Traffic lights are good study point of 3 colors of light . Red for Stop , Yellow for alert and Green for start as well as Human nature and behavior.
Most of the people get ready like ” Formula One Race “
Race in Time has taken away Grace of Timelessness from most of the human irrespective of Gender .
Slow And Steady Wins The Race should have been Slow And Steady wins the Race with Grace.
Indian classical Music is the Race with Grace .
It starts with Slow Tempo which is Alap that is to have harmony with Space frequency to be with Time.
Flow is the second Part ( Jor ) that is the experience of Timelessness .
Glow is third part that is the Dance of Time on Timeless that is Enlightenment.
On 14 November 2008 , on the occasion Of Children’s Day celebration had honor of listening Divine singer Vidushi Shalmalee Joshi in my Home . it was truly the unfolding of Mystery and magic of Indian Classical Music …… a journey of Creative Enlightenment.
( Artist Impression of the live concert on 14 Nov 2008 )
Slow = The Alap (/æˈlɑːp/; Hindustani: [aːˈlaːp]) is the opening section of a typical North Indian classical performance. It is a form of melodic improvisation that introduces and develops a raga.
Flow = In Hindustani classical music, the jor (Hindi: जोर, [dʒoːr]; also spelt jod and jhor) is a formal section of composition in the long elaboration (alap) of a raga that forms the beginning of a performance. It comes after alap and precedes jhala, the climax.
Glow = Jhala (Hindi: झाला, [dʒʱaːla]) is a term in Hindustani classical music which denotes the fast-paced conclusions of classical compositions or raga. It is often characterized by the overwhelming of the melodic component by the rhythmic component.
Jhinjhoti raga is considered as “Ashraya Raga” of Khamaj Thaat OR Parental Scale. Since all the seven notes are used in the raga, its Jati is Sampoorna OR Septatonic.
This raga is generally performed between10.00 p.m. and mid-night .
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