Aimani Bilawal Indian Ragas or raags-Indian Music Theory
Aimani Bilawal is the sampuran raag of Kalyan Thaat. This is also a kind of Bilawal but the shade of Bilawal is very distinct in this raag.
Both Ma notes (F and F sharp) are allowed in this raag. The time to sing Aemani Bilawal is early morning.
Sa is wadi whereas pa is sumwadi in Aemani Bilawal. While playing Arohi F sharp note or ma (komal) is used and that makes it distinct to show the color of Aiman.
the students must remember that in Bilawal Ne is vikar note which means Ne is not played in sequence. But in Aimani Bilawal Ne is not vikar but played in sequence.
Infact this Raagni is the combination of Raag Aiman and Raag Bilawal.
The Arohi and Amrohi of this Raagani is mentioned below:-
Taan is as under:-
SA-RE-GA, RE-SA,NE-SA,PA-DHA-NE-DA-GA-RE, GA-MA-PA, MA-GA-MA, RE-SA
Sawani Kalyan (raga sawani):
Sawani Kalyan is the khado (six notes) raag of Kalyan thaat. The ma (F) note is virgit (not allowed) neither in Arohi nor in Amrohi. Note Ne (B) is durbal (weak) in Arohi.
Sa is the wadi note whereas Pa is Samwadi note in this Raag. This is the most modern kind of Kalyan and it has been invented by the famous Muslim Ustads (teachers).
This raag becomes prominent in middle octave. Students must remember that Sawani Kalyan is sung on lower and middle octaves.
This raag is also accompanied by fast rhythm which separates from Aiman Kalyan and Bhopali. Arohi is below:-
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