Heartbeat of universe

Indian classical music is very scientific and spiritual at the same time ….. like it is for entertainment as well as for enlightenment ….. Listening to divine Dr. Ashwini Bhide-Deshpande …… Raga Bhimpalasi …… one remembers the times in town of Vrindavan ….. so beautiful are the buildings and ghats along the river …..  

Keshi Ghat is the principal bathing place in the town of Vrindavan. It is little east of Chir-ghat on the banks of the Yamuna. Keshi Ghat is one of the most beautiful ghats of Yamuna with stone inlaid palaces on the banks and massive Madanmohan temple visible in the backdrop. Here the sacred river Yamuna flows very graciously 

Bhimpalasi (a.k.a., Bhimpilasi or Bheempalasi) is a rag which is very much associated with a hot Indian afternoon between 14 to 16:00 hrs…  It has five notes ascending and seven notes descending. 

Arohana ( Ascending notes )

Dscending structure for Bhimpalasi

Avarohana ( Descending notes )

Descending structure of Bhimpalasi
river Narmada

listening to the river flowing is music ….. music is objective and subj

ective experience or to say time and timelessness together …. and good music is travel in time to timelessness ……. Click on the river photo above to listen a timeless music …. it is absolute divine …..

Love all.

(c) ram H singhal

Compiled for :Saturday Music Blog

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