Monday, December 11, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism


Gurbani Raag:

Here is a detailed statement of the functions and atmosphere ascribed traditionally to various ragas along with banis composed to each, within the corpus of Guru Granth Sahib. In this statement the bhaktas and other devotees using them are not mentioned. Only the Gurus are included


Siri Bilaval
Majh Gond
Gauri Ramkali
Asa Nat Narain
Gujari Mali Gaura
Devagandhari Maru
Bihagara Tukhari
Vadahans Kedara
Sorathi Bhairon
Dhansari Basant
Jaitsri Sarang
Todi Malar
Bairari Kanara
Tilang Kalian
Suhi Prabhati
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