Sahitya Sangeet

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Raga Ahir Bhairav


Thaat
Bhairav

Vaadi/Samvaadi
m/S

Prahar
(6 am - 9 am)

Important Anuvaadi
P

Aaroha
S-r-G-m-P-GmD-n-S'

Avaroha
S'-n-D-P-m-G-r-S-'n-r-S

Saptak-pradhaanata

Pakad
D-P-m-G-mr-S-'D-'n-r-S

Tanpura Tuning
P

Jaati
Sampoorn-Sampoorn

Notation
The following notations are used to describe notes of a raag :
Lower notes are written in lower case and upper notes in upper case.

Thus, Shuddh notes are notated as S, R, G, m, P, D, N
Komal notes are notated as r, g, d, n
Teevra Ma is notated as M
All notes belong to madhya-saptak by default.

Notes of mandra-saptak are preceded by ' sign, and notes of taar-saptak are succeeded by ' sign.
For instance 'N means Ni of mandra-saptak, and S' means Sa of taar-saptak.
A comma represents a pause.
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