Lakshman wrote:Where did you hear it as a ragamalika?
A dance review, The Hindu, Aug 2010, mentions this as a ragamalika while yet another review, July 2007 mentions the song in Kedaragowla with a dance choreography by Dr. Vempati Chinnasatyam.
Her performance began with the traditional invocation to the presiding deity of Kuchipudi with Amba paraku under the able nattuvangam of Pasumarthi Seshubabu with the vocal support of Gitanjali, flute by Murali and Sridharacharya on mridangam. Narayana Theerdha's tarangam Jaya Jaya Vaishnavi Durge in Raagamalika (Adi taal)
followed the invocation with the pick up of Swathi and her disciple Sindhuja...http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 567220.ece
This was Dr. Vempati Chinnasatyam choreography. Jaya Jaya Vaishnavi Durge Amba, a Narayana Teertha’s tarangam in Kedaragowla was another fine number in her repertoire reflecting various moods of Durga....http://www.hindu.com/fr/2007/07/13/stor ... 070300.htm