London Radhakalyanam 2018 was a major success and made everyone aware of our traditions. We need to continue this Sampradayam and preserve it for our next generations
UK Sampradaya Bhajan Mandali aims to preserve and promote the Dakshina Bharata Sampradaya Bhajanai of the Marudanallur Sampradayam.
Following are the list of songs for the 1st of June Bhajanai in Kenton Scout Hall, Harrow. All songs below will be sung in F/F# Scale
- Sree Vignarajam (Oothukadu)
- Vellai Thaamarai puvil irrupal
- Om Muruga Jaya Om Muruga
- Bho Shambho (Dayanand Saraswathi)
- Jaga Janani Sukha
- Dolayam Dolayam (Annamacharya)
- Bhagyada (Purandara Dasa)
- Brahmam Okate(Annamacharya)
- Narahari Deva Janardhana (Bhadrachala Ramdas)
- 3rd Ashtabathi 5 verses
- Gopalasi khelathi, ananda dolathi
- Prabho Maruthi
Sri Bhagwan Thiruvadhanai CHODACHOPACHARAM (Tamil)
Sri Bhagwan Thiruvadhanai CHODACHOPACHARAM (Sanskrit)
Ekadasi Bhajanais (on Skype)– We conduct Ekadasi Bhajanais twice every month through Skype. Sri Udayalur Kalyanaraman had a message for all of us about Ekadasi bhajanai in every village. Ekadasi is dear to Lord Vishnu and is to be spent on meditation and Dhyanam of Sriman Naarayana. This day is specially meant for Bhajans, Harinamasankeerthanam, hearing religious discourses and performing pujas. In line with this Ekadasi bhajanai revival, we have a small group in the UK which meets every fortnight over Skype in our small effort to preserve this tradition. Let us know if anyone is interested.
Weekend Sampradaya Bhajanai (in person) – Apart from Ekadasi Bhajanais, weekend Sampradaya Bhajanais take place in
- London Sampradaya Bhajan group at Harrow &
- Carnatic-Circle at Solihull
Interested people may get in touch to be part of this satsangham. You may be a learner, listener or an avid musician. All are welcome and be part of the great Marudanallur sampradaya tradition.