A Mumbai based Classical, Semi-Classical, Light and Western Music Vocalist and a successful teacher in the field of Classical Music with a goal to develop talented musicians as well as upcoming artists.
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TRAINING & GUIDANCE
Acquire in-depth knowledge of Hindustani Classical Vocal with guaranteed certification under Akhil Bharatiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya Mandal. From building up the base for a good voice to becoming a professional singer, I provide you with guidance during your development at every stage.
Semi-classical and Light Music, or Bhav Sangeet in India, which has a stylistic origin from Classical music, basically refers to music that is popular with the common man. Establish your base by learning Hindustani Classical Vocal in order to sing and perform such kinds of music. I provide you with guidance during your development at every stage.
Indian Classical Music has a rich tradition of around 2000 years. It consists of a melody of twelve 'Swaras' - SA, RE, GA, MA, PA, DHA, NI as 'SHUDDHA' (major) 'swaras', with RE, GA, DHA, NI also as 'KOMAL' (minor) 'swaras', and one MA also as 'TIVRA' 'swar', along with rhythm called 'Taal'. The individual Swara represents a different scriptural deity. 'Shruti' is also the major notable characteristic in Indian Music which denotes the smallest interval of pitch that the human ear can detect. So, naturally, Indian Classical Music can be said to be the source of every type of music from around the world. The melody of Ragas, consisting of different combinations of Shrutis, are based on the Navrasas i.e. the Nine Sentiments, and they also correlate with different seasons and different times of a day. So, it is called 'Ranjayati Iti Raga' in Sanskrit, which means ‘which colours the mind is raga’. Indian Classical Music has the power to include and express each shade of human emotion. That's why the learning of Indian Classical Music prepares a singer to adapt to any other variety of music easily and fluently.
Every culture has music as its core and India is not an exception to that. Indian classical music does not only entertain the listeners, but it gives a soothing and healing effect. Music Therapy is said to be called ‘Gandharva Ved’ in Ayurveda. Researchers say that Hindustani classical music has the ability to improve concentration, develop the memory, maintain heartbeats and blood pressure, and control the effects of stress etc. Research has also proved that music has the capacity to enrich the prenatal development of children. Indian classical music boosts the processing of special reasoning in the brain. Specific ragas from Indian Classical are said to have specific impacts. E.g. Raga Todi is good for controlling heart diseases, Darbari for stress, headache etc.
Tanpura Drone application supports and sustains the melody of another instrument or singer by providing a continuous harmonic drone. Specially for the students of Hindustani classical vocal and instrumental.
Requires Android 7.0 and up. Device access for changes in audio settings.
A database of Ragas in Hindustani Classical Music [always updating with new Ragas].This application provides database of Ragas and easy search for any Raga within the database, definitions of various parameters in a Raga and its information like Thaat, Jaati etc and the Time system (Prahars) and their exact time related to Ragas.
Requires Android 5.0 and up. This app has access to Internet (Wifi or data).
A book which includes almost all possible variations of combinations of swars in ascending as well as descending order. The group patterns of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are included with Aroha (ascending order) and Avroha (descending order). Format PDF. Pandit Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande Notation in Devnagri. English notation included.