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This is the '''first''' [[Raga]] to appear in the [[Guru Granth Sahib]].The second raga is [[Maajh]] Raga
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This is the '''sixth''' [[Raga]] to appear in the [[Guru Granth Sahib]]. The seventh raga is [[Maajh]] Raga
  
 
It appears on pages 14 to 94 and covers a total of 80 pages.
 
It appears on pages 14 to 94 and covers a total of 80 pages.
  
  
'''Raag Sri''' was favoured by the [[Hindu]]s for religious occasions and is found in many of the old treatises. In the [[Ragmala]] listed as a '''parent [[Raga]]''', it currently is a member of the puroi thata. Still a popular concert raga today, it is considered one of the most famous from among the North Indian classical system. [[Guru Nanak]], [[Guru Amar Das]], [[Guru Ram Das]], and [[Guru Arjan]] composed to this raga. Traditionally performed at sunset, it is assigned to the rainy season as well as the months of November and December. Its mood is one of majesty combined with prayerful meditation. This raga is always referred to as "Sri Raag" rather than placing the term raga before the name. It accompanies about 142 shabads.  
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'''Raag Sri''' was favoured by the [[Hindu]]s for religious occasions and is found in many of the old treatises. In the [[Ragmala]] listed as a '''parent [[Raga]]''', it currently is a member of the puroi thata. Still a popular concert raga today, it is considered as one of the most famous ragas from among the North Indian classical system. [[Guru Nanak]], [[Guru Amar Das]], [[Guru Ram Das]], and [[Guru Arjan]] composed to this raga.
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Raag Siri – The basis of this Raag is steeped in the traditions of mainstream Indian Classical music. Siri Raag is serious and thought provoking in its nature and creates an atmosphere where the listener is led to heed the advice given therein. The listener (the mind) is made aware of the truth of the message and with this ‘education’ is given the strength to face the future with both humility and the ‘gained’ knowledge.
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Its mood is one of majesty combined with prayerful meditation. This raga is always referred to as "Sri Raag" rather than placing the term “Raga” before the name. It accompanies about 142 shabads.  
  
 
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* [http://www.rajacademy.com/  Raj Academy of Asian Music]
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http://www.sikher.com/wiki/sikh-scriptures/raag-melodies/
  
Atmosphere: Solemn and grave
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{{Kirtan}}
 
 
Time of Singing: Evening (6 PM-9 PM)
 
 
 
'''[http://gurmatgiangroup.wordpress.com/2011/04/12/aapay-raseea-aap-ras-aapay-ravanhaar-sri-raag/ Gurbani Keertan in Sri Raag]'''
 
  
see also [[Raga]]
 
 
{{Kirtan}}
 
 
[[Category:Raga]]
 
[[Category:Raga]]
 
[[Category:Kirtan]]
 
[[Category:Kirtan]]
 
[[Category:Glossary of Sikh Terms]]
 
[[Category:Glossary of Sikh Terms]]
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[[Category:Sikhism]]

Latest revision as of 01:15, 20 November 2018

This is the sixth Raga to appear in the Guru Granth Sahib. The seventh raga is Maajh Raga

It appears on pages 14 to 94 and covers a total of 80 pages.


Raag Sri was favoured by the Hindus for religious occasions and is found in many of the old treatises. In the Ragmala listed as a parent Raga, it currently is a member of the puroi thata. Still a popular concert raga today, it is considered as one of the most famous ragas from among the North Indian classical system. Guru Nanak, Guru Amar Das, Guru Ram Das, and Guru Arjan composed to this raga. Raag Siri – The basis of this Raag is steeped in the traditions of mainstream Indian Classical music. Siri Raag is serious and thought provoking in its nature and creates an atmosphere where the listener is led to heed the advice given therein. The listener (the mind) is made aware of the truth of the message and with this ‘education’ is given the strength to face the future with both humility and the ‘gained’ knowledge.

Its mood is one of majesty combined with prayerful meditation. This raga is always referred to as "Sri Raag" rather than placing the term “Raga” before the name. It accompanies about 142 shabads.

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

http://www.sikher.com/wiki/sikh-scriptures/raag-melodies/