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Hriday Narayan Pande, Poorva Petkar
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Kedar Pandit
Harmonium Player
Mukund Petkar

About this album

Rattan Mohan Sharma, a disciple of Pandit Jasraj, is from the illustrious Mewati Gharana whose stalwarts include his late grandfather. Pandit Motiramji and his uncles, Mahamopadhyaya Pandit Maniramji, Sangeetacharya Pandit Pratapnarayanji and Sangeet Martand Pandit Jasrajji.

One of his recent releases through Times Music has been the recitation of the Gayatri Mantra which has been among the most successful audio releases in the spiritual category in recent times.

An 'A' grade artiste of All India Radio, Rattan Mohan Sharma has been the recipient of the prestigious Shankarrao Vyas Award for topping the grades in the Sangeet Visharad examinations conducted by the Gandharva Mahavidyalaya. Other awards won by him include The Mewati Gharana Gaurav Puraskar and Sur Ratna Award of the Bhatkande lalit Kala Shikshan Samiti, Raipur.

Yaman:-
This evening raga is from the 'Kalyan' Thata. Only teevra (sharp) 'Ma'is used in this raga and all noted are shudh (natural). Its Vaadi Swara (the note most frequently used or emphasised) is 'Ga' and Samvaadi (the second most frequently used note) is 'Ni'.

Aroha : Ni Re Ga Ma Dha Ni Sa
Avroha : Sa Ni Dha Pa Ma Ga Re Sa

Jog:-
This late night raga from the 'Kafi' Thata. It uses both varietities of 'Ga' (natural and flat) and komal (flat) 'Ni' is used. The 'Re' (third note) and 'Dha' (sixth note) swaras are forbidden in this raga. Its Vaadi Swara (th note most frequently used or emphasised) is 'Ma' and Samvaadi (the second most frequently used note) is 'Sa'.

Aroha : Ni Sa, Ga Ma, Pa, Ni Sa
Avroha : Sa, Ni Pa Ma, Ga Ma, Ga Sa

This raga has an unusual scale with both natural and flat 'Ga' but no 'Re' or 'Dha'.

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