Vocal: K.Revathi Nattuvangam: B. Balatripurasundari Mridangam: N. Ramakrishnan
Flute: B. V. Balasai Violin: B. V.Raghavendra Rao Sitar : B.Sivaramakrishna Rao Tabla: B.Ganesh Rao
1. Prayer – Divine Offering to Lord Vinayaka
2. Sriman Narayana – Bhoopalam – Adi – Sri Annamacharaya
Srimannaryana, Oh Lord, I bow to your lotus feet; you are my savior. You are the beloved of Goddess Lakshmi who has lotus like face; and you are worshipped by Brahma; Oh Garuda gamana, Padmanabha I bow to your lotus feet; You are the fortune to supreme yogis; Ob almighty, you are omnipresent. Oh the Lord of Seven Hills, I bow to you, grant me salvation (moksha).
3. Narayanathe Namo Namo – Behag – Adi – Sri Annamacharya
This song is in praise of Lord Narayana who is always praised by sage Narada. Oh Narayana, you killed the demon Mura Oh Mukunda, Madhava, the one who is always adorned with beautiful smile. Oh almighty. You are the reliever of rebirths (one who gives salvation). Oh Lord Narasimha, I bow to you. You are primordial, the one who is worshipped and praised in Agamas and Vedas Great lover of music, Oh Venkatesware, I bow to you.
4. Venkatachalanilayam – Sindhubhairavi – Adi – Sri Purandarasar
In this song poet visualizes “the Seven Hills” (abode of Venkateswara) as Viakuntam (where Mahavishnu resides). Oh Venkateswara, the one with lotus eyes, one who wears the Sankham and Chakram and whose body always shines; You are praised by Brahma (Ambujodbhava) and worshipped with innumerable names. You enjoy the eternal music of the sages Tumburue and Naarada. You are bejeweled with most beautiful ear ornaments; you are the one who always takes care of the devotees, the savior of Purandara Dasa.
5. Brahma Mokatae – Bhoopalam – Adi – Sri Annamacharya
This philosophical folksong preaches equality among all the individuals, conveying that the absolute spirit is one & only one. In his creation, there are no differences of high & low. He (“Srihari” the Supreme Lord) is the indwelling Spirit to one and all. Sleep is same to all, be it a king or a servant. Be it a Brahmin or Chandala, the earth they live on is one and the same. Be it an elephant or a dog, the sun shines alike on both of them. For the good and the bad, Lord Venkateswara along is “The Savior”
6. Samarpanam – Hindolam – Adi – Sivaramakrishna Rao
7. Dasavathara Mangalam – Surati – Tisram – Sri Purandaradasar
Mangalam an auspicious ending in praise of Lord Venkateswara and his ten incarnations – Matsya, Koorma, Varaaha, Nrusimha, Vaamana, Parasurama, Sri Rama, Sri Krishna, Buddha, and Kalki.