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Raag Bhupali

Bhopali, also known as Bhoop, Bhoopali or Bhupali, is a Hindustani classical raga. It is a pentatonic scale (uses 5 notes in ascending and descending scale). Most of the songs in this raga are based on Bhakti rasa.

Aroh: Sa Re Ga Pa Dha Sa.
Avroh: Sa. Dha Pa Ga Re Sa

Description
Raag Bhupali emerges from Kalyan Thaat.

Samay (Time)
Raag Bhopali is traditionally sung during the first quarter of the night (Pratham Prahar).

Vadi Swar (Most used note): Gandhar – Ga
Samvadi Swar (Next most used note): Dhaivat – Dha Dha
Varjit Swar: Ma, Ni

Songs based on Raag Bhupali:

  • Chanda hai tu, mera suraj hai tu – Aradhana
  • Sayonara, sayonara – Love in Tokyo
  • Pankh hote to ud ati re – Sehraa
  • Jyoti kalash chhalake – Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan
  • Jab nil gagan ki chhaonmen – Amrapali
  • Achyutam keshavam ram narayanam
  • Panchhi banu udti firun mast gagan men – Chori Chori
  • Sanvare rang rachi – Meera Bhajan
  • Dekha ek khvab to yeh silsile hue – Silsila
  • In ankhonki mastike mastane hazaron hai – Umrao Jaan
  • Mana ke musht-e-khak se badhkar nahin hun main – A Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
  • Jaun tore charan kamal par vari – Sur Sangam
  • Yeh hava…yeh phiza…aa bhi  jaa  – Gumraah 
  • Jyoti kalash chhalke
  • Om namah shivay – Bhairavi
  • Dil hun hun kare – Rudaali
  • Sansaarki har shay ka – Dhoond
  • He Govind, He Gopal, He Dayaal Lal – Bhajan by Jagjeet Singh
  • Ham tum hase na kuchh kah paaye, tum ham se na kuchh kah paaaye – Ziddi

Dil Hoom Hoom Kare – Rudaali

In Aankhon Ki Masti Ke – Umrao Jaan

chori chori -panchhi banu udti phiroon

Lata – Pankh Hote Re Ud Aati Re – Sehra [1963]

Kanchi Re Kanchi Re – Hare Rama Hare Krishna

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