Bhairavi (Hindustani)

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Bhairavi
ThaatBhairavi
TypeSampurna
Time of dayMorning; Conclusion of a concert
ArohanaSa re ga Ma Pa dha ni Sa'
AvarohanaSa' ni dha Pa Ma ga re Sa
Pakad'n S g M d P g M g r S
VadiM
SamavadiS
EquivalentPhrygian mode

Bhairavi (Hindi: भैरवी) (Urdu: بَھیرَوی ‎) (Sindhi: راڳ ڀيروي) is a Hindustani Classical heptatonic (Sampurna) raga of Bhairavi thaat. In Western musical terms, raga Bhairavi employs the notes of the Phrygian mode, one of the traditional European church modes. almost all forms of indian classical music ,semi classical music and light music can be sung very easily in raag bhairavi. Singers include all komal and shudhh swaras to beautify this melodious raag.


Songs from hindi films based on raag bhairavi

• baabul mora naihar chhooto hi jai "Street singer" (1938)

• baat chala nayee chunari rang daari"Rani roopmati" (1959)

• chali gori pee ke milan ko chali "ek hi raasta "(1956)

• do hanson ka joda bichhad gayo re "Ganga jamuna " (1961)

References[edit]

Bor, Joep (ed). Rao, Suvarnalata; der Meer, Wim van; Harvey, Jane (co-authors) The Raga Guide: A Survey of 74 Hindustani Ragas. Zenith Media, London: 1999.

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