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What is the uniqueness of Hindustani music

Asked by kasak, 05 Mar '09 02:50 pm
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The svaras in Hindustani music have a different nomenclature in comparison to Carnatic music. The 12 notes are called Shadja, Komal Rishabha, Shuddha Rishabha, Komal Gaandhaara, Shuddha Gaandhaara, Shuddha Madhyama, Tivra Madhyama, Panchama, Komal Dhaivata, Shuddha Dhaivata, Komal Nishaadha and Shuddha Nishaadha.
Answered by Indra Datta, 05 Mar '09 02:56 pm

 
  
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Suron ki barikiya.
Answered by Ruby Sanyal, 05 Mar '09 02:50 pm

 
  
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In India, music is considered as a subtle divine thread capable of linking the Jeevatman (individual soul) with the Parmatman (Supreme Soul), a concept originating in the Tantric idea of Sabdabrahman, the primeval source of creation. This idea finds expression in the eloquent words of the renowned violinist Yehudi Menuhin, Indian music reflects Indian life having no predetermined beginning or end but flowing without interruption through the fingers of the composer-performer. To fully understand the beauty, depth and elevating qualities of Indian music, one must therefore understand, if not experience, these concepts at least to some extent. It is believed that the Supreme Being is of the nature of Sabdabrahman or Nadabrahman. This Ultimate Sound Principle gets manifested as its vibrations. Through the Samyoga and Viyoga i.e. the union and separation of these vibrations, Sabdabrahman creates the world of forms, from the sub-atomic to the biggest and the mightiest! The entire cosmo ...more
Answered by SAURABH BHARGAVA, 06 Mar '09 03:41 pm

 
  
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