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MALAAR (MALLAR or MALHAR)([[Gurmukhi]] <big> ਮਲਾਰ </big>) Sri [[Guru Granth Sahib]] Ji {{sggs-page|1254}} to 1294
 
MALAAR (MALLAR or MALHAR)([[Gurmukhi]] <big> ਮਲਾਰ </big>) Sri [[Guru Granth Sahib]] Ji {{sggs-page|1254}} to 1294
  
Malaar is one of the rainy-season ragas performed from June to September. During the monsoons, Malaar can be sung at any time of the day or night; otherwise, it is designated for the late evening or early morning. Its mood is joyful because the rains cause the crops to grow and the flowers to bloom. Malaar is frequently combined with other ragas, particularly Megha. Tansen added some changes to Malhar and this raga is known as Mian ki Malhar. In the Ragmala, Gaund-Malaar is described as a ragini of Megha and is the only one with a Malhar name. Today, the Malhar ragas are assigned to the Kafi thata. A favourite of Hindu musicians, Malhar was used by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Angad Dev Ji, Guru Amar Das Ji, Guru Ram Das Ji, and Guru Arjan Dev Ji. The pure Malhar is seldom performed today, and it might be heard in one of its combinations.  
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Raag Malhar (ਮਲਾਰ) – Malhar is a communication of feelings from the soul, to show the mind how to become cool and refreshed. The mind is always burning with the desire to reach its goals quickly and without effort, however the emotions conveyed in this Raag are able to bring composure and fulfilment to the mind. It is able to bring the mind into this calmness, bringing a sense of satisfaction and contentment.  
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Malhar was used by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Angad Dev Ji, Guru Amar Das Ji, Guru Ram Das Ji, Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Bhagat NaamDev Ji, and Bhagat Ravidas Ji. The pure Malhar is seldom performed today, and it might be heard in one of its combinations.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:44, 2 April 2019

MALAAR (MALLAR or MALHAR)(Gurmukhi ਮਲਾਰ ) Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji 1254 to 1294

Raag Malhar (ਮਲਾਰ) – Malhar is a communication of feelings from the soul, to show the mind how to become cool and refreshed. The mind is always burning with the desire to reach its goals quickly and without effort, however the emotions conveyed in this Raag are able to bring composure and fulfilment to the mind. It is able to bring the mind into this calmness, bringing a sense of satisfaction and contentment.

Malhar was used by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Angad Dev Ji, Guru Amar Das Ji, Guru Ram Das Ji, Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Bhagat NaamDev Ji, and Bhagat Ravidas Ji. The pure Malhar is seldom performed today, and it might be heard in one of its combinations.

Section Punjabi English
Aroh: ਸ ਰ ਗ ਮ ਰ ਪ ਨ੝ ਧ ਨ ਸ Sa Re Ga ma Re Pa Ni Dha Ni Sa
Avroh: ਸ ਧ ਨ੝ ਪ ਮ ਗ ਮ ਰ ਸ Sa Dha Ni Pa Ma Ga Ma Re Sa
Vadi: Ma
Samvadi: Sa

Ragis today prefer Miyan Ki Malaar:

Section Punjabi English
Aroh: ਸ ਮ ਰ ਪ ਨ੝ ਧ ਨ ਸ Sa Ma Re Pa Ni Dha Ni Sa
Avroh: ਸ ਨ੝ ਧ ਪ ਮ ਪ ਗ੝ ਗ੝ ਮ ਰ ਸ Sa Ni Dha Pa Ma Pa Ga Ga Ma Re Sa
Vadi: Ma
Samvadi: Sa

See also Raga, Kirtan, Sikh Kirtan, Taal

Gurbani Keertan in Raag Malhar A rare form of Raag Malhar known as Nanak Ki Malhar

Des Ki Malhar

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