Indian Music Theory-Raag Heem Indian Ragas
It is said that music is the food of soul. There is no doubt about it. You must have seen that even the animals and birds enjoy music and dance on the rythm of its melody.
Music is one of the most healthy and populer hobby for all ages. It is worth metioning that all countries of the world have their own cutural values which they express through their folk songs. So we can say music is a strong medium to let other countries know about your culture.
Today we shall learn about raag Heem.
This is an awdo raag of Bilawal Thaat. The time to sing Raag Heem is in the evening.
The wadi Sur(note) of Raag Heem is Sa whereas the Sumwadi note is Pa. In Arohi of this raag Dha and Nee are right (not allowed) whereas In Amrohi Ne and Ga are virgit.
This raag is mostly played and sung in lower and middle octaves. According to some pandits the Raag has been made with the combination of Kalyan and Kamad.
Arohi of Raag Heem:
Amrohi of Raag Heem:
Chaal of Raag Heem
Pa (lower octave)-Dha(lower octave)-Pa(lower octave)-Sa-Sa-Sa-Re-Sa-Ga-Re-Sa(upper octave)-Ga-Ma-Pa-Ga-Ma-Re-Sa-Sa-Re-Sa-Ga-Ma-Pa-Dha-Pa-sa-Dha-Pa-Ga-Ma-Pa-Ga-Ma-Re-Sa-Dha-Dha-Pa-Dha-Pa-Dha-Pa-Sa-Re-Sa-Pa-Ga-Ma-Re-Sa.
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