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Jyoti Kalash Chhalake Played on Flute By Dr.N.R.Kamath (Film : BHABHI KI CHOODIYAN)

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Published on May 14, 2012

I have played on my Flute "Jyoti Kalash Chhalake" the Classical Song from the old movie : Bhabhi Ki Choodiyan of 1961 which was composed based on Raga Deshkar by Maharashtrian Music Director Shri Sudhir Phadke who was affectioantely called as Babuji by his close friends and relatives. Raga Bhoopali is very very close to Raga Deshkar with a suttle difference which is explained below. Lots of people think that this Raga Bhoopali. But from the movement of the notes and looking at Vaadi and Samvaadi notes this song is definitely based on Raga Deshkar.
Raga Bhoopali (Kalyan Thata) and Raga Deshkar (Bilawal Thata) have same notes in Aroha and Avaroha and only difference is in Vaadi and Samvaadi notes. Raga Bhoopali has GA as Vaadi and and DHA as Samvaadi whereas Raga Deshkar has DHA as Vaadi and GA as Samvaadi, This suttle difference makes the chalan (movement) of Raga slightly different and each of these 2 Ragas then can be recognized in their distinct form. You also must have noted that Vaadi and Samvaadi of Raga Bhoopali and Raga Deshkar are exactly opposite to each other. But if you do not know the chalan then both Raga sound very similar and indistinguishable.
Lata Ji has sung this song BRILLIANTLY and many of her interviews Lata Ji has said that this is one of her most favorite songs.
For example in Raga Deshkar many a times a chalan in Avaroha (descending notes) is SA of Teevra Saptak or Octave, followed by DHA PA GA PA DHA PA GA RE SA of medium Saptak or Octave whereas in Raga Bhoopali one may follow the straight Avaroha Chalan like SA of Teevra Saptakor Octave followed by DHA PA GA RE SA of medium Saptak or Octave.
I hope you will like my classical tune. Please place your valuable comment. I am of course dedicating this tune to Lord Krishna whose lips once touched VENU or BANSURI. I purposely used White 7 or B medium scale Bansuri for playing this Tune. Initially, I had recorded this on my Base Flute with deep meditative sound. But then I realized that it will sound much better if I play this tune on B Medium Scale Flute. Please place your valuable comment.
Thanks and Regards,
Dr. Kamath

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