Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram

Sargam (notations) for bhajan

Raghupati | Raghav | Raja | Ram
SS SS | S(r)S ND | NR S | RM~GM

Patita | Pavan | Sitaram
R gR | S ND | NG~R R~S

Sitaram, | Sitaram,
GGG {MGRS} | R MGM

Bhaj | Pyare | tu | Sitaram
RR | M P | (d)P | MGR R

Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram
SS SS | S(r)S ND | NR S | RM~GM

Patita Pavan Sitaram
R gR | S ND | NG~R R~S


This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. Kamal wah mukhopadhyay

    Please send bengali notation of ragu pari raghab raja ram.

  2. Mark "Gee" Smith

    Can you lead me to some “English/Western notation” on the quote for this piece?
    I know, it’s a little lazy not to invest some time in being able to read the original, but… I can barely read western notation as it is! 🙂

  3. manju

    Thank you for your help i am learning a lot

  4. Farida

    What is meant by R gR

    1. mark

      This means, that you have to play Suddh Re and then play komal ga followed by Suddh Re.

  5. shashi

    What is meant by GGG {MGRS}

    1. mark

      notes in { } need to be played very fast

  6. Ashutosh sahu

    what is meant by S(r)S

    1. mark

      a note in () is called ‘Kaan’ Swar, which you have to barely touch, and not play fully.

  7. Shaunak Saswade

    What thaat is this on?Which swars are komal

  8. Harold Narain

    I like the great help you are doing for all the good people who appreciate your work. Long may you continue to help those like me who need the aspiration to learn music. Many thanks.

    Please can I have your e-mail address. Thanks

    1. Notes and Sargam

      I’m glad that you are finding this resource helpful. Thanks for appreciating. Stay tuned.

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