Music expresses feeling and thought, without language; it was below and before speech, and it is above and beyond all words.
Tilak Kamod is a Hindustani classical raag.
The raga is of Sharava-sampurna nature, i.e., in its arohana (ascent) six notes are used (Dha is excluded), whereas the avarohana(descent) uses all the seven notes. All the swaras used in this raga are shuddha.
Aaroh: Sa Re Ga Sa, Re Ma Pa, Dha Ma Pa Ni SA.
Avaroh: Sa Pa, Dha Ma Ga Re, Pa Ma Ga Re Sa Ni, Sa.
Pakad: SA Pa, Dha Ma Ga, Sa Re Ga Sa s Sa Ni, Pa Ni Sa Re Ga Sa.
Samay (time): Second quarter of the night (dwitiya prahar)
Raag Tilak-Kamod based songs:
Dil-e-nadaan tujhe hua kya – Mirza Ghalib
Tumhare bin ji na lage gharmen – Bhumika
Badariya Baras Gayi Us Paar – Murti
Chali Re Chali Re Mai To Des Paraye – Sarang
Hiya Jarat Rahat Din Rain – Godan
Ho Gaye Do Rooj…Wafa Jinse Ki – Pyar Ka Sagar
Hamne Tujhko Pyar Kiya Hai Jitna – Dulha Dulhan
Mujhe Mil Gayi Hai Mohabat – First Love
Teri Yaad Dil Se Bhulane – Hariyali Aur Rasta
Tumhare Bin Ji Na Lage Gharmen – Bhumika
Aaoge Jab Tum Ho Saajna – Jab We Met