Krishna Ni Begane Baaro

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Krishna Nee Begane Baro is a famous classical song in Kannada language. It is composed in Raga Yaman Kalyani by Vyasatirtha . The Tala is Misra chapu (also usually referred as chapu).[1]

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Vyasaraya Tirtha or Vyasatirtha (1460–1539) (also known as Vyasaraja, Vyasaraayaru), a Haridasa, was born at Bannur in the Mysore District of Karnataka state. He is regarded as one of the foremost dialecticians in the history of Indian philosophy. He belonged to the Dvaita school of Madhvacharya. He along with Jayatirtha, helped in systematizing Dvaita into an established school of Vedic thought. Vyasatirtha's genius lay in his clear understanding and exposition of all his opposing schools of thought, for which even his opponents admired him. He was a master at debate and dialogue in logic and philosophy. Sung by multiple singers.



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