Raga, Ragas or Raag – In the Indian Classical Music, Raga is the basis of melody and Tala is the basis of rhythm. A raga may be described as a combination of Swaras or notes that conform to specific rules and expression of melodies, the ragas were identified from melodies that conveyed different moods and gave different vibrations to different energy centers. Ragas are a series of between 5 to 12 musical notes, in theory divided into three categories Audav, Shadav and Sampurna Jati. Carnatic raga elaborations are generally much faster in tempo and shorter than their equivalents in Hindustani music. Divya music offers vocal music education on regular basis and DM Live core – online vocal music classes. Divya Music presents details on a few Ragas –
That – Bhairav, Jati – Audav-Audav, Varjit swar – Gandhar, Aaroha – Sa komal Re Ma Pa, Dha komal Ni Sa,Avaroha – Sa komal Ni Dha Pa, Ma komal Re Sa, Pakad – Sa komal(Mandra)Ni(Mandra)Dha komal(Mandra)NiRe Sa Sa komalReMa MaPaMa Komal Re komal Re Sa, Vadi – Samvadi – Madhyam & Shadaj, Komal or Tivra Swar– komal Rishabh & Nishad , Time of singing – First part of the day (Early Morning), Nature of Rag – peaceful and Smooth, Rag Vishtar – All Saptak , Sam prkirti rag – Ahir Bhairav & Bairagi.
2. Gaud SarangThat – kalyan, Aaroha – Sa Ga Re Ma Ga, Pa Tivra Ma Dha Pa, Ni Dha, Tar Sa, Avaroha – Tar Sa, Dha, Ni Pa, Dha Tivra Ma Pa, Ga, Re Ma Ga, Pa Re Sa, Pakad – Sa, Ga, Re Ma Ga Pa Re Re Sa, Jati – Vakra Sampurna,Varjit swar – NA, Vadi – Samvadi – Gandhar and Dhaiwat, komal & Tivra – Madhyam Tivra , Time of singing– Third part of the day, Nature of Rag – Deep, Samprakirti rag – NA, Notation of Nyas – Pa, komal Dha and Sa.
Note : By name it’s a combination of two ragas Gaud and Sarang but feature shows combination of Raga Gaud and Kalyan. Somewhere it’s a complicated raga.