Music expresses feeling and thought, without language; it was below and before speech, and it is above and beyond all words.
A student of Indian classical music always begins with sargams (alankar), which are ascending and descending sequences of notes in an easily repeatable pattern. These are an essential part of one’s voice training and a prerequisite to improvising a Raga in both vocal and instrumental music.
(Key: Bold denotes higher octave; Komal (soft) notes are underlined)
Some popular sargams are as follows:
These sequences can be easily converted into sargams for other thaats. For thaat Bhairavi, you can replace all shuddha swara to komal. As an example, Sargam 4 in Bhairavi will become