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Types of Ragas

Ahir Bhairav
Ahir Bhairav

Ahir Bhairav is a Hindustani classical raga. It is a mixture of Bhairav and the ancient but now rare raga Ahiri or Abhiri, or perhaps a mixture of Bhairav and Kafi.

Alhaiya Bilaval
Alhaiya Bilaval

Alhaiya Bilaval is a Hindustani classical raga. It is the most commonly performed raga of a large group of ragas that are mainly based on a scale more or less identical to the western major scale. For this reason, that scale itself is known as the Bilaval Thaat.

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Amritvarshini
Amritvarshini

Amritavarshini scale with shadjam at C Amr̥tavarṣiṇi is a rāgam that does not contain rishabham or dhaivatam. It is a symmetric pentatonic scale (audava-audava ragam in Carnatic music classification – audava meaning 'of 5').

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Asa
Asa

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Asavari
Asavari

Asavari is a Hindustani classical raga.It belongs to the Asavari thāt and is performed in the morning hours.

Bageshri
Bageshri

Bageshri (Hindi: बागेश्री) is a Hindustani classical raga. It is a popular raga of the late night, which is meant to depict the emotion of a woman waiting for reunion with her lover. It is said to have been first sung by Mian Tansen, the celebrated court singer of the Emperor Akbar in the sixteenth century [citation needed].

Bahar
Bahar

Certain ragas have seasonal associations. Raag Bahar is usually rendered in the Spring season. Rasa. since it is the raga of spring, it can be considered that the raga has shringara rasa. Historical Information Origins References. Bor, Joep (ed).

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Bairagi
Bairagi

Bairagi, also known as Bairagi bhairav, is a Hindustani classical raga. Thaat: Bhairav. Jati: Audav

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Raag Bhairavi
Raag Bhairavi

Raag Bhairavi (Hindi: भैरवी) (Urdu: بَھیرَوی ‬ ‎) (Sindhi: راڳ ڀيروي) is a Hindustani Classical heptatonic Raag of Bhairavi Thaat. In Western musical terms, Raag Bhairavi employs the notes of the Phrygian mode, one of the traditional European church modes.

Raag Bhimpalasi
Raag Bhimpalasi

The raag has komal Nee and Ga. It is an Odhav-Sampoorna raga, implying that it has 5 notes in Arohana and 7 in Avarohana. ... More details about raga Bhimpalasi

Raag Gaud
Raag Gaud

A raga or raaga (IAST: rāga; also raag or ragam ; literally "coloring, tingeing, dyeing") is a melodic framework for improvisation akin to a melodic mode in Indian classical music. While the raga is a remarkable and central feature of the classical music tradition, it has no direct translation to concepts in the classical European music tradition.

Raag Kedar
Raag Kedar

Kedar is one of the 5 ragas that form the Kalyan Panchak - Group of 5 similar ragas of Kalyan Thaat, namely Hameer, Gaud Sarang, Kamod, Chhayanat and Kedar. Kedar is an ancient raga, with different genres of classical songs, like khayals, thumris, dhrupads, as well as light classical songs based on it.

Raag Pahadi
Raag Pahadi

Raga Pahadi is a popular raga based on folk music. As its name suggests, it originates from the mountainous region of Himalayas. It resembles two other ragas which exude the rich cultural heritage of folk music: Mand from the Rajasthan region and Pilu from the Hindi heartland.

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Raag Yaman
Raag Yaman

Yaman's Jati is a Sampurna raga and in some cases Shadav; the ascending Aaroha scale and the descending style of the avroha includes all seven notes in the octave ( When it is Shadav, the Aroha goes like N,RGmDNS' , but the Avaroha is the same complete octave).

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