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Gurbani Raag: Suhi

Suhi is classified in the Ragmala as a raoni of Nfeglta. It was a favourite with Muslims and was considered proper for the hot season. Tociav this raga belongs to the Ktifi thata and its performance time is late morning. In the Holy Book one variant is given, Raga Suhi Lalit. Sfilii was used by Guru Nanak, Guru Angad, Guru Amar Das, Guru Ram Das and Guru Arjan for 130 hymns, a var plus many slokas.

Aroh : Sa Re Ga Nla Pa, Ni Dha Ni Sa

Avroh : Sa Ni Dha Pa, Nla Ga, Re Ga Re, Sa

Vadi : Pa

Samvadi : Sa

Excerpts taken from Encyclopedia of Sikhism
by Harbans Singh .
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