RAAG YAMAN An evening raaga


A raaga is a specific arrangement of notes (swaras) in a scale, designed to evoke certain emotions and moods. It is more than just a scale; it includes specific rules about how the notes are to be used, including which notes to emphasize, which to avoid, and characteristic patterns and phrases.

Classical ragas in Indian music are believed to have therapeutic effects and are often used in music therapy to promote healing and well-being. Here’s an overview of some classical ragas and their associated healing properties:

Raga Yaman: Typically played in the evening, Raga Yaman is associated with feelings of devotion and tranquility. It is believed to help with emotional stability and mental clarity.


Immerse yourself in this exquisite composition rooted in Raag Yaman, as performed by the gifted flutist Amit Khare. This piece is a serene journey, a tranquil embrace for the soul.

Raag Yaman, celebrated for its serene and uplifting nature,so Close your eyes and let the swaras wash over you, each note flowing effortlessly, weaving a tapestry of calmness and peace.

Every swara unfolds with intentional grace, guiding the listener deeper into a meditative state of tranquility. So, surrender to this sublime auditory voyage and let the music elevate your spirit.