Introduction (English): “Lokam Motham Lyrics” is a captivating song from the movie “Kalyanam Kamaneeyam.” The song is melodiously sung by Kala Bhairava, with lyrics penned by Krishna Kanth. The music for this song was skillfully composed by Shravan Bharadwaj. The presence of talented actors Santosh Soban and Priya Bhavani Shankar adds to the significance of this musical piece.
Introduction (Telugu): “లోకం మొతం సాహిత్యం” చిత్రం “కళ్యాణం కమనీయం” నుండి వచ్చింది. ఈ పాటను ‘కాలభైరవ’ గారు ఆనందంగా పాడారు, సాహిత్యం ‘కృష్ణ కాంత్’ ద్వారా రచించబడింది. ఈ పాటకు సంగీతం ఇళయరాజా గారి ద్వారా కూడిన ప్రాముఖ్యతను పెంచే విధంగా ఉంది. నటులు సంతోష్ సోబన్ మరియు ప్రియా భవాని శంకర్ కలిసినట్టుగా ఈ సంగీత పాటకు ప్రాముఖ్యతను పెంచే విధంగా ఉంది.
|Santosh Soban, Priya Bhavani Shankar
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Lokam Motham Song Lyrics in English
Lokam motham nannemanna sare
Nuvvante shunyam ayipothunde kadhe
Edho papam ventadindha padhe
Thappemi leka mante repe edhe
Nenadagane ye vivarane
Neneragane ee taruname
Nanu nuvu nilipe
Vadhalaku ipude ye…
Lokam Motham Song Lyrics in Telugu
లోకం మొత్తం నన్నెమన్న సరే
నువ్వంటే శూన్యం అయిపోతుందే కదే
ఎదో పాపం వెంటడిందా పదే
తప్పేమి లేక మంటే రెపే ఇదే
నేనదగనే ఏ వివరణే
నేనేరగనే ఈ తరుణమే
నను నువు నిలిపే
వదలకు ఇపుదే ఏ…
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Exploring the Meaning of Lokam Motham Song Lyrics
In a quaint village nestled in the lush green hills of Andhra Pradesh, there lived a man named Ramu. Ramu was known far and wide for his melodious voice and his ability to infuse life into any song he sang. But it was the song “Sidhilam Sidhilam” that held a special place in his heart.
Every evening, Ramu would sit under the ancient banyan tree at the village square and sing “Sidhilam Sidhilam.” The villagers, young and old, would gather around to listen. As the hauntingly beautiful melody filled the air, it was as if the entire village was transported to a world of emotions and memories.
Ramu’s rendition of the song was so moving that it had the power to make people laugh, cry, and reflect on their own lives. The lyrics resonated with the villagers, for they spoke of the joys and sorrows they had experienced in their close-knit community.
As the years passed, Ramu continued to sing “Sidhilam Sidhilam” beneath the banyan tree. The song became a symbol of unity and shared experiences for the villagers. It was a reminder that in their little world, they too had felt the essence of emptiness, confronted mistakes and regrets, sought understanding and connection, and celebrated love’s vulnerability.
Ramu’s voice grew older, but the timeless song remained as vibrant as ever. It was a testament to the enduring power of music to capture the echoes of human emotions. And in the heart of that village, beneath the ancient banyan tree, the lyrics of “Sidhilam Sidhilam” continued to weave their magic, bringing the community closer together with each soulful note.