Bhatiyar Raag Bandish 16 Matras Allap Taan Music Notes In English

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Bhatiyar raag is believed to have originated from Bilawal thaat. Re(k) is used as komal swar and both Madhayam are used in this raag. Nishad is used less in Aaroh. Its jati is Wakra -Sampurn and its chalan is Wakra. In this raag Ma & Sa are Vadi & Samvadi swar .The singing time of this raag is 3 am to 6 am (the last hours of the night).

Bhatiyar Raag

How To Read Sargam Notes –

  • “.” is used for Mandra saptak(Lower octave notes) swars.eg- .Pa
  • “*” is user for Taar Saptak (Higher Octave notes) Swars eg – Pa*
  • “(k)” small character is used for komal swars.eg – ( Re(k) , Ga(k) , Dha(k) , Ni(k) )
  • Ma(t) here “(t)” is used for showing teevra swar Ma(t) .
  • “-” is used for Holdong the notes according to the Song.
  • Swars written “ReGa” in this manner means they are playing fast or two swars on one beat.
  • Ma(Ga) or (Ga)Ma Here Ga is Kan Swar or Sparsh Swar and Ma is Mool Swar. (You Can skip the kan swar if not understand how to play)
  • Swars written [ Ni(k)  Pa ] in this manner they are playing or singing in sliding mode means Meend acc to Indian music .
  • { NiSa*Re*Sa* Ni } here this braket {} is used for showing Khatka in which swars are playing fast .

Description of Raag:-

Aaroh- Sa,Re(k) Sa, Sa Dha – Dha Pa Ma, Pa Ga Ma(t) – Ni Dha Sa*.

Avaroh-  Re(k)* – Ni [Dha Pa Ma], Pa Ga Pa Ga Re(k) – Sa.

Pakad- Sa Dha – Dha [Pa – Pa Ma], Pa Ga, Pa Ga Re(k) – Sa.

Thaat- Bilawal thaat

Jati- Wakra -Sampurn

Vadi-Samvadi swar- Ma and Sa

Singing time -3 am to 6 am (the last hours of the night).

Important notes:-

1This is a raag of Wakra jati. In this we go straight from Shadaj to Dhaivat which is madhur.

2.Raag Bhatiyaar is forcibly placed in Marva thaat. Shudh Madhyam is pradhan swar in this raag and Shudh Madhayam are not use in marva. From point of view it’s not closed to marva.

3.The association of Dha, Dha Ma Re(k) Ni and Pa Ga show again and again. These associations is melody.

4.We have mentioned above that both madhyam are used in this. There’s less use of twira ma with Dhaivat. As Ma(t) Dha Sa. To go to the higher octave these swar are used. Shudh madhayam are used very well in aaroh and avaroh. To come to the middle Sa, we come Madhyam to Pancham and then we come back using Ga Re(k) Sa. Also do free nyas on shudh madhyam.

5.There is a another Bhatiyar raag which is genrated from Khamaj thaat which has very less publicity. Only this Bhatiyar is promted generated from Marva thaat describe above.

6.Some singers are used both Dhaivat in this raag. Only shudh Dhevat are used in promoted Bhatiyaar raag.

7.Ma(t) Dha Sa*, Ma(t) Dha Re(k) Sa* swar are used to go to the higher octave.

 Swar of nyas-  Sa, Ma and Pa.

Similar raag- Bhankhar.

Bhatiyar raag question answer –

What are the Aaroh, Avaroh & Pakad of Bhatiyar raag ?

Aaroh- Sa,Re(k) Sa, Sa Dha – Dha Pa Ma, Pa Ga Ma(t) – Ni Dha Sa*.
Avaroh-  Re(k)* – Ni [Dha Pa Ma], Pa Ga Pa Ga Re(k) – Sa.
Pakad- Sa Dha – Dha [Pa – Pa Ma], Pa Ga, Pa Ga Re(k) – Sa.

What is the Jati of Bhatiyar raag ?

Jati- Wakra -Sampurn

What is the singing time of Bhatiyar raag ?

Singing time -3 am to 6 am (the last hours of the night).

Which swars are used in Bhatiyar raag ?

Aaroh- Sa,Re(k) Sa, Sa Dha – Dha Pa Ma, Pa Ga Ma(t) – Ni Dha Sa*.
Avaroh-  Re(k)* – Ni [Dha Pa Ma], Pa Ga Pa Ga Re(k) – Sa.
Pakad- Sa Dha – Dha [Pa – Pa Ma], Pa Ga, Pa Ga Re(k) – Sa.

What is the Thaat of Bhatiyar raag ?

Thaat- Bilawal thaat

What are the Vadi- Samvadi Swar of Bhatiyar raag ?

Vadi-Samvadi swar- Ma and Sa

What is the introduction of Bhatiyar raag?

Bhatiyar raag is believed to have originated from Bilawal thaat. Re(k) is used as komal swar and both Madhayam are used in this raag. Nishad is used less in Aaroh. Its jati is Wakra -Sampurn and its chalan is Wakra. In this raag Ma & Sa are Vadi & Samvadi swar .The singing time of this raag is 3 am to 6 am (the last hours of the night).