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Re: Is this a typo?

From: Sadagopan (sgopan_at_computer.net)
Date: Tue Dec 07 1999 - 06:11:02 PST

Dear Sri SarangapANi Kidambi:

Thanks very much for your note and
the information on the blessed musicians , who
have recorded Sri AnnamayyA's songs steeped 
in Bhagavath anubhavam . 

The use of the words Ahobilam and AhObalam 
are interchangably and specifically used by 
Sri AnnamAryA to telling effect. Thanks for 
asking about it . With your permission , I am 
copying the Bhakthi list , since some of them
may have similar concerns .

The typo was elsewhere : VaraahAkhAra .
                                ***  
That should have read VaraahAkAra .
                             **
The use of "kh" instead of "k" in
the above compound word would have
suggested links to some other personality
( Khara DhUshaNan of Srimath RaamAyaNam ).
The intent was to suggest " VarAha AakAra ",
or the one who has the form of VarAha Moorthy.
This was pointed out by another dear BhakthA .

Best wishes ,
V.Sadagopan 


At 07:18 AM 12/7/99 -0600, you wrote:
>Dear SrimAn Sadagopan:
>In this beautiful AnnamAchArya's kriti, (in the 1st and 2nd CharaNams,
>AhObilam and AhObalam are both used. I believe the former is correct
>one, and the latter was just a typo. Please clarify.
>
>I am a great fan of this great AchArya. I hope you already heard several
>of them by Tirumala AsthAna gAyaka, Sri G. Balakrishna Prasad. His voice
>is very melodious. Of course, those of Smt. M.S. SubbaLaxmi, Sr.
>M.BalamuraLi Krishna, and Smt. Sobha Raju are great too.
>
>Thanks.
>Sarangapani Kidambi