Raag Sarang

Raag Sarang is 26th Raag to appear in the raag wise collection of Shabads in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. The compositions in this raga appear on a total of 57 pages from page numbers 1197 to 1254. Gurbani Singers when sing in this raag it is usually the Brindavani-Sarang.
Thaat: Kafi; Jatti: Aurav Aurav; Both Nishads are used; Gandhar & Dhaivat are forbidden; Singing time for this raag is mid day time.
Aroh:  ਰ ਮ ਪ ਨ  ਸਂ Ni Sa Re Ma Pa Ni Sa
Avroh: ਸਂ ਨੁ ਪ ਮ ਰ ਸ Sa Ni Pa Ma Re Sa
Vadi: Re
Samvadi: Pa
Pakar: Ni Sa Re, Ma Re, Pa Ma Re, Ni Sa
Shabads sung in Raag Sarang:

5 Responses to Raag Sarang

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  3. Jaideep Misra says:

    Waheguruji ka khalsa waheguruji ki fateh maam just wanted to know how to decide the taal for a shabad that is for singing a shabad in a raag how does one set it to a taal and how to decide which taal is suitable for a shabad??? Waiting for your guidance to learn about correct taal in singing a shabad to evoke its meditative effects satnam ji

  4. Gurpreet Kaur says:

    It is very diffecult thing to explain. There is no fixed formula for selecting a Taal for a particular Shabad singing. What I follow is out of my own intuition after going through the shabad and after analizing the mood of the shabad and the raga in which the shabad is written. A way out is to listen to various taals and get to know the flow of the taals and then when you plan to compose a shabad try to feel if the words of the shabad go with the flow of that particular tail.

  5. Jaideep Misra says:

    Thank you so much maam for your guidance

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