Hosannah Vinnai thaandi varuvaya VTV full lyrics

I usually give some reviews about the song before I post its lyrics. I just couldn't give any review about this song coz the whole world knows about this genius. I wanted to fall in love with someone after listening to this song. Rahman, you're GOD. GOD of Music. I have always liked Thamarai for her song lyrics but now I have become her aficionado. Amazing melody. Here is the song and the lyrics for you. Enjoy

Song:- Hosannah
Movie Name:- Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaaya (VTV)
Music:- Allah Rakka Rahman
Lyricist:- Thamarai
Singers:- Vijay Prakash, Blaaze

Yen idhayam udaithai, norungavae!?
En maru idhayam, tharuvaen nee udaikavae!

Ohhh... Hosannah... Hosannah.. Oh ho ho..
Ohhh... Hosannah... Hosannah.. Oh ho ho..

Antha neram andhi neram kan paarthu kanthalaagi pona neram edho aache..
Oh vaanam theendi vanthaachu appavin thittu ellaam kaatrodu poye poche..
Hosannah.. En vaasal thaandi ponaale.. Hosannah.. Verondrum seyyamale..
Naan aadi pogiraen.. Sukkoonooraagiraen.. Aval pona pinbu enthan nenjai thedi pogiraen..

Hosannah.. Vaazhvukkum pakkam vanthaen..
Hosannah.. Saavukkum pakkam nindraen..
Hosannah.. En endraal kaathal enbaen.. Hosannah.. Oh ho..

Everybody wanna know how I feel like, feel like, I really wanna be here with you. Its not enough to say that we are made for each other its love that is Hosannah true. Hosannah, will be there when you're calling out my name. Hosannah, feeling like my whole life has changed. I never wanna be the same, its time we rearrange. I take a step, you take a step and I'm here calling out to you.. Helloooo, Halloooo, Halooo.. Hosannah..

Hosanna.. Oh ho ho ho...
Hosanna.. Oh ho ho ho...

Vanna vanna pattupoochi poothedi poothedi angum ingum alaigindrathey
Oh sottu sottai thottu poga megam ondru megam ondru yengu yengo nagargindrathey
Hosanah, Pattupoochi vanthachaa? Hosanaaa, Megam unnai thottaachaa
Kilinjal aagirai naan kulanthai aagirean
Naan unnai alli kaiyil vaithu pothi kolgirean
Helloooo, Halloooo, Halooo.. Yooo.. Hosannah..

Hosanah, En meethu anbu kolla
Hosanah, Ennodu serndhu sella
Hosanah, Umm endru sollu podhum. Hosanah, oh ho

Yen idhayam udaithai, norungavae!?
En maru idhayam, tharuvaen nee udaikavae!

Yen idhayam udaithai, norungavae!?
En maru idhayam, tharuvaen nee udaikavae!

Addtional Lyrics:- (from simbucentral blog)

Naetru unnai paarthaene, paartha pinnae endhan kangal
Unnizhalil otti chella
Kangal thaedi kangal thaedi saalai ellaam selai thaedi
Kandukondaen kaadhal kolla

En anbe, Meendum ennai vittu odi
Kannaamoochi, Vaendumendre neeyum aadi
Irandhaen oar nodi, Pirappaen Naanadi
Un mellidhazhil millimeter punnagai kasindhaalae
Hello Hellooooo Hello Hellooooo

Hosannah, Kaagidhamaai maarinaene
Hosannah, Kaaladiyil kasangi naane
Unnalae, Kaagidhappo pookkaadho. Hosannah..

Non - Violence in Parenting..

Dr. Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and founder of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Non-violence, in his June 9 lecture at the University of Puerto Rico, shared the following story as an example of "non-violence in parenting":

"I was 16 years old and living with my parents at the institute my grandfather had founded 18 miles outside of Durban, South Africa , in the middle of the sugar plantations. We were deep in the country and had no neighbors, so my two sisters and I would always look forward to going to town to visit friends or go to the movies.

One day, my father asked me to drive him to town for an all-day conference, and I jumped at the chance. Since I was going to town, my mother gave me a list of groceries she needed and, since I had all day in town, my father ask me to take care of several pending chores, such as getting the car serviced. When I dropped my father off that morning, he said, ' I will meet you here at 5:00 p.m., and we will go home together. '

After hurriedly completing my chores, I went straight to the nearest movie theatre. I got so engrossed in a John Wayne double-feature that I forgot the time. It was 5:30 before I remembered. By the time I ran to the garage and got the car and hurried to where my father was waiting for me, it was almost 6:00.

He anxiously asked me, ' Why were you late? ' I was so ashamed of telling him I was watching a John Wayne western movie that I said, ' The car wasn't ready, so I had to wait,
not realizing that he had already called the garage. When he caught me in the lie, he said: ' There' s something wrong in the way I brought you up that didn' t give you the confidence to tell me the truth. In order to figure out where I went w rong with you, I'm going to walk home 18 miles and think about it. '

So, dressed in his suit and dress shoes, he began to walk home in the dark on mostly unpaved, unlit roads. I couldn't leave him, so for five-and-a-half hours I drove behind him, watching my father go through this agony for a stupid lie that I uttered. I decided then and there that I was never going to lie again.

I often think about that episode and wonder, if he had punished me the way we punish our children, whether I would have learned a lesson at all. I don't think so. I would have suffered the punishment and gone on doing the same thing. But this single non-violent action was so powerful that it is still as if it happened yesterday.

That is the power of non-violence.

Friendship is about...

One more forward mail from Meera. Sorry about the translation part. I know I suck at it. :P

Friendship is not about “I m sorry“, it's about “Dei un thappu than ithu..“ [Hey it's your mistake only]

Friendship is not about “I m there for u” or “I missed u“, it’s about “Enga poi tholanja?“ [Where the hell did you go?]

Friendship is not about “I understand “, it's about “Ellam unnala than“ [All because of you only]

Friendship is not about “I care for u “, it's about “Pannada unnai vitutu enga poven naan?“ [Asshole, where will I go without you?]

Friendship is not about “I m happy for your success“, it's about “Kelambu un treat“ [Let's go. Your treat]

Friendship is not about “I love that girl“, it's about “Dei machi, ava unakku anni..“ [Buddy, she is your bhabhi]

Friendship is not about “Are you coming for outing tomorrow“, it's about “Dei naalaiku trip porom vera engayum poi tholaikatha“ [Hey we are going for a trip tomorrow. Don't go anywhere]

Friendship is not about “Get well soon“, it's about “Ivlo kudicha ipaadi than agum“ [If you drink too much, you will get sick only]

Friendship is not about “All the best for ur career“, it's about “Pannathu varaikum pothum, kelambu vera velaya paru“ [This is enough. Look for another job]

When love becomes a failure..

I just wanted to put something here.. Something that my cousin Ayesha posted in her blog. It's about the failure of love from a girl's point of view. Here she goes..

In the midst of the exams, when I took a short break from studies, in a drowsy mood, suddenly I was drawn into deep thinking. .

These days I’m seeing a lot of people around me getting committed and within a short span, they split. . Why this happens? How can two hearts loving each other so deeply and madly depart?! This question has been in my mind since a long time back. .

Does that love hurts them to that extent? Or does the essence becomes too sweet to be taken more? Or coz they wish to get back to reality from that virtual world of love?
May be I would know the reason if I too were in that virtual world!
Even in the other case, being near those people, I can feel the sweetness in that fruit before it gets rotten. . the closeness, the intimacy, the love, affection, care everything takes them to the heaven where they are the only king and queen. . But at a point, all these vanish. . May be everything becomes over doze and hurts the two little hearts. .

One major reason as far as to my judgement is the ‘Possessiveness’
If a girl loves a guy, she feels like she totally own him. . And each and every step he takes towards others, make her feel insecure, even the case be she trusts him totally or understand him well, nothing matters here. It’s a child’s nature to claim a thing saying ‘its mine’. The same is replicated here. Kya karein! There’s a child within everyone of us.

On the other side, a guy is very open. . Though his thoughts may be narrow if it comes to his girl, by nature, being dominative and possessive, yet he is independent in his own way. .and he can’t be forced in a direction for too long. . He soon bursts out. . This may be the reason for a guy to dump his girl. .

But in today’s world, it’s the girls who dump the guys with more percent. . Poor guys, who were once the heroes, now each turn into a devdas. .

Usually a guy 1st takes a decision and then fixes up the girl in his heart. But a girl first fixes up the guy in her heart and then takes a decision then when it comes to life and future, where her selfishness comes into play!
Guys are the most affected. . It is still worse when a guy cries. . He totally gets frustrated. . But once when he stays calm and sees what’s happening around and to himself, he learns the best lessons of life. . There the maturity grows within him. .

Guys, who were once so rough and hard, become soft and keen in whatever they do. They understand the reality, the real happiness that stays forever. They become perfect.
Finally I reached my topic! Failure makes a man perfect, so as the love failure!
Every problem has a meaningful end and as the famous quote says ‘everything happens for your own good’.

Note: Here I considered only the true loving hearts and not those that are meant for ‘time pass love’, where dumping each other doesn’t turn out to be a matter!;-)

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