72 MELAKARTA RAGAS PDF

The first 36 ragas take M1, while the next 36 ragas may be obtained by replacing M1 with M2. The 72 Melakarta ragas with the notes they take and the chakras they fall in are given below with links adapted from Wikipedia. Search this site. Membership Directory.

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Notes of the Melakarta ragams in Carnatic music shown in a keyboard layout. In this image C is used as Shadjam for simplicity sake only. In Carnatic music any note can be the tonic note sruti , which is taken as Shadjam note. Each chakra group consists of 6 ragams. The Melakarta chart showing all the 72 Melakarta ragams and composite notes is shown to the right.

The chart is a pictorial representation of the Katapayadi sankhya hashing scheme. Note: Swaras in carnatic music are relative, while notes in western music are fixed. While for example Sa is depicted as C on the key board in the pictures below, it can start from any key..

You can hence find an equivalent western scale for all melakarta ragaas and many Janya raagas. However Janya raagas divert from the rules of western scales in one or more of the following ways. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. English: Kanakangi the first Melakarta. English: Ratnangi the 2nd Melakarta. English: Ganamoorti the 3rd Melakarta. English: Vanaspati the 4th Melakarta.

English: Manavati the 5th Melakarta. English: Tanaroopi the 6th Melakarta. English: Senavati the 7th Melakarta. English: Hanumatodi the 8th Melakarta, popularly known as Todi. English: Dhenuka the 9th Melakarta. English: Natakapriya the 10th Melakarta. English: Kokilapriya the 11th Melakarta. English: Roopavati the 12th Melakarta. English: Gayakapriya the 13th Melakarta.

English: Vakulabharanam the 14th Melakarta. English: Mayamalavagowla the 15th Melakarta. English: Chakravakam the 16th Melakarta. English: Sooryakantam the 17th Melakarta. English: Hatakambari the 18th Melakarta. English: Jhankaradhwani the 19th Melakarta. English: Natabhairavi the 20th Melakarta. English: Keeravani the 21st Melakarta.

English: Kharaharapriya the 22nd Melakarta. English: Gourimanohari the 23rd Melakarta. English: Varunapriya the 24th Melakarta. English: Mararanjani the 25th Melakarta. English: Charukesi the 26th Melakarta. English: Sarasangi the 27th Melakarta. English: Harikambhoji the 28th Melakarta. English: Shankarabharanam the 29th Melakarta. English: Naganandini the 30th Melakarta. English: Yagapriya the 31st Melakarta. English: Ragavardini the 32nd Melakarta. English: Gangeyabhooshani the 33rd Melakarta.

English: Vagadheeshwari the 34th Melakarta. English: Shoolini the 35th Melakarta. English: Chalanata the 36th Melakarta. English: Salagam the 37th Melakarta.

English: Jalarnavam the 38th Melakarta. English: Jhalavarali the 39th Melakarta. English: Navaneetam the 40th Melakarta. English: Pavani the 41st Melakarta.

English: Raghupriya the 42nd Melakarta. English: Gavambhodi the 43rd Melakarta. English: Bhavapriya the 44th Melakarta. English: Shubhapantuvarali the 45th Melakarta. English: Shadvidamargini the 46th Melakarta. English: Suvarnangi the 47th Melakarta. English: Divyamani the 48th Melakarta. English: Dhavalambari the 49th Melakarta. English: Namanarayani the 50th Melakarta. English: Kamavardini the 51st Melakarta. English: Ramapriya the 52nd Melakarta. English: Gamanashrama the 53rd Melakarta.

English: Vishwambari the 54th Melakarta. English: Shamalangi the 55th Melakarta. English: Shanmukhapriya the 56th Melakarta. English: Simhendramadhyamam the 57th Melakarta.

English: Hemavati the 58th Melakarta. English: Dharmavati the 59th Melakarta. English: Neetimati the 60th Melakarta. English: Kantamani the 61st Melakarta. English: Rishabhapriya the 62nd Melakarta. English: Latangi the 63rd Melakarta. English: Vachaspati the 64th Melakarta. English: Mechakalyani the 65th Melakarta. English: Chitrambari the 66th Melakarta.

English: Sucharitra the 67th Melakarta. English: Jyotiswaroopini the 68th Melakarta. English: Dhatuvardani the 69th Melakarta. English: Nasikabhooshani the 70th Melakarta. English: Kosalam the 71st Melakarta.

English: Rasikapriya the 72nd Melakarta. Categories : Carnatic ragams Raga. Namespaces Gallery Discussion. Views View Edit History. In Wikipedia Add links.

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Notes of the Melakarta ragams in Carnatic music shown in a keyboard layout. In this image C is used as Shadjam for simplicity sake only. In Carnatic music any note can be the tonic note sruti , which is taken as Shadjam note. Each chakra group consists of 6 ragams.

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72 Melakarta Scheme

A melakarta raga is sometimes referred as mela , karta or sampurna as well, though the latter term is inaccurate, as a sampurna raga need not be a melakarta take the raga Bhairavi, for example. In Hindustani music the thaat is equivalent of Melakarta. There are 10 thaats in Hindustani music, though the commonly accepted melakarta scheme has 72 ragas. He is considered the father of mela system of ragas. The controversial parts relate to double counting of R2 and similar svaras and his exclusive selection of madyamas for which there is no specific reasoning also known as asampurna melas as opposed to sampurna ragas. Govindhacharya is credited with the standardization of rules and known for giving different names for standard ragas that have a different structure but the same swaras as those proposed by Venkatamakhi.

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Melakarta ragams

Melakarta, Melakarta raga, Janaka raga, Mela, Parental raga, Raganga raga — all of them are synonyms of a scale. A scale consists of Aarohana and Avarohana of the 7 notes with increasing and decreasing pitch. An arohana and avarohana of swaras together is called Moorchana. There are 7 swaras and 12 swarasthanas, which are universal and which exist in all the systems and traditions of world music. Our ancient musicians and musicologists found out the concept of comprehensive system to evolve the maximum number of scales through the process of permutations and combinations of 12 swarasthanas rather than as 16 Prakriti-Vikriti swaras in an octave and successfully arrived at the logical number of scales as 72, which are called as Melakartas. Example: Hanumatodi.

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