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Shyama Shastri (26 April 1762 – 1827) or Syama Sastri was a musician and composer of Carnatic music. He was the oldest among the Trinity of Carnatic music, Thyagaraja and Muthuswami Dikshitar being the other two. Shyama Shastri was born on 26 April 1762 in a Brahmin family in Tiruvarur in what is now the state of Tamil Nadu. He received his instruction in the vedas, astrology, and other traditional subjects early on and learned music from his maternal uncle. He was later trained in music by Adiappayya, a noted durbar musician of Thanjavur.
Kāmākṣhī anudinamu maruvakanē - Bhairavi
Kāmākṣhī padayugame sthiramaninē - Yadukulakamboji
Rāvē himagiri kumāri - Todi
Śaṅkari Śaṃkuru candra mukhī - Saveri
pAlayAshu mAM paradEvatE - Arabhi
kanaka śaila vihāriṇī - Punnagavarali
Birāna varālicci brōvave - Kalyani
Dēvī brōva samayamu - Chintamani
kAmAkSi lOka sAkSiNi - Madhyamavati
Māyammā yani nē pilacite - Ahiri
Mari vērē gati evvarammā - Anandabhairavi
Nannu brōvu lalitā - Lalita
O jagadambā nannu - Anandabhairavi
Pārvati ninu nē nera nammiti - Kalkada
Sarōja daḷa nētri himagiri putrī - Sankarabharanam
Tallī ninnu nera namminānu vinavē - Kalyani
Pāhi Srī Girirājasutē Karuṇākalitē - Anandabhairavī
Devī Mīna Nētrī Brōva - Shankarabharanam
Ennēramum un Nāmam - Poorvikalyani
Ennēramum un Pāda Kamalam - Punnagavarali