOURABHAM " consisting of thirty compositions each, with notation have been published. Publication of these works was partly funded by Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams, A.P. and Sri Annamacharya Project of North America (SAPNA). Further three audio cassettes were also released with the sponsorship of Smt. Sri Devi Ranga Raj (Chicago, USA) and Smt. Jyothsna Potaraju and Sri Sreedhar Potaraju (Potomac, USA). I also wish to bring out the compositions of Sadguru Sri Thyagaraja in a similar fashion.

Currently, it costs about Rs. 1,50,000 to bring out one audio CD of good quality recording with elegant look. It costs even more to record a video CD. It is difficult for one person or an institution to execute this sacred project single handed, unaided. Therefore, I call upon the music lovers, ALL OVER THE WORLD, to contribute generously towards this divine goal. Any amount is accepted with thousandfold thanks. Individual or joint contributions of more than 50% of the cost of the audio / video album will be acknowledged with the name(s) of sponsor(s) printed on the inlay card of the CD cover. Donations may be made over in any convenient form to NADASUDHA TARANGINI TRUST and I assure you , every single cent, will be spent, with utmost care and devotion towards the fulfillment of the aims and objectives of NADASUDHA TARANGINI TRUST. A copy of the trust's aims and objectives and my resumé is available which speak for themselves.

Looking forward for your helping hand towards a great cause.

'in service of Music'


Managing Trustee, Nadasudha Tarangini Trust.

Nadasudha Tarangini CDs

  1. Annamayya Pada Ravali - Recorded at PVR Digital Studio, Hyderabad.
    Recording Engineer: Ch. Siva Kumar
  2. Annamacharya Sankeerthanas - Nadasudha Tarangini
  3. Annamayya Pada Neerajanam - Nadasudha Tarangini
  4. Annamayya Pada Kadambam - Nadasudha Tarangini

Nadasudha Tarangini Books

  1. Annamayya Pada Sourabham
    - 4 Volumes, Covering 108 Compositions with notations
    - Nadasudha Tarangini
  2. Annmayya Padaartha Prakaashika
    - commentary by Sri N. Ch. Krishnamacharyulus on lyrics of 108 compositions set to tune by Sri Nedunuri
    - Nadasudha Tarangini