How musical! vocalists thrilled by its sweet cadences filling their
frames turn oblivious before letting out melodies through their god
gifted throats, while tongues, plates and lips succeed in giving
forms to the tunes to immerse the audience in anandasagara.
syllables drip music, while the name recreates the enchanting;
spectacle of the memorable scene of Krishna's Venunada that brought
into existence here a splendid shrine for Krishna, who has been
enjoying himself in playing on flute since the Dwaparayuga perhaps.
Although the entire township has been overflowing with mellifluous
notes of murali from the days of Muralipriya Krishna, it was not
audible to any, lost in the mundane activities.
they feasted the ears of Pooratam Tirunal Thampuran once, when
sailing in the company of Bilwamangla Swamiyar, who at once
recognised that it was none other than Gopal's Venuganamrutha.
Alighting from the boat, Bilwamangalaswamiyar directed his steps
towards the source of the sound.