Raag Brindabani Sarang is a beautiful and popular raga in Hindustani classical music. It is believed to have originated from the Brindavan area of Uttar Pradesh, India, and is commonly associated with the spring season. The raga is characterized by its serene and romantic mood, with a focus on the lower and middle octaves of the scale.
This is a very basic information for beginners on Raag Brindavani Sarang or otherwise called Raag Sarang. Detailed information can be found on other resources like Tanarang.com.
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Rass (Nature) : Shringar Rass (Romantic)
Jaati : Audav – Audav
Aroh (5 notes) : S R M P N S’
Avroh (5 notes) : S’ n P M R S (Komal Nishad (n) in desendence)
Vaadi Swar : R (Rishabh)
Samvaadi Swar : P (Pancham)
Pakad : N S R M | R S R M P… | R M P n | P M P n S’
The mood or ras of Raag Brindabani Sarang is said to be Shringar or romantic love, and it is often used to express the emotions of separation and longing in love. The raga is traditionally performed during noon, and it is associated with the summer season.
Songs based on Raag Brindabani Sarang
DISCLAIMER: While Hindustani Classical Raags follow a set pattern of notes, the film songs based on Raag Brindavani Sarang may not necessarily follow every rule of this Raag. Composers take liberty to experiment with the notes and may deviate from the set pattern just to enhance the melody of the song.
Same is the case while jotting down the notations of songs. Hence, it is advised that you must not stop experimenting with the basic notations which are given in this website and must continue to improvise as per your convenience.
- Sawan Aye Ya Na Aye (Dil Diya Dard Liya)
- Haye re haye ye tere hath me mera hath (Kashmir Ki Kali)
- Jadugar Sayiyan Chhoro Mori Baiyan (Naagin)
- Jhooti Mooti Mitwa (Rudali)
- Tumhare bin jee na lage ghar me (Bhumika)
- Ghoomar Ghoomar (Padmavat)
- Jag Ghumiya (Sultan)
- Tharki Chhokro (P.K.)
Sargam notations of following song based on Raag Brindavani Sarang is available on this website: