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India’s first music museum to institute in Thiruvaiyaru, Tamil Nadu

India’s first music museum to come up in Thiruvaiyaru, Tamil Nadu: Details, Features, Highlights

Tamil Nadu has announced to institute India’s first ever music museum with assistance from the Central government in Thiruvaiyaru.

Thiruvaiyaru is the birthplace of Saint Tyagaraja, one of the Trinities of Carnatic music. The other two of the Trinity are Muthuswami Dikshitar and Syama Sastri.

The Tyagaraja Aaradhana Music Festival which is held annually in January in Thiruvaiyaru attracts musical talents from all over the world.

About Saint Tyagaraja

Saint Tyagaraja was a renowned composer of Carnatic music. He has composed thousands of devotional compositions, mostly in Telugu in the praise of Lord Rama, many of which remain popular today.

Saint Tyagaraja saw the reigns of four kings of Maratha dynasty — Tulaja II (1763-1787), Amarasimha (1787-1798), Serfoji II (1798-1832) and Sivaji II (1832-1855), but he served none of them.

 


 

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