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Glory of Dusk - Raga Puriya Kalyan

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Published on Oct 22, 2010

Raga Puriya Kalyan is a melody that is traditionally played at the dusk (known as "sandhi-prakash"). It is a combination of two Ragas - Puriya and Yaman. Its mood is somber, meditative, contemplative, devotional and like many Ragas played at dusk, it makes one contemplate about life.

Here is a blog link explaining the philosophy behind Indian Ragas performed at dusk - http://www.bansuriflute.com/2012/02/0...

This is a recording of a live concert performed at Los Altos Public Library. On Tabla is Shri Ravi Gutala and on Bansuri, I was accompanied by my student, Akshay Naresh.

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Bansuriflute
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Tom Gray
Left India almost 50 years ago now, but the music is still in my soul.  If you've never been in rural India as the heat of the afternoon finally relents in the gathering stillness of night, you'd never know how mood capturing this is.
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mauulik
classical indian music at its best!!! divine,spiritual and soul stirring
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Cynthia K Seymour
Soothing & Peaceful! Thank you :) My 4 year old daughter heard it and said "oooh Mama, what's that beautiful sound? Can we play it forever??" She loves it as much as I do! Thank YOU!! 
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deepshikha pathak
Puriya Kalyan is a sandhi prakash raaga-Raga of gaudhuli vela means when cows return to their shed at the sun set...this recital is sooo beautiful takes you to the visualization of scenic beauty of sandhya
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jthomsoncal
Death does not seem as frightening when your soul is at peace.
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Tomas Fletcher
Amidst a thousand clouds, ten thousand streams There exists a single idle man Roaming mountains green on clear-lit days Sleeping underneath the cliffs at night Watching springs and autumns passing by Free of any cares and earthly burdens Satisfied indeed without attachments Tranquil like a flowing stream in fall. --Hanshan
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slushh
for those who want to skip to the drop its at 27:00
FraRu b
I love India! Thank you for posting this gem. :-) Namaskaram
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mitchhutch29
This flute player is one of the best, not only in this recording, but in others that I have had the pleasure of hearing.
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