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Historical view1OS Importance of Raga music105
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ancient artistic ascension Bengal Bhairavi Bharat Bhasa—1 Bhinna Bhupali Bilawal Brahma Calcutta century Chakra Chakraborty classification combination composed composition course derived Descension Deshi developed Dha—Na Dhaivata Dhrupad Dhruva Dhruva songs express follows form of music four Gandhar Gharana Goudi Gurjari Hanuman heptatonic hexatonic Hindola Indian Music instruments Jati Jatiragas Kaishiki Kakali Kala Kalyan Kaphi Kheyal Khole Kirtan Komal Krsna listeners Madhyama Grama Madraka Malawa Mandra Matras means Mela melodic mentioned Mukhari Murchhana Music of India musicians musicologists names Narada nature Nishada notal notes octave Pada Pakad Pala Pancam particular Raga Pata pentatonic position Prabandha Radha Raga Rasa regarded rhythm Rishava Sadaja Grama Samhita Samvadi Samya Sangit Makaranda Sangit Ratnakar Sannipata Sarangadev scheme sentiment seven significant singers singing sloka sound Sree Srutis string Suddha sung Swaras syllables Tala Teevratara Teot texture Thata Todi tonal traditional tune Vadi Vasanta Vastus Vedic Venkatmakhi Vina voice Vrnda