En kadhal solla Paiya Lyrics Yuvan

En kadhal solla aasai illai, a trademark-Yuvan track with his own vocals that has now become a genre by itself! I bet if you are a Yuvan fan, you will start loving this song the moment you listen to it for the first time. Na Muthukumar has done a great job with the lyrics part. I am quite sure guys are gonna get mad after listening to this song. If there is one word that best describes this song, its Jim-dandy. :)

Song: En kadhal solla
Movie Name : Paiyaa
Music : Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyrics : Na Muthukumar
Singer : Yuvan Shankar Raja

En kadhal solla neram illai
un kadhal solla thevai illai
nam kadhal solla vaarthai illai
unmai maraithaalum maraiyaadhadi

Un kaiyil sera engavillai
un tholil saaya aasaiyillai
nee pona pimbu sogam illai
endru poi solla theriyadhadi

Un azhagale un azhagale
en veyil kaalam adhu mazhai kaalam
un kanavale un kanavale
manam alaipaayum mella kudai saayum

En kadhal solla neram illai
un kadhal solla thevai illai
nam kadhal solla vaarthai illai
unmai maraithaalum maraiyaadhadi

Kaatrodu kai veesi nee pesinaal
endhan nenjodu puyal veesudhe
vayadhodum manadhodum sollamale
sila ennangal valai veesudhe
kadhal vandhale kannodu dhan
kallathanam vandhu kudi yerumo
konjam nadithenadi konjam thudithenadi
indha vilayaattai rasithenadi

Un vizhiyaale un vizhiyaale
en vazhi maarum kan thadumaarum
adi idhu yedho oru pudhu yekkam
idhu valithalum nenjam adhai yerkum

Oru vaarthai pesamal enai paaradi
undhan nimidangal neelatume
veredhum ninaikaamal vizhi moodadi
endhan nerukangal thodaratume
yaarum paakkamal enai paarkiren
ennai ariyamal unai paarkiren
siru pilaiyena endhan imaigal adhu
unai kandaale gudhikindradhe

En adhigaalai en adhigaalai
un mugam paarthu dhinam yezha vendum
en andhi malai en andhi malai
un madi saiyndhu dhinam vizha vendum

En kadhal solla neram illai
un kadhal solla thevayilai
nam kadhal solla vaarthai illai
unmai maraithaalum maraiyadhadi

Un kaiyil sera yengavillai
un tholil saaya aasaiyillai
nee pona pimbu sogam illai
endru poi solla theriyadhadi
... that it is time to finally forgive yourself. You've carried the guilt, the shame for long enough. You've kept your wounds open for long enough. The time has to come to let go, to heal. Keep the lessons and let the pain heal. Yes, you know what we are talking about it. Amen. :-)

For you... Dad and Mom

This one is for you mom and dad.. Love you so much.. This is one of THE best videos I have ever seen. Well done guys. Kudos to Job, Charan and Yakzan.

P.S:- Special thanks to Meera alias Arvinth for sharing this video on FB. ;)

Life can't get any better than this

A few of the 1000 reasons that made me happy.. Not necessarily in order..

The clock strikes ten. You are still in bed. Your mom comes and says, "Mani 10 aachu. Innum ennada thookkam? Daily ivlo neram thoongura?" [Eng:- It's ten already and you are still sleeping. Why do you sleep like this daily?]. You reply, "Five more mins mom, please" and pull your bed sheet back to cover your face. Your sister is home for her vacation and she joins the party too. Two women and one man. You know who wins? Nevertheless you fight hard and manage to get extra 30 mins of sleep. Those 30 mins makes you feel like you are in heaven.

Your sister pulls you out of the bed and orders you to go brush your teeth. You follow her order and once you are done, your mom gives you Horlicks. You are 24 but you still feel like a kid when you are home. Horlicks - It makes you taller, stronger and sharper.

You gulp it and run upstairs to your room, give life to your PC and go online. Hardly six or seven hours since you last checked your mailbox but your inbox has 15 unread mails. You no more go orkutting, only twitter-ing and facebook-ing these days.

You suddenly realise that you have a test in another 30 mins. You hurry to the bathroom, take a shower and dress up. All these takes you only 5 mins. You rush down, eat your breakfast and come out of your home to find that its drizzling. Fantastic weather to go for a 30 km ride in your lovely bike. You switch on your ipod, plug in the phones to your ears with max volume. Ready, steady, go and you speed on.

On your way, you witness the most rarest scene in your life. A mini lorry nearby goes awry and it does a two 360 degree turn but still manages to come to a halt after hitting the bulwark. You know that you are lucky, if it had lost its balance, your bike would have been under the four wheels of the mini lorry. You thank God and raise your throttle.

Your average speed on road is 80 kph.

You reach the test centre on time and take up the test. You do the test exceptionally well and you are satisfied with your performance. You come out, the rain had just stopped pouring. Awesome weather again to ride back home. You light a cigarette and it makes you feel good.

You plug in your ipod again. You are one person who cannot live without music. You sing along and ride your bike at a moderate speed this time.

The onward journey took 25 minutes but the return journey takes an hour. The roads are always open for you. The ride makes you feel as if you are walking in air.

You come back home in an ecstatic mood. Your mom has made the best delicious food available on earth that you long to eat. But you yell at your mom, "Ma, unakku ethana thadava solrathu non-veg seyyathannu? Oru thadava sonna puriyathu? Weight pottutte poraen ma. Inimel veg mattum sei." [Eng:- Mom, how many times should I tell you not to cook non-veg? I am putting on weight. Please cook only veg hereafter]. You roar at her for cooking non-veg but eat the non-veg alone.

You come back to your room. Lie on the bed and think how fortunate are you to have a life like this.

You don't go to office for two months but still you get paid.

You ask your dad for some money, he never asks you how much and tells you to get it from his wallet. You happily take extra dough and freak out.

You know that someone who lives a 1000 miles away, who hasn't even met you in person nor talked to you, loves you a lot and you are her dream boy.

You are 24 but you have a daughter who is 19 years young.

You visit your relatives very often. Play with your nieces, cousins who are kids, you mock at them and they mock at you back. Beg your niece for one lil kiss on the cheek.

You listen to a song and you can relate that song to someone you love.

You forgive people who hurt you the most. You realize that it's only coz of them you came to know what life actually is.

You live a lonely life at your native. You don't come out of your room during weekdays and you never come home during weekends. Weekends with friends, non-stop laughs and non-stop fun. You go for a long ride in car with them every Sunday.

A movie on every weekend with your friends. You have theaters in your area but you travel to the nearest city to watch a bakwaas movie.

No matter how awful you look with your grown up hair, mush and beard. There is always someone who tells you that you look awesome and charming with the mush and beard.

You know you are the happiest man on earth right now and you also know that this happiness won't last forever. You smile.

Your friends console you when you are sad.

You have a brother who is not your blood.

You meet your cousin daily to have thiruttu dum even though you are busy. You have seen people envying both of you for being the best cousins in the world.

You are single.

You have the guts to tell your mom, "Ma, naan bar ku poraen. Pride hotel la puthusa DJ aarambhichirukaangalaam. Naan poye paathuttu varaen." [Eng:- Mom, I am going to bar. Looks like they have started DJ in Pride hotel. Let me go and have a look]. Your mom gives you a stern look but you pay no attention and leave home.

No matter how cautious you are, you always get caught red-handed for smoking by your mom, you sister and your cousin sister. Yet you handle the situation wisely and escape narrowly each time.

You recently become a bookworm and you start purchasing a lot of books, esp Indian fiction. It gets shipped to your home and you open the parcel. Your mom reads the title, 'I too had a love story' by Ravinder Singh and she gives a look as if you had bought a porno magazine. You ignore her and start reading the book. Oldies will never change, esp your parents.

You are a hero in your town.

Your phone bills come crashing down like the stocks market.

Suddenly you wake up from deep sleep. You smile and say, "Life can't get any better than this.. "

P.S:- I feel elated and excited about my life. I will be quite happy even if I die the next moment coz I know that I have lived a wonderful life so far and my epitaph would read "The man with no regrets" :)

Life's Little Instruction Manual

It's been a long time since I checked my office mail. I opened up my office mail box. 234 unread messages. Darn. Each mail for each constituency in Tamil Nadu? I cogitated. My inbox was full. Now I need to clean it up. The most toughest job on earth. Some chain mails from my classmates (their topic would be either reunion or some stupid argle-bargle about Ajith-Vijay), some wrongly sent office mails from my previous account and many more forwards. I deleted all the mails without reading them but my eyes stumbled across a mail which had a beautiful subject to it. It was sent on 23rd July by Sooraj. It read "Life's little instruction manual". I opened it and read. Two words best describe the mail. MUST READ. Here goes the mail. I have italicized my favorites.

Life's Little Instruction Manual

Have a firm handshake.

Look people in the eye.

Sing in the shower.

Own a great stereo system.

If in a fight, hit first and hit hard.

Keep secrets.

Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen everyday.

Always accept an outstretched hand.

Be brave. Even if you're not, pretend to be. No one can tell the difference.


Avoid sarcastic remarks.

Choose your life's mate carefully. From this one decision will come 90 per cent of all your happiness or misery.

Make it a habit to do nice things for people who will never find out.

Lend only those books you never care to see again.

Never deprive someone of hope; it might be all that they have.

When playing games with children, let them win .

Give people a second chance, but not a third.

Be romantic.

Become the most positive and enthusiastic person you know.

Loosen up. Relax. Except for rare life-and-death matters, nothing is as important as it first seems.

Don't allow the phone to interrupt important moments. It's there for your convenience, not the caller's.

Be a good loser.

Be a good winner.

Think twice before burdening a friend with a secret.

When someone hugs you, let them be the first to let go.

Be modest. A lot was accomplished before you were born.

Keep it simple.

Beware of the person who has nothing to lose.

Don't burn bridges. You'll be surprised how many times you have to cross the same river.

Live your life so that your epitaph could read, No Regrets

Be bold and courageous. When you look back on life, you'll regret the things you didn't do more than the one's you did.

Never waste an opportunity to tell someone you love them.

Remember no one makes it alone. Have a grateful heart and be quick to acknowledge those who helped you.

Take charge of your attitude. Don't let someone else choose it for you.

Visit friends and relatives when they are in hospital; you need only stay a few minutes.

Begin each day with some of your favorite music.

Once in a while, take the scenic route.

Send a lot of Valentine cards. Sign them, 'Someone who thinks you're terrific.'

Answer the phone with enthusiasm and energy in your voice.

Keep a note pad and pencil on your bed-side table. Million-dollar ideas sometimes strike at 3 a.m.

Show respect for everyone who works for a living, regardless of how trivial their job.

Send your loved ones flowers. Think of a reason later.

Make someone's day by paying the toll for the person in the car behind you.

Become someone's hero.

Marry only for love.

Count your blessings.

Compliment the meal when you're a guest in someone's home.

Wave at the children on a school bus.

Remember that 80 per cent of the success in any job is based on your ability to deal with people.

Don't expect life to be fair. (This is the ultimate one)

Tum se hi Lyrics Jab we met with English translation

You might listen to a thousand songs but only a very few songs make you feel like "Wish I were like this". This is one of them. The song is about communion of lovers that emotes in soft sonorous tonality with effective backdrop of mushy lyrical flow amidst enlightening orchestration. The serene "Tum Se hi" has a starting female loop a-a-a-a-a...very infectious and goes on like a loop before the actual song starts off. The song has got a nice rhythm to it. Mohit Chauhan's voice is very refreshing. Pritam excels in this song. The number may not be the kind that a music lover may sing around the town but if you are in mood to play a song on a long drive or just want to relax with the lights switched off and remembering the one you love the most.

Song: Tum se hi
Movie: Jab we met
Singers: Mohit Chauhan
Music : Pritam
Lyrics : Irshad Kamil

A-aa, A-aa… A-aa…
A-aa, A-aa… A-aa….)

Na Hai Ye, Paana…
(neither Does This Mean That I Have Got You…)
Na Khona, Bhi Hai…
(nor Does It Mean, That I Have Lost You…)
Tera Na Hona, Jaane…
(don’t Know Why Even In Your Absence, My Love…)
Kyun… Hona, Bhi Hai…
(seems Like You Are Present Everywhere Around Me…)

Tumse Hi, Din Hota Hai…
(my Day Begins With Your Thoughts…)
Surmai, Shaam Aati Hai…
(and The Dawns Are Made Beautiful With You…)
Tumse Hi… Tumse Hi…
(with You… Just With You…)

Har Ghadi, Saans Aati Hai
(each Moment, I Breathe For You…)
Zindagi, Kehlaati Hai
(each Moment Makes My Life…)
Tumse Hi.. Tumse Hi…
(with You… Just For You…)

Na Hai Ye, Paana…
Na Khona, Bhi Hai…
Tera Na Hona, Jaane…
Kyun… Hona, Bhi Hai…

A-aa, A-aa… A-aa…
A-aa, A-aa… A-aa….

Aankhon Mein Aankhein, Teri…
(my Eyes Are Lost In Yours…)
Baahon Mein Baahein, Teri…
(my Arms Embrace You In Them…)
Mera Na Mujhmein, Kuch Rahaa…
(nothing Seems To Be Mine Anymore)
Hua Kya…
(don’t Know What Happened…)

Baaton Mein Baatein, Teri…
(even My Talks Are Full Of You…)
Raatein Saugaatein, Teri…
(my Nights Seem To Be A Gift From You…)
Kyun Tera Sab Ye, Ho Gaya…
(why Has My Everything Turned Yours…)
Hua Kya…
(don’t Know What Happened…)

Main Kahin Bhi Jaata Hun…
(anywhere I Might Go…)
Tumse Hi Mil Jaata Hun…
(seems Like I Meet You…)
Tumse Hi… Tumse Hi…
(it’s About You… Just About You)

Shor Mein Khaamoshi Hai…
(there Seems Silence Amidst Noise…)
Thodi Si Behoshi Hai…
(a Little Bit Of Dizzyness Prevails…)
Tumse Hi… Tumse Hi…
(it’s About You… Just About You)

A-aa, A-aa… A-aa…
A-aa, A-aa… A-aa….

Aadha Sa Waada, Kabhi…
(half-a-promise, Sometimes…)
Aadhe Se Zaada, Kabhi…
(and Sometimes, More Than A Half…)
Jee Chaahe Kar Lun, Iss Tarah…
(my Heart Wants To Make With You…)
Wafaa Ka…
(a Promise Of Loyalty…)

Chhode Na Chhoote, Kabhi…
(this Bond Can’t Be Left, Even Willingly…)
Tode Na Toote, Kabhi…
(it Can’t Be Broken, Even If I Try…)
Jo Dhaaga Tumse, Judd Gayaa..
(the Thread Which Draped Us As One…)
Wafaa Ka…
(the Thread Of Commitment…)

Main Tera Sirmaaya Hun…
(I Am Indebted To You…)
Jo Bhi Main, Bunn Paaya Hun…
(for Everything That I Have Achieved…)
Tumse Hi… Tumse Hi….
(is Because Of You… Because Of You…)

Raaste, Mil Jaate Hain…
(I Find My Ways By Itself…)
Manzilein, Mil Jaati Hain…
(I Find My Destinations, So Easily Now…)
Tumse Hi… Tumse Hi…
(it’s Because Of You… Because Of You…)

Na Hai Ye, Paana…
Na Khona, Bhi Hai…
Tera Na Hona, Jaane…
Kyun… Hona, Bhi Hai…

A-aa, A-aa… A-aa…
A-aa, A-aa… A-aa….