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SITAR – Raag Darbari - Page 1 – Learn Indian Music conveniently anywhere. RAAG: DARBARI KANHADA. AROH.n S R g R S , M P. Raag Darbari by Lal Sukla Sri, , Penguin Books edition. Shrilal Shukla's Hindi novel Raag Darbari was published to great acclaim in The introduction to Gillian Wright's very welcome translation of Raag.

Raag Darbari Shrilal Shukla Summary Chapter 1 Ranganath, a boy from the city, goes to Shivpalganj for healing purposes as suggested by the doctor. He misses his train and requests a truck driver to give him lift. Taking him a place officer, truck driver readily gives him lift. On knowing that Ranganath is a student M. History , the truck driver feels irritated. On the way, Police appear and fines the truck driver as every part of the truck is worn out. While traveling, Ranganath explaining the education system of India and compares it with a bitch which can be kicked by everyone. According to him, money has become the aim and goal of everyone, from student to a saint.

All notes except for Sa and Pa have an alter ego, whose nature is either komal or tiver. Sa and Pa are never sharp or flat. Shuddh Ma, however, is written with a lower case m. As tiver or "bright" Ma is written with an upper case M. Sa of Indian is equivalent to C of the western system. However, C, C are commonly used as Sa. Most persons prefer to play music from the western C as their starting point. In other words, they select Sa from C , which is a common expression which is easy to remember.

It is suggested to use C if you are beginning to play harmonium or keyboard as a student of music for simplicity and ease. After learning you may start playing from any note and corresponding notes will change according to our chosen khraj note. Indian classical music is principally based on melody and rhythm, not on harmony, counterpoint, chords, and modulation.

Before you begin your first lesson, you must go through the initial lessons above. When you have a basic understanding of the notes of a sargam, it will help you sing and play better. You will need the following: A good teacher is essential because this person will correct your mistakes and set a good example to follow. Your teacher should be someone capable of performing and have a good reputation for teaching.

Treat your teacher with respect and consideration at all times, even when you are no longer learning from Copyright www. Instrumentalists must be sure to learn from both a vocal and instrumental teacher.

From the instrumental teacher you will learn techniques and from the vocal teacher to implement these techniques as though your instrument is singing the words. It is not enough to just attend a class once a week. Practice everyday, even for as little as half an hour. For those who wish to be performers, weekday practice should be hours. You must be ready to listen carefully to your teacher and to other performers. Listening to great recordings of old semi-classical will help you learn faster.

Attend concerts as well. Only these syllables are sung, and further designations are never vocalized. A sign of apostrophe on the right side of a letter S' indicates the octave higher, a sign of apostrophe on the left side of a letter 'S indicates the octave lower.

Re, Ga, Dha, and Ni may be either shudh or komal; Ma may be either shudh or tivar and is then called tiver Ma.

Sa and Pa are immovable once Sa is selected , Don't think there is anything that you can practice that will have as much an impact on your playing as sargam.

Take the sargam challenge. Play the sargam every night for one month and then re-assess your playing skills afterward. In other words Sargam is the collection of music notes or the swar of the scale. It has been mentioned earlier how notes of the sargam relate to the western scale. Practicing to play sargam in music is bit like weight training.

Basic rules of weight training are to start with simple exercises with lightweights. As you get comfortable with lightweights, you increase repetitions or increase the weight you are lifting. You also focus on muscle group you work on. You go to heavier and more complex exercises after you feel comfortable with the basic exercises.

When we say sargam, we don't just mean a scale of notes but it means the act of playing the sargam. Playing the sargam is the single most important thing you can do when you are learning harmonium or keyboard.

When beginning to learn harmonium, the teachers should not stress the playing of the sargam too much or enforce it. After all, there is nothing joyous about playing one note after the other in succession, over and over again.

Students tend to hate sargam for this very reason. Getting students into sargam is a challenge. Sargam fixes everything. If your right hand is not strong enough, sargam fixes that. If you are not confident in class, sargam fixes that. If you don't know where the notes are at the beginning, or how to sit properly for long periods of time or need discipline or you are trying to increase your speed or clarity or timing or rhythm or etc; sargam fixes all. Sargam needs great practice, but it doesn't have to be boring.

Nothing is more boring than playing the same notes over and over again, so spice up your sargam with some of the variations. This will sound like you are actually playing something. There are various books written on harmonium or keyboard but no suitable book is available on basics. These books were for advance learning and lessons were difficult to follow. This lesson of sargam is the first effort to produce sargam lessons in easy and with simplified exercises.

With these lessons you will be able to play and sing-along with your harmonium or keyboard. All the exercises are produced with simple diagrams and notations. Thanks to great music composer Nisar Bazmi Sahib and all those colleagues who cooperated with me in producing these fundamental lessons.

The system of classification for the raga in different groups is called a thaat. Thaat system is an "artificial" way to classifying ragas. Classification in Thaat system is purely for academic purpose. It is not necessary that Ragas from the same thaat might have same or similar personality.

The idea behind thaat is pretty simple. If one makes various permutations of these notes, one can think of 72 different combinations. Hindustani system, however, adds further restrictions on the way these notes are used. It is usually not allowed to use both pure and corresponding flat note one after the other and since this is an evolved art form and not science, there are always exceptions to such rules.

When such restrictions are factored in, the numbers of thaat reduce to ten. It is important for beginners to practice Kalyan thaat well to begin with. As they get comfortable with it, they may switch to Behravi thaat. I also find from my own experience that Bhairav thaat too presents some interesting fingering challenges. If one gets command on these three, the other thaat usually follow pretty easily.

If you learn thaat then you can easily learn ragas and can play many songs in keyboard or harmonium. You can play few songs with thaat but unlimited songs can be produced with ragas and ragas produce beauty.

It is easy to play songs in a thaat that contain fixed number of ascending and descending notes. In a raga there may not be fix number of notes in ascending and descending order so, it is not easy to play songs in the first instance.

There are certain rules for representation of thaat. These rules of classification of thaat are defined as under. A thaat must have seven notes out of the twelve notes placed in an ascending or descending order. Both the forms of the notes can be used. Thaat has only one arohi and one amrohi.

Thaat is not to be sung and is for only playing music songs but the ragas produced from the thaat are sung. Thaat is named after the popular raga of that thaat.

For example behravi is a popular raga and the thaat of the raga behravi is named after the raga. Out of ten thaat about 80 ragas are developed and performed these days. But for a beginner 30 ragas are sufficient to bring perfection in learning.

The set of seven notes or scale that can produce a raga is called a thaat. The system of classification for the ragas in different groups is called a thaat. There are again several systems of classification of the raga. Presently in Indian classical music the thaat classifications of ragas is commonly known.

For example bhairavi is a popular raga and the thaat of the raga bhairavi is named after the raga. But for beginner 30 popular ragas or less are sufficient to bring perfection in learning. These thaats are sampooran i. A thaat is only a group of abstract tonal forms, but a raga is a combination of notes having the power of generating and creating emotional values. Ragas are the melodic modes used in Indian classical music.

A raga describes a generalized form of melodic practice; it prescribes a set of rules for how to build a melody. It specifies rules for movements up arohi and down amrohi the scale, which notes should figure more and which notes should be used more carefully, and so on. The result is a structure that can be used to compose or improvise melodies, allowing for everlasting variation within the set of notes.

All the Ragas have a name and a character, which can be devotional, bold and gallant, or tragic. Raga usually comes with a time of the day when it is best performed.

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Some ragas are related to seasons, for example the raga malhar is usually performed mainly in the monsoon season, or it can be sung at any time. Practice of sargam is very important for a harmonium or keyboard singer.

In raga Kalyan Madhyam is Tiver and all other notes are Shuddh full. Raga Yaman Kalyan is an evening raga. It is also denominated variously by Yaman, Iman, Eman and Aiman. Although the Raga is as old as the hills, its historical antecedents are not easy to pin down. Traditionally rendered in the first quarter of night, Kalyan achieves its potent effect with tiver madhyam and shuddh nikhad forming a graceful symmetry amidst the other five-shuddh swar of the saptak, and shuddh gandhar serving as the vaadi and nikhad as samvaadi.

The derivative ragas out of this structure are grouped under the broad head of Kalyan Thaat. Here its jaati is kept sapooran-sampooran for sargam practice only. In our notation system tiver notes are shown in capital letters and with red dot.

Achal fixed notes are also shown with capital letters but with blue dot. The arohi of sargam will be taught in ten stages. You have to spend five to ten minutes on each stage for practice. Our practice of arohi and amrohi will be in madh or middle saptak. Below given diagram is showing Raga Kalyan notes in all three saptak. Raga Kalyan is the best thaat to start with.

Raga Kalyan notes are shown in all three saptak with finger numbers. Raga Kalyan Arohi First Stage — Sa index finger 2 We will begin our practice in middle saptak that is best for beginners. Keep pressure on the note while pressing bellow of harmonium with your left hand. You have to practice at least minutes on this first note of Sargam. In the beginning you may feel difficulty in synchronizing your voice with harmonium but gradually you will overcome this difficulty.

All our basic lessons in Raga Kalyan will begin from middle or madh saptak. Your index finger and middle fingers must remain over the notes. In the picture below Rekhab note is mentioned with red circle.

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You should keep in mind that all above stages are linked and only one note is added in each stage. Do not raise your second finger much higher over Rekhab note and only decrease its pressure while approaching Gandhar. Now again try to synchronize your voice with Gandhar note and repeat this practice again and again at least 10 minutes.

In the picture below Gandhar note is mentioned with red circle. This repeated exercise from Sa to Ma should not be less than ten minutes of duration. It should be remembered that we would stay on each note for about five seconds. Do not forget to stay for five seconds on each note in each exercise while synchronizing your voice with swars. Soon after that position place your index finger No. Duration of pressing each note in all above stages is not less five seconds.

You should practice arohi of sargam until your fingers are not used to play notes without hesitation and confidence. One should try to practice Arohi without time limitation until perfection arises. Proper synchronizing of voice with swar is very important.

You also have to practice Amrohi in stages as you already did in Arohi of Sargam but now in descending order from Taar upper Saptak towards Madh middle Saptak.

There is also no time limitation for Amrohi practice but it should be continued until you get acquainted with the voice of notes. Fingering will be same as selected in Arohi practice but in reverse order. There must be a gap of one and half second between swars to breath. You have to remain for five seconds on each note while saying relevant swars and by synchronizing your voice. The gap between each note must be one and half second in this initial stage.

Total time of practice must be between minutes. In the sixth stage there is no fixed time period for practice of swars. You may increase your time if you feel you are not perfect in fingering or vocal. Sargam Exercise 3 — Kalyan Arohi Amrohi It is the time when we will practice complete sargam in ascending and descending order. This exercise is very important for harmonium students for basic music learning.

Proper synchronizing of voice with swar is very important in this lesson. It is better to stay on each swar for five seconds and gradually decrease your time to four seconds and in the end half second. At least half an hour continuous practice is important but you can increase your practice time according to your capability.

Now you got familiar with Sargam notes in ascending and descending order so, we are going to write arohi and amrohi of sargam in normal style. Now notations of Raga Kalyan sargam will be written from left to right but will be played according to direction of arrow as given below: Copyright www.

If you get bored then take rest and divide your practice time in parts or play in front of friends or family members. You should practice these till you can play them correctly without looking at the keyboard. While you practice, please sing along with notes so that you can improve your voice.

Chapter 2 A man arrives at the police station and tells the police that he has been threatened by some dacoits. His application has already been rejected for grammatical errors. The people of Shivpalganj blindly believe that Policemen have magical powers and on the other hand, policemen also consider themselves the kings of the village. However, they never lend helping hand. Both the policeman and Ruppan Babu try to guess who could have written the letter.

Their doubt travels from policemen to students. Inspector tells Ruppan about the story of Bakhtavar Singh a policeman during the British rule. He was beaten by some hooligans who asked for forgiveness and Bakhtavar Singh adopting them beat the enemies of those hooligans instead.

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As a result of a number of other hooligans also offered to beat him but the latter refused to parent more hooligans. Ruppan Babu after having a heartily laugh asks the policeman if he is a follower of Bakhtavar Singh. The author tells about Ruppan Babu. He is a grown-up lad who is in the 10th class for last 10 years as he does not want to leave the college. But the real motive of Ruppan to be so is that he wants to keep his rule over the college students intact.

A number of miraculous stories revolve around the establishment of the college. Meanwhile, principle orders a teacher namely Malaviya to take a class. Malaviya is a supporter of Khanna Master who aspires to become vice-principle which made him a foe of Principle.

Khanna Master is taking English class. Principle appears in the class and scolds Khanna as he sees students reading obscene things. In real, principle fears that he will lose his powers if Khanna Master becomes vice principle. He thus leaves no stone unturned to abuse and exposes the faults of Khanna Master and his friends.

Ruppan Babu son of Vaidyaji returns back from the police station. Ranganath cousin of Ruppan also reaches there. Ranganath enquires about the Badri Wrestler elder brother of Ruppan.

Vaidyaji who is an Ayurvedic by profession is attending his patients. Ironically he has his own philosophy of diseases.

According to him, there are two types of diseases-public and secret. He believes that all the diseases are caused by the loss of chastity. He also shows his support towards the preservation of sem en. His application has often being rejected. While in the office, he quarrels with the clerk as both decide the different amount of bribe to settle the case. No compromise is made even after the interference of other officials.

Langar returns back and hopes that his case will be settled someday by Divine. A discussion is held between Principal and Vaidyaji.

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The former expresses his fear over the demand of Khanna. Chapter 6 Badri Wrestler elder brother of Ruppan returns back to the village on Rickshaw. On the way, he irritates the rickshaw-walla by asking him to sing a song. Suddenly Ramadhin resident of the village adjoining Shivpalganj appears before the rickshaw.

Ramadhin was arrested for his opium business for 2 years. Ramadhin stops Rickshaw and says to Badri that he received a letter from dacoits demanding money and he doubts that Ruppan Babu might have written a letter for them. Saying this he asks Badri to keep Ruppan under his control. Badri assured his safety and goes away. Chapter 7 A room having books that belong to Ruppan is given to Ranganath.

Ranganath is told about the story of a thief whose existence is not sure. However one day after independence, a gang of hooligans captured Sanichar and started beating him. When he told them that he is a friend of Durbin he was beaten more and told that days of Durbin are over now.

Consequently, he had to run away in order to save his life.

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