Day 3 – Season of Carnatic with Dr. Jayanthi Kumaresh, a new web series from Nov 1- Nov 30 where we will explore a completely new way to enjoy #ChennaiMargazhiSeason this year. Today’s featured ragams are Varali and Vijayasri. Catch the other episodes from this series here – https://bit.ly/2D2JyJn Follow on Instagram – @jayanthiveena. Read on and watch Day 3 video by Dr. Jayanthi Kumaresh.
Janyam of Jhalavarali (39th Melakartha Raga) Arohanam: S G₁ R₁ G₁ M₂ P D₁ N₃ Ṡ Avarohanam: Ṡ N₃ D₁ P M₂ G₁ R₁ S Listen to this ragam and a composition rendered by Sri. K.V.Narayanaswamy Kamakshi Bangaru Kamakshi – https://youtu.be/De9p0Ch03Sk
Vijayasri is mostly believed to be the Janyam of Suvarnangi (47th Melakartha Raga) One popular version of Arohanam and Avarohanam is: Arohanam: S R₁ G₂ M₂ P N₃ Ṡ Avarohanam: Ṡ N₃ P M₂ G₂ R₁ S Listen to a composition in this ragam rendered by Smt. S.Sowmya Varanarada – https://youtu.be/qlhMrlC5mBs MELAKARTHA ragams is a collection of fundamental musical scales in Carnatic Music. They are parent ragams from which other ragams are generated. These derived ragams are called JANYA Ragams. If you remember other compositions in Varali or know of any other ones in Vijayasri, do drop in a comment so we can all familiarize ourselves with them as well. Watch out for DAILY episodes. See you tomorrow!