Music expresses feeling and thought, without language; it was below and before speech, and it is above and beyond all words.

Raag Malkaush

Malkaush (also spelled Malkauns) is a raga in Indian classical music. It is one of the most ancient ragas of Indian classical music. The equivalent raga in Carnatic music is called Hindolam, not to be confused with the Hindustani Hindol.

Thaat:  Bhairavi

Aaroh:  Ni (komal), Sa, Ga (komal), Ma, Dha (komal), Ni (komal), SA

Avaroh:  SA, Ni (komal), Dha (komal), Ma, Ga (komal), Ma, Ga (komal), Sa

Pakad:  Ni (komal) Sa Ga (komal) Ma Ga (komal) Sa Ni (komal) Sa Dha (komal) Ni (komal) Dha (komal) Ma Dha (komal) Ni (komal) Sa

Jaati:  Audav-Audav

Vaadi:  Madhyama (MA)

Samvaadi:  Shadja (SA)

Rasa:  Gambhira

Varjit Swara:  Rishabha( RE)  and Panchama( PA)

Samay:   Madhyaratri, 2nd prahara of Night ( 9pm to 12pm )

Raag Malkauns – Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan

Hari Om(Raga Malkauns) from film ‘Baiju Bawra’

Pt. Bhimsen Joshi – Raag Malkauns

Ustad Amir Khan Raga Malkauns

Ustad Amanat Ali, Ustad Fateh Ali – Raag malkanus

Aaj More Ghar Aaye + Ghor Langar Manat Nahin (Raga Malkauns) – Rashid Khan


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This entry was posted on June 18, 2013 by in Ragas.
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