Lord Krishna In Ilayaraja'S 'Natha Veliyinile'- A Critical Approach

Dr. Sri. Pa. Dhevarajan
2016 Zenodo  
This article, Lord Krishna in Ilayaraja's Nathaveliyinile' tries to prove the power of 'Gurus' (Residential Teachers) on helpless disciples. Even Lord Krishna violates the ethics of war to fulfill the ambition of Karma; He succeeds too. As musician Ilayaraja is an atheist and follower of Hinduism, he tries to reveal the cunningness played by God over man in an add hour. He strongly refuses the approach of Lord Krishna on Arjuna's innocence. Thus he says no need of showing 'Vishvarooba Dharsan'
more » ... shvarooba Dharsan' in battle field (Gurusetra). The researcher supports the view of the poet.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.60699 fatcat:zsqyd5zxs5bnpo3w5f5sehkdsu