On Carnatic Music Ragas

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<ul><li><p>7/31/2019 On Carnatic Music Ragas</p><p> 1/2</p><p>On Carnatic music Ragas.A list of carnatik ragas which possess similarity with other</p><p>ragas(For the experience of those who dwell in the carnatik system)(One can also enjoy the observations in certain places)</p><p>Kedara gowLai, suruTTi, and dEsh.Desh has got a part resemblence toKedaragoula and Surati.Few more similar sounding ragas:- Asaveri and</p><p>Dhanyasi- Narayanagowla and Dvijavanti- Shuddhasaveri andDevamanohari- Pantuvarali and Purvikalyani- Saraswati and</p><p>Vijayanagari- Abheri and Shuddhadhanyasi- Revagupti and Bhoopalam-Kalyani and Hamsadhwani (occasionally yes!)- arabi and devagandhari-shanmugapria and simmendra madyamam- thodi and dhanyasi- mohanam andmohanakalyani- saranga and yamuna kalyani?- anandha bhairavi andreethi gowla?- nadanamakria, mayamalava gowla and co- dharbar andnayakiand many more.......aberi and karnataka devagandhari are one</p><p>and the same?-</p><p>Kalyani and Hamsadhwani (occasionally yes!)</p><p>-</p><p>saranga and hameerkalyani.Pushpalathika - Manirangu, Nagaswaravali -bahudari are also twinsDarbar/Nayaki,</p><p>Bhairavi/Manji/Mukhari/Huseni,Sri/Madhyamavati/Manirangu/BrindavaniMadhuvanti and Dharmavati.Malayamarutham, Valaji and</p><p>JanasammodhiniSivaranjani and VijayanahariDarbar and NayakiNalinakanthi and KadanakudhoohalamRitigowla and</p><p>aanandhabhairaviHindolam and Suddha hindolamsaramathi andnatabhairavi?hindolam and chandragownce.hindolam has a kaisiki</p><p>nishadam and Chandrakaus has a kakali nishadam..Desh andNalinakanthi similar sometimes. Saramathi, Margahindolam too(1)Sri-Madhyamavati-Manirangu (2) Bhairavi-Mukhari-Manji-Huseni(3)</p><p>Yaduklakambhoji-Dwijavanti (4) Anandabhairavi-Reetigowlai-</p><p>Abheri.Hamsaanandhi &amp;SunadhavinodhiniNasikabhushani,Vaagadeeshwari,Vachaspathi</p><p>&amp;SaraswathiHindolam,hindola vasantham&amp;</p><p>MargahindolamNattai,Gambeera naataiPasupathipriya andsuddhasaaveriMayamaalavagowla and KamalamanohariNagaswarali </p><p>Bahudarilalitha panchamam and Takkapoornashadjam andrudrapriyaValachi and MalayamaaruthamValaji is S G3 P D2 N2 S - S N2</p><p>D2 P G3 SMalayamarutam is S R1 G3 P D2 N2 S - S N2 D2 P G3 R1</p><p>Ssimhendramadhyamam and KeeravaniIn theory, the only difference isthe madyamam- the former haspratimadhyamam, the latter</p><p>suddhamadyamam.Though the other swaramsare all the same, the</p></li><li><p>7/31/2019 On Carnatic Music Ragas</p><p> 2/2</p><p>prayogams also help to differentiate.Compositions in Keeravani toalternate between are lighter and moreemotional than</p><p>Simhendramadhyamam which is a rather more grim andaustere raga(with a tinge of deep emotion). Both ragas conjure a sense of nostalgia</p><p>to some extent, although this is more pronounced</p><p>inSimhendramadhyamam.Simhendramadhyamam is a kinda sensual (hope the filter does not</p><p>chewand spit this out) while Keeravani more morose. This may bebecause,among other things, the former is sung more in the upper</p><p>ranges while thelatter's swaroopa resides more in the lower</p><p>range.SimhEmadhyamam has majesty (like a simhA?) and a liveliness(becauseof the upper range?). Yes, kIravANI is a bit somber, bur yields</p><p>itself to alot of emoting within its framework.Pantuvarali andPoorvikalyani .Chakravakam and SourashtraValaji and</p><p>JanasammodiniSriranjani and abhogiManirang and Madhyamavathy</p></li></ul>