Similarly - sanga-tungEna, which OVK seems to use a lot.
sādhaka viha sama tāraka pāṭhanēna - this is not clear
What is the take on - janaka sutā shishira vachana pātra chalita gagana vara sādhu mitrēṇa
Since these are written notes, are there more than one version of the same sahitya (probably in a different raga ?
vEga-vaha seems to be the more appropriate reading for the wind god, rather than vEga-vara. This is a [literal] synonym of Ashu-ga, another term for the wind [vide ghana-Agha-jImUta-Ashuga in tyagarAja's mALavi song]
The son who was very valuable and rapid/quick.
one who is intent on the taraka nama, whose effectiveness/magic is as immense as the sky.
shubhakarA - nEka and nurA gara gara jita aren't cases of disjointed sandhi. These are cases of padacchEda
Fast excellent son for vEga vara tanaya
I am at a loss to see the similarity in meaning of vEga vara/vaha or Ashuga with ati dhrtakara.
Is it tvaritakara?
The sanskRt word for fast is druta and not dhRta.
- the word is not exactly novel... There are others who have used danta-vastra as well. I meant that this particular combination is not often seen.radanAmbara
Is it jitEndriya = conquered passions
Is there a musically redeeming audio?
There is no connective theme.
Is this really by OVK?
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