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That Name:- Bhairav.
Aroha: S G m P G m d N S’
Avaroha: S’ N d n d P M P d d P G m (G)r S
Jati:- Saudav – Sampurna.
Swarupa:- S G m P M P d n d P G m d N S’ r’ N S’ N d n d P d M P G m (G)r S
Prahar:- 2nd Prahar (6 AM to 9 AM)
Raga Ramkali (“the flower of Lord Rama”) is a raga of the Bhairav That that is played in the mornings. Specifically, this raga is played around the time that Gunakari is played. The flow of Ramkali is a very unique one that differs greatly from other Bhairav ragas. First, no other Bhairav that raga (except for schools that include Raga Lalit in this family) has a raga that contains both tivra Ma and suddha ma. Although the suddha ma has the stronger and frequent use, the tivra Ma slips in. This will give a “Purvi-esque” feel to the raga. In addition, both suddha Ni and komal ni are used. The suddha Ni has the greater strength.
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