I've been listening to an album of the Great Masters series released by Nadham Music Media, titled "Revathi - Vol. 2" (2006), a compilation of renditions by Dr. M. L. Vasanthakumari. The third track in the album is Sancharadadhara, an ashtapadi of Jayadeva's Gita Govindam. I believe this is the fifth ashtapadi, but I could be mistaken.
I couldn't find a link to the exact track online, but this version is close enough for the purposes of my question. MLV sings 4 couplets, each in a different ragam, and I'm curious to identify the ragams.
The first ragam is definitely Mohanam, which is quite appropriate since the first line ends with "mukharita mohana vamsham".
The next couple of ragams are not clear to me. In fact, I don't think I've heard the second ragam anywhere before.
The last ragam is definitely Sindubhairavi, a popular ragam that often occurs at the end of a ragamalika (a composition which uses multiple ragams, literally meaning "a garland of ragams") or sung at the end of a concert.
Can anyone help me identify the middle two ragams?