|Swaras||n (Nishad Komal), rest all Shuddha Swaras,
Gandhar, Pancham & Nishad forbidden in Aaroh and Ganhar & Pancham varjya in Avroh
|Jati||Surtar-Audhav Vakra (rare deployment of Pancham)|
|Time||Midnight (9 PM - 12 Night) : 2nd Prahar of the Night : Ratri ka Dwitiya Prahar|
|Vishranti Sthan||S m D - S' D R|
|Aaroh||S R m D n D S'|
|Avroh||S' n D - m PD m R - ,n ,D S R S|
Vishesh : This is a very sweet melody with much consonance (Samvad)
as indicated in the triplets ,n R m - R m D - m D S'each with with the
Shruti Samvad i.e. S-G & S-P relation -The major chord of the western
notation system. With only four notes in Aaroh viz S R m D its Jati
is Surtar and is acquired difficultly learning directly from the Guru.
A pleasant and enchanting melodic mood is generated when we develop this Raag as follows;
R m RS ,n s - ,D s ,n s - ,D s ,D S - ,DS R s - R R m s m s R s - m s m D - n n D s - m PD m R - ,n ,D S s - R m R ,n ,D ,S
m D S' R' R' S' n D - m s R s - ,n ,D ,S - ,DS Rm s m s R - n D S' - DS' R'm' s - m' s R' n s D - m PD m s R - ,n ,D s R S.