Kinara - Shankar Tucker (ft. Mugdha Hasabnis & Amit Mishra) (Original) | Music Video





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Published on Jun 21, 2012

Official video for Virginia based musician, composer and producer Shankar Tucker’s 2012 original composition "Kinara", off the album The Shrutibox Vol.2.
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Music Credits:
Vocals: Mugdha Hasabnis
Tabla: Amit Mishra

Video Credits:
Cinematography by: Tshering
Produced by: Kartik Shah
Lyrics by: Mugdha Hasabnis
Location: Lotus Feet Studios

Shankar Tucker Bio:
The ShrutiBox is the title of an ongoing series of internet music videos composed, recorded, performed and directed by clarinetist and composer Shankar Tucker. Shankar’s musical style blends Classical music, Indian folk music traditions, jazz, pop music and electronic to create a unique and original fusion sound, both in solo recordings and with some of the most talented and accomplished young Carnatic and Hindustani vocalists and instrumentalists, including Vidya Vox, Vandana Iyer, Nirali Kartik, Mahesh Vinayakram, B. Sree Sundarkumar, and others. Shankar himself plays a wide range of instruments in his recordings: piano, bass, kanjira, tabla, and other percussion instruments.


Gila gila sa 
Dhua dhua sa
Khoya hua sa
Behka hua sa
Humsafar se milta yeh kinara, bhiga bhiga
Sagar se gehera yeh kinara

Diwano jaisa chahe wo sagar
sunta hai lehero ki aahatein
sagar ki lehere jaise  baje iktara
sajde mein uske hota hai kinara

sagarkinara jaise kanha aur radha
kanha bin radha kaise jiye
kanha se radha radha se kanha   
donno ki preet chamke banke ik tara

Rough Translation:

Soaked, smoky, lost, and intoxicated,
The shore meets his soulmate.
Deeper than the sea itself, is the shore.

He loves sea with passion,
He listens as the sound of the waves
Are drawn from the sea like the string of an Ektaara.
The shore is always there to worship the sea.
The sea and the shore are like lord Krishna and Radha,
How can Krishna live without Radha?
If Krishna is there, Radha will be there.
Their love shines like a star.

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