Raag Jaldhar Kedara-Indian Music Theory



Raag Jaldhar Kedara-Indian Music Theory

raag jaldhar kedara indian music theory

Raag Jaldhar Kedara is the Khado (six notes) raag of Bilawal thaat. Ga is not allowed in this raag. This raag is the combination of Jaldhar and Kedara. Black Ma is not allowed in this raag. It’s wadi note is pa and re is the sumwadi note. Point to be noted is that in Kedara Re is weak in purwang whereas Ne and Dha are weak in Utarwang. In Kedara these notes are not weak at all.

Arohi:

sa-re-sa-ma-re-ma-ma-pa-ne-dha-ne-dha-high octave sa

Amrohi:

high octave Sa-ne-dha-pa-ma-ma-dha-pa-ma-re-sa

Chaal of Raag Jaldhar Kedara:

ma-ma-pa-dha-pa-ma-re-sa-sa-re-sa-ma-re-ma-ma-pa-dha-pa-ma-ne-dha-pa-ma-ma-re-sa-re-sa-sa-ma-ma-re-sa-ma-re-sa-ma-pa-dha-pa-ma-pa-ne-dha-high octave sa-ne-dha-pa-ma-dha-pa-ma-dha-pa-ma-high octave sa-ne-dha-pa-dha-pa-ma-re-sa

ma-ma-pa-high octave sa-ne-dha-ne-dha-pa-ma-pa-high octave sa re sa-ne-dha-pa-dha-pa-ma-dha-pa-ma-re-sa

pa-dha-pa-ne-dha- high octave sa re sa ma ma re sa-ne-dha-ne-dha-pa-pa-dha-pa-ma-re-ma-re-sa

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