The melodic modes or Ragas in Indian classical music have different timings. Most ragas are associated with a particular time or season. Find out why ragas have definite timings, and when should a particular raga be played.
Tamburi, Gwalior, India's rulers were important patrons of classical misic. This stringed instrument comes from Gwalior, a region with a rich musical heritage.
Raga Ahir-Bhairav (Chakravakam) – is supposed to sustain chords which automatically brings down blood pressure. #Bhairav, or Bhairon, #is a raga in Hindustani classical music. It corresponds to Mayamalavagowla, the first raga taught to beginners in Carnatic music. Bhairav has its name fromBhairava, a name of Shiva. It is traditionally performed before sunrise. Bhairav was for centuries considered to be the most important Hindustani raga, though its modern form, with flattened second…
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