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Dec 11, 2010

Keerithi Rasoolaage Siyarath ...

Hello.

Here, I present the recitation of written work "Keerithi Rasoolaage Siyarath" for download in mp3 format. The 29 audio tracks represent the complete work, read by Late Mr. Mohamed Thaufeeg of H. Haajaraage.

You can download the 29 tracks separately on MediaFire for free, it does not require an account.  I have also made it available on HotFile  (Zip file, 895MB) for easy download.

The source files I got were 1.65GB and in 128kbps mp3 format. I re-encoded the files to 64kbps mp3s using iTunes. In my opinion 64kbps is decent enough for spoken-words and I managed to bring down the filesize to almost half. Few suggested that I use a more efficient codec for spoken words, like AAC, but I finally decided to use mp3, for it is the most ubiquitous audio format around. I did not want to letdown those with finicky portable players.

This is by no means a clean or professional recording. There are some hisses and blips interspersed among the tracks. Passable for works decades old.

I grew up listening to this every year in the month of Ramadan. I remember when we were young, neighborhood kids would meet up after noon prayer, decide on who's place to go to listen to Siyarath. We would fight for the best seats in the living room and few would end up on the linoleum floor near the TV rack. The huge Hi-Fi system (with too many lights, switches and knobs) would be available to us for the hour. I still remember the peeling "PMPO 4500" sticker on those huge double-deck cassette players. Fond memories they are.

Have a good listen. May be you can bookmark this page for Ramadan next year.

Laterx.

Update: 14/09/2011
I have also made the Zip File available on Minus for people who may like to download the Zipped Archive, but don't have a HotFile account. Hope this will make it easier for you. Enjoy!

14 comments:

Thaathi said...

you have done well, may god bless you my child!

//Sub/Corpus said...

Thaathi ::
Thanks bro ...
That's the basic idea here ... :P

Simon said...

Thanks man. I have run out of fairy tales and bedtime stories. This will come in handy.

//Sub/Corpus said...

Simon ::
Always glad to help ... :P
Actually, some people do listen to it at bed time ...

Anonymous said...

thank u.
reminds me of roadha mas..

Siku said...

I'm sure there are plenty of people (including me) who would want this. Sharing is caring... :D Cheers.

//Sub/Corpus said...

Siku ::
Sure, you are welcome :)

ÎĦΣçҜәѓ™ said...

This is good dude! Thanks! :D

Anonymous said...

hey may be you have the morning quruan tharujamaa as well ?

Anonymous said...

do you have the morning time quruan tharujamaa, i would love to have that as well thanks

//Sub/Corpus said...

Anonymous ::
I don't have the Quran translation yet ...
But it sounds like it could be a good addition to this blog ...
If I find it ... will upload and share for sure ... :)

demonreeper said...

i am uploading all the files here
http://demonreeper.com/Siyarath/

easier to download for many i hope :)

@//Sub/Corpus if you need i can give an ftp account with more web space for public service work :)

//Sub/Corpus said...

demonreeper::
Yep, its good. I'm using free accounts on online file sharing sites, don't know when they will delete the file or I would fail to maintain the these accounts ...
Yeah, FTP accounts, eh? Sounds good! :)
How much space do you have on that server ??? :P

Anonymous said...

Thank you brother...Allah (SWA) will certainly reward you for this...Salaam.

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