First published in 2001.
A collection of 40 and odd musical poems on Krishna, devi and other subjects. Preface by Prof
Leelavathy. Words of Leelavathi : - Thousand years in a society's life is like fifty years in an
individual's life. In this swararagasudha of Suvarna, one can see some sacred words flown from
her mouth 50 years back. That much is the age for the Andal,Meera and Sages who sing and dance
within the mind of the poet. The lyre that moves searching for the God in every grassblade for time
immemorial ( swayamvarageetham) is the inner self of thousands of people. That I can be named
Meera, Radha, Aandal, Naachiyar or Suvarna. All are equally suitable. The musical streams that
come from this lyre is not acquired by effort, but is effortlessly natural called Sidham. Therefore
the name Devadatha ( given by God ) befits. The arsha thought of Jagadgunja sahasraani, and the
concept of modern science of the cosmos are equally merged in a consciousness in which the
absolute devotional consciousness of Andal and Meera too merge. The energy of union of these two
consciousnesses is present in suvarna's poems. How effortlessly Suvarna makes this immeasurable
cosmos the playground of a child and like a amlaki fruit in one's own hand? The Layamadhurya of
this new Naachiyaar is that, from the small sorrows of this life, to the eternal vast unknown corners
of cosmos, like an angel she is able to fly with imagination and devotion as her wings ..