Suprabhatam ("auspicious dawn") is a name given to Sanskrit hymns recited in the morning to awaken the Lord. The most famous is the Venkateswara Suprabhatam recited at Tirupati to awaken Lord Venkateswara.
The rendition by MS Amma can be heard in many Kannada, Tamil, and Telugu houses each morning. It was composed around the year 1500 by Sri Prativadi Bhayankaram Annan Swami. Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatam consists of four parts: Suprabhatam, Sri Venkatesa Stothram, Prapatti, and Mangalasasanam.