Glossary of Indian Music (Part – 13)

/ Guest Column / Wednesday, 24 November 2021 17:45

By: Gurumayum Shivachandra Sharma
Cultural Activist
1. Raag Sudha Kalyan: In North Indian Classical Music, the Raag Sudha Kalyan is a Mishra Raag belongs to the Kalyan Thaath. In this Raag, Raag Bhupali is in Aroha and Raag Yaman or Kalyan in Abroha. So, it is also known as Raag Bhupa Kalyan. It is an Audava-Sampurna Jati Raag having ma’ (Teevra) and other remainings are all natural. The Vadi Swara of this Raag is Ga, Samvadi is Dha, Anuvadi are Sa, Re, ma’, Pa & Ni, and Vivadi are re, ga, Ma, dha & ni respectively. It is an Uttaranga Prabesh Raag and the singing time of this Raag is early evening and Samprakirtik Raag are Raag Bhupali, Raag Yaman or Kalyan, etc,.
2. Raag Chhayanat: In North Indian Classical Music, the Raag Chhayanat is also a melodious Raag belongs to the Kalyan Thaath. It is a Sampurna-Sampurna Jati Raag having both Madhyam (ma’ Teevra & Ma Sudha) and other remainings are all natural. The Vadi Swara of this Raag is Pa, Samvadi is Re, Anuvadi are Sa, Ga, Ma, ma’, Dha & Ni, and Vivadi are re, ga, dha & ni respectively. It is a Poorvanga Prabesh Raag and the singing time of this Raag is early evening and Samprakirtik Raag are Raag Kamod, Raag Yaman or Kalyam, etc,.
3. Raag Kamod: In North Indian Classical Music, the Raag Kamod is also a melodious Raag belongs to the Kalyan Thaath. It is also a Sampurna-Sampurna Jati Raag having both Madhyam (ma’ Teevra & Ma Sudha) annd other remainings are all natural. The Vadi Swara of this Raag Kamod is Pa, Samvadi is Re, Anuvadi are Sa, Ga, Ma, ma’, Dha & Ni, and Vivadi are re, ga, dha & ni respectively. It is also a Poorvanga Prabesh Raag and the singing time of this Raag is also Early evening and Samprakirtik Raag are Raag Kedar, Raag Yaman or Kalyan, Raag Hamir, etc,.
4. Raag Gouda Saranga: In North Indian Classical Music, the Raag Gouda Saranga is also a melodious Raag belongs to the Kalyan Thaath. It is also a Sampurna-Sampurna Jati Raag having both Madhyam (ma’ Teevra & Ma Sudha) and other remainings are all natural. The Vadi Swara of this Raag is Ga, Samvadi is Dha, Anuvadi are Sa, Ga, Ma, ma’, Dha & Ni, and Vivadi are re, ga, dha & ni respectively. It is also an Uttaranga Prabesh Raag and the singing time of this Raag is also mid day and Samprakirtik Raag are Raag Gouda, Raag Yaman or Kalyam, etc,.
5. Raag Khamaj: In North Indian Classical Music, the Raag Khamaj is a melodious Ashraya Raag belongs to the Khamaj Thaath. It is also a Sadava-Sampurna Jati Raag having both Nishad (Ni Sudha & ni komol) and other remainings are all natural. The Vadi Swara of this Raag is Ga, Samvadi is Ni, Anuvadi are Sa, Re, Ma, Pa, Dha & ni, and Vivadi are re, ga, ma’ & dha respectively. It is an Uttaranga Prabesh Raag and the singing time of this Raag is also Second evening and Samprakirtik Raag are Raag Tilanga, Raag Jhinjhoti, etc,.
6. Raag Desh: In North Indian Classical Music, the Raag Desh is a melodious Raag belongs to the Khamaj Thaath. It is also an Audava-Sampurna Jati Raag having both Nishad (Ni Sudha & ni komol) and other remainings are all natural. The Vadi Swara of this Raag is Re, Samvadi is Pa, Anuvadi are Sa, Ga, Ma, Dha, Ni & ni, and Vivadi are re, ga, dha & ni respectively. It is also an Uttaranga Prabesh Raag and the singing time of this Raag is also second evening and Samprakirtik Raag are Raag Tilak Kamod, Raag Sorat, etc,.
7. Raag Tilak Kamod: In North Indian Classical Music, the Raag Tilak Kamod is also a melodious Raag belongs to the Khamaj Thaath. It is also an Audava-Sadava Jati Raag having all the notes in natural Swaras. The Vadi Swara of this Raag Tilak Kamod is Sa, Samvadi is Pa, Anuvadi are Re, Ga, Ma, Dha & Ni, and Vivadi are re, ga, dha & ni respectively. It is also an Uttaranga Prabesh Raag and the singing time of this Raag is also second evening and Samprakirtik Raag are Raag Desh, Raag Sorat, etc,.
8. Raag Tilanga: In North Indian Classical Music, the Raag Tilanga is also a melodious Raag belongs to the Khamaj Thaath. It is also an Audava-Audava Jati Raag having both Nishad (Ni Sudha & ni komol) and other remainings are all natural. The Vadi Swara of this Raag is Ga, Samvadi is Ni, Anuvadi are Sa, Ma & Pa, and Vivadi are Re, re, ga, ma’, Dha & dha respectively. It is also an Uttaranga Prabesh Raag and the singing time of this Raag is also Second evening and Samprakirtik Raag are Raag Kamaj, Raag Jhinjhoti, etc,.
9. Raag Jayjayvanti: In North Indian Classical Music, the Raag Jayjayvanti is also a melodious Raag belongs to the Khamaj Thaath. It is also a Sampurna-Sampurna Jati Raag having both Nishad (Ni Sudha & ni komol), both Gandhar (Ga Sudha & ga konol) and other remainings are all natural. The Vadi Swara of this Raag is Re, Samvadi is Pa, Anuvadi are Sa, Ga, ga, Ma, Dha, Ni & ni, and Vivadi are Re, ma’ & dha respectively. It is also an Uttaranga Prabesh Raag and the singing time of this Raag Jayjayvanti is also the last moment of the second evening and Samprakirtik Raag is Raag Desh.
10. Raag Rageshri: In North Indian Classical Music, the Raag Rageshri or Rageshwari is one of the most romantic melodious Raag belongs to the Khamaj Thaath. It is also an Audava-Sadava Jati Raag having both Nishad (Ni Sudha & ni komol) and other remainings are all natural. The Vadi Swara of this Raag is Ga, Samvadi is Ni, Anuvadi are Sa, Re, Ma & Dha, and Vivadi are re, ga, ma’, Pa & dha respectively. It is also an Uttaranga Prabesh Raag and the singing time of this Raag is also second evening and Samprakirtik Raag are Raag Malgoonji, Raag Bageshri, etc,.

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