To my all-in-one!

This post is dedicated to a Naughty, Intimate, Tolerant, Heart-warming and most Adored person! Thanks for being my everything ranging between two extremes and thus making my life balanced and cherished. ❤ 🙂

When a single person adorns multiple hats efficiently and with ease, adoring with all the love in the world is inevitable!

Another song adopted for movie from the verses of Bharathiyaar. The original verses are under the head “Kannan – en Sevagan”. Another brilliant work by the Mahakavi. This poetry shows that when the servant is Kannan, is he a mere servant? He becomes everything ranging between God to Servant..

The picturisation adds justice to the words and #SeerkazhiGovidarajan brings him live before the eyes just with the voice. The music of #KVMahadevan speaks for itself and indeed translates the words into the wordless music and brings forth the essence of the song.

The video of the song as well as transliteration is available here > http://wp.me/p5yGbu-1qJ

எங்கிருந்தோ வந்தான்
இடைச்சாதி நான் என்றான்
இங்கிவனை யான் பெறவே
என்ன தவம் செய்து விட்டேன்
கண்ணன் எங்கிருந்தோ வந்தான்

He came from somewhere;
I belong to the caste of Shepherds, said he.
To have him here,
What penance did I do?
Kannan came from somewhere

சொன்னபடி கேட்பான் துணிமணிகள் காத்திடுவான்
சின்ன குழந்தைக்கு சிங்காரப் பாட்டிசைப்பான்
கண்ணை இமையிரண்டும் காப்பது போல்
என் குடும்பம் வண்ணமுறக் காக்கின்றான்
வாய் முணுத்தல் கண்டறியேன்

He will obey the orders, Takes care of laundry and chores..
For little baby, he will sing beautiful songs..
Like the lashes protecting the eye,
He protects my family efficiently..
I have never seen him mumble (a complaint)

பற்று மிகுந்து வரப் பார்க்கின்றேன் கண்ணனால்
பெற்று வரும் நன்மையெல்லாம் பேசி முடியாது
நண்பனாய் மந்திரியாய் நல்லாசிரியனுமாய்
பண்பிலே தெய்வமாய் பார்வையிலே சேவகனாய்

I see my affection (for Kannan) keeps growing..
The goodness I receive from Kannan could be spoken without an end..
As a friend, As a minister, As a good teacher,
As God in attributes, (yet) As Servant in appearance!

 

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