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This ragam is Mahati, an invention of Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna. The arohanam and avarohanam is as follows: Arohanam: S G3 P N2 S Avarohanam: S N2 P G3 S This is a rare example of a ragam employing only 4 swarams in both the arohanam and avarohanam! Dr. Balamuralikrishna has composed a song "Mahaneeya Madhura Moorte" in this ragam set to Khanda Chāpu tālam....


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The second ragam is called Gāvati, a Hindustani ragam that has been borrowed into Carnatic music. It has the following ārohanam and avarohanam: Ārohanam: S M1 P N2 S Avarohanam: S D2 M1 P G3 M1 R2 S G. N. Balasubramaniam has actually composed a varnam (Kamala vāsini, Ādi talam) in this ragam. It was GNB who introduced it into Carnatic music, after having ...


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The timestamps in this answer reference the full album (linked on Amazon Music), and not the extract on YouTube. Ganesh and Kumaresh play kalpana swarams in Sankarābharanam from 6:26 to 10:17 mins. The ragamalika swarams begin from the 10:17 mark, and follow a clear progression. The ragamalika swarams are played in 24 different ragams, in sets of 6. The ...


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