A Critical Study Of Sangita Makaranda Of Narada
The book presents an elaborate and interesting study of music as treatised by Narada. It has all the special features of the original work. It is both comparative and critical. Its main feature is the treatment of ragas categorizing them as male, female and neuter. A scholarly work of definitions, descriptions and comments on all the essentials of music contributed by other ancient reputed authors from Bharata to Sharangdeva.
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Abhinava Gupta According to Narada Ahata Anahata ancient Ansha belonging Bhairava Bharata Bhashyam Bhasha Ragas Bhinna Brahma Brihaddeshi Carnatic music chapter Dattila deities described Deshi Ragas Deva Dhaivata Druta female Raga follows Gandhara Grama Geetis Gouda Graha note Grama Ragas Ibid India Jati Kashyapa Kriya Lakshanam Madhyama Grama Malava manuscript Margi Matanga Matra Matrugupta mentioned by Narada Mridanga Murchanas musicians Nanya Bhupala Narada of Naradiya Narada of Sangita Naradiya Shiksha Nata Natya Shastra neuter Ragas Nishada Nrityadhyaya omitted Oudava Ragas pada period praharas Purana Raga appears Raga classification Raga-Ragini system Raginis Rasa Rishabha Sadharana Sampoorna Sampurna Raga Sangita Makaranda Sangita Ratnakara Sangitadhyaya Sanskrit scholars seven Murchanas seven notes Shadava and Oudava Shadava Raga Shadja Grama Sharngdeva Shiva Shrutis Shuddha similar singing sloka starting note Svara Tala Tanas Tantra three Gramas types of Ragas types of Shrutis Vaggeyakara Veda Veena verses Vibhasha Vikrita notes