Raag Nut bhairav-Indian Music Theory

Raag Nut bhairav-Indian Music Theory

Raag Nut bhairav indian music theory

Raag Nut is the Khado – Awodo Raag of Bilawal Thaat. Ma is the wadi Sur (note) in this Raag and Ma is the note on which the composition in this Raag must finish.

According to some Pandits this is the raag of bhairav which means in this raag of bhairav which means in this raag the songs related to bravery and courage are composed.

Amrohi is played without Dha and Ga whereas all the notes are used in Arohi.

The time to sing this raag is the second part of the night. Some Garanth also describe that Ga must be komal (Black note) in this raag but this is against the customs of music being followed now-a-days.

Some pandits say this raag is a mixture of Chaya and Aliyan.

This is to be noted that stress remains on poorwang in this raag.

In Amrohi Dha and Ga are not allowed therefore it can not be raag bilawal. Because Ma is the wadi note in this raag therefore it separates itself from chaya and Kamode. It also separates itself from shaan kalyan because Sa is wadi sur in Shaan kalyan. Whereas Ma is wadi sur of this raag.

The Chaal of Nut is as follows:-



pa-ma-ga-ma-pa-ne-sa (high octave)-ne-dha-ne-pa.
(high octave sa-re-ga-ma-re-re-sa-sa)-dha-ne-pa-ma-pa-ma-ga-ma-sa-re-sa.

Pa-dha (low octave)-sa (high octave)-ne-(high octave sa-re-sa-sa-re-ga-ma-re-re-sa-sa)-ne-dha-ne-pa-ma-pa-ma-ga-ma-sa (high octave)-dha-ne-pa-ga-ma-pa-sa-re-sa.

This raag is very unique. Melody and composition in this raag are easy to perform.

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