Paraj Raag Bandish 16 Matras Allap Taan Music Notes In English

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Paraj raag is believed to have originated from Purvi thaat. Re & Dha are used as komal swar and both Madhayam  are used in this raag. Its jati is Shadav-Sampurn(6,7).The singing time of this raag is 3 am to 6 am(the last hours of the night).

Paraj 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- .NiSa Ga, Ma(t)Pa Dha(k)Pa, Ma(t)Dha(k)Ni Sa* ।

Avaroh-Sa* Ni Dha(k)Pa, Pa Dha(k)Pa Ga Ma Ga, Ma(t)Ga Re(k) Sa ।

Pakad – Sa*, Ni Dha(k)Pa, Ma(t)Pa Dha(k)Pa Ga Ma Ga

Thaat:- Purvi thaat

Jati:- Shadav-Sampurn(6,7).

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

Important Notes-

() It is an Uttarang pradhan raag. Its trend is in the Uttar ang of the middle octave and in the chord octave.

(2) Its movements are agile. That’s why people rarely sing Vilambit Khayal in it.

(3) The raag of the Purvi thaat are sung from the main two parts – from the Sri Ang and from the Purvi Ang. Paraj is sung from the Purvi organ.

(4) We have told that both Madhayam are used in this. Often the tiwra Madhayam is used in the aaroh and the shudha Madhayam  is used in the avaroh. In this, the is tiwra Madhayam taken from Basant and the shudha Ma is taken from Kalinga.

(5) By looking at the form of Paraj, it is known that it is a mixed form of Kalingada and Basant – Kalingada in the east and Spring in Uttarang. To avoid Kalingada, Dha Pa Ga Ma.Ga. Later add the grated cheese. To avoid spring in Uttarang. Trusts are done in different ways, like- Ma(t) (t) Dha(k) Ni Sa*Ni Dha(k) Ni Ni etc.

(6) Although its  jati is considered Shadav-Sampurn, but like- Ni Re(k)* Ga* Re(k)* Sa* Ni Dha(k) Ni. Sometimes Rishabh is used in the ascending notes of the Saptak.

7) Raag Paraj is called Parmel-Praveshak Raag, because after it the time of Bhairav ​​Thaat raag starts. Both Madhaym are used in Paraj, which is a mixture of Basant and Kalinga. Basant is the raag of Purvi Thaat and Kalingada is of Bhairav ​​Thaat. Raag Paraj enters the raag of Bhairav ​​Thaat from the Purvi.

The swars of Nyas – G, P, Ni and San.

Samaprakriti Raga – Kalingada in Purvaag and Basant in Uttarang.

special accompaniment

1. Dha(k)Pa Ga Ma Ga, Ma(t)Ga रे Sa,

2. .NiSa Ga ऽ Ma(t)Dha(k)Ni,

3.Ma(t)Dha(k)Ni Sa* – Ni(k)Dha(k)Ni,

4.Sa* Re(k)* Sa* Re(k)* Ni Sa* Ni Dha(k)Ni,

5. Ni Dha(k)Pa, Ma(t)Pa ध(t) Pa – MaGa Ma Ga ।

Paraj raag question answer –

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

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

What is the Jati of Paraj raag ?

Jati:- Shadav-Sampurn(6,7).

What is the singing time of Paraj raag ?

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

Which swars are used in Paraj raag ?

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

What is the Thaat of Paraj raag ?

Thaat:- Purvi thaat

What is the introduction of Paraj raag?

Paraj raag is believed to have originated from Purvi thaat. Re & Dha are used as komal swar and both Madhayam  are used in this raag. Its jati is Shadav-Sampurn(6,7).The singing time of this raag is 3 am to 6 am(the last hours of the night).

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