Raag Deshkar-Indian Classical Music Theory

Raag Deshkar-Indian Classical Music Theory

Raag Deshkar is the raag of Bilawal thaat. This is an awodo (5 notes) raag.

Dha is the wadi note whereas Re is the sumwadi note.

Raag Deshkar indian music theory

Ma and Ne are not allowed in this raag. This is the uttarwang raag, which means stress remains on the second part of the octave.

Raag Deshkar is the morning raag and must be sung in the morning.

Chaal of Deshkar:

Dha-Dha-pa-ga-pa-dha-pa-ga-re-sa-sa-re-ga-pa-dha-dha-ga-pa-dha-dha-pa-dha-dha-ga-pa-dha-dha-pa-ga-re-sa. Sa-dha (low octave)-sa–ga-pa-dha-pa-sa (high octave)-dha-pa-ga-dha-pa-ga-pa-ga-re-sa

Pa-ga-pa-dha-dha-dha-pa-dha-sa (high octave)-dha-pa-dha-re (high octave)-sa (high octave)-dha-pa-ga-re-sa

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