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Raag Yaman and New Bollywood Songs! (available with English Subtitles)

That is about: Raag Yaman and New Bollywood Songs! (available with English Subtitles). It was uploaded by Anuja Kamat. On the date 1507027225. Its lengh: 9:5 . The number of views: 2999. The number of likes 501. Its source Desi video : Youtube.com – compiled by Desi website: www.hindipony.com

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  1. U won't believe me ……but i m die-hard fan of our traditional bhartiya classic music….i simply can't understand any rag or any of pancham madhyam Dhaivat gandhar …but i simply luv the way u simplify every inexplicable thing in music for laymen as us…..thank u again,👍🌷🌷🌷🌷

  2. Anuja, well done again. I would love it if you could do a series on Raag Bhimpalasi as well since it is just as wonderful a raaga as Yaman is, and there are scores of film songs based on it. A.R. Rahman's "Shabba Shabba" for the film 'Daud' and Viju Shah's "Tu Cheez Badi Hai" for 'Mohara" always surprise me. Who would have thought such songs could also be composed in Bhimpalasi – a raaga that is usually meant for Bhajans and Ghazals? And please don't forget to mention "Kismat Se Tum Ham Ko Mile Ho" of 'Pukar' when you do the series on Bhimpalasi. Thanks a ton in advance 🙂

  3. This is a superb blending of commonly known songs and their classical base – this is the best way to learn classic raag's "chalan" because just knowing shuddh/komal/teevra or even aaroh/avroh is not sufficient – one has to know the phrases that exemplify the raag. You do that so well! And with so much zest! Keep the videos coming:)

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