1. Vathapi Ganapathim Hamsadwani - Adi Muthuswamy Dhikshithar
2. Marugelara Jayanthasri Adi Sri Thyagaraja
3. Vasudevyani Kalyani Adi - Sri Thyagaraja
4. Madava Mamava Neelambari Adi Narayanatheerthar
5. Unnaiandriuttra Thuni Bhavani Rupagam Dhandapanidesikar
6. Evaritho Manavathi Adi - Thyagaraja
7. Thillana Behag Adi Languid Jayaraman
Born into a family of singers, this supreme classical Indian carnatic vocalist was eventually know as MLV, an acronym standing for melody, laya, and vidwat, three essential components of her, and hopefully anyone elses music. (Loasely translated, thats melody rhythmic variation and depth of feeling.) She was on of a select triad of female vocalist the pushed the envelope in a male-dominated culture, not only earning the right to perform on concert stages instead of only at private parties, but also being allowed to develop and demonstrate the ability to perform extended serious pieces from a variety of classical disciplines. Her associate female liberators were the vocalists D.K.Pallammal and M.S.Subbulakshmi. Vasanthakuamris mother was the concert performer laltihangi.