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Yaman (raga)

Yaman
Thaat Kalyan
Related ragas Yaman Kalyan
Aaroha Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni Sa
Avroha Sa Ni Dha Pa Ma Ga Re Sa
Pakad Ni Re Ga Ma Pa Ma Ga Re Sa
Vaadi Ga
Samvaadi Ni
Prahar (Time) Evening (Pratham Prahar)

Yaman (also known as Emaan in West Asia and 'Kalyani' in Carnatic classical music) is a heptatonic (Sampurna) Hindustani Classical raga of Kalyan Thaat.

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Description

Yaman emerges from Kalyan Thaat.

Mechanics

Yaman's Jati is a Shadav-Sampurna, where Aaroha omits Pancham (Pa) and Avroha includes all the seven swaras. All the swaras in the raga are Shuddha, the exception being Teevra Madhyam(Ma)

Samay (time)

Yaman is traditionally sung during the first quarter of the night.

In context

Yaman is supposed to be one of the most fundamental ragas in Hindustani Classical Music. It is usually one of the first ragas taught to the serious classical music student.

External links

  • SRA on Samay and Ragas
  • SRA on Ragas and Thaats
  • Technical Aspects
  • Rajan Parrikar on Ragas
  • More details about raag Yaman

See also


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