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Tanjavur Urumi Melam Pushpavanam Kuppusamy Song


Tanjavur Urumi Melam Pushpavanam Kuppusamy Song




Tanjavur Urumi Melam is a popular Tamil folk song sung by Dr. Pushpavanam Kuppusamy, a renowned singer, composer, and folklorist. The song is about the traditional drumming art of Tanjavur, a city in Tamil Nadu known for its rich cultural heritage. The song celebrates the skill and spirit of the drummers who play the urumi, a long cylindrical drum made of metal and animal skin. The song also praises the beauty and grace of the women who dance along with the drumming.


The song was written, composed, and sung by Dr. Pushpavanam Kuppusamy in 1986 for a television show on Chennai Doordarshan. The song became an instant hit and has been covered by many other singers and musicians over the years. The song has also inspired several film songs, such as "Ranjithame" from the movie Vaarisu, "Chandirare Suriyare" from the movie Mochakottai Pallazhagi, and "Thanjavooru Mannu Eduthu" from the movie Porkkaalam. The song is considered a milestone in Dr. Pushpavanam Kuppusamy's musical career and a tribute to the folk culture of Tamil Nadu.




Tanjavur Urumi Melam Pushpavanam Kuppusamy Song



Dr. Pushpavanam Kuppusamy is a versatile singer who has sung in various genres, such as devotional, classical, and folk songs. He has a doctorate in Carnatic music and has performed over 3000 concerts across India and abroad. He is also a folklorist who has documented and preserved many folk songs, dances, and rituals of Tamil Nadu. He has collaborated with his wife Anitha Kuppusamy, who is also a folk singer, in many albums and shows. They have also launched their own online shopping app called Viha, where they sell their homemade beauty products, pooja items, and other products.


Tanjavur Urumi Melam is a song that showcases the rich and vibrant folk culture of Tamil Nadu. It is a song that celebrates the art and passion of the drummers and dancers who perform the urumi melam. It is a song that reflects the pride and joy of the people of Tanjavur, who have a glorious history and tradition. It is a song that will make you tap your feet and join the rhythm.


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