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shashank_156

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can any one tell me on which raga the following ghazal is based on

"Wo dilnawaz hai lekin nazar"
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got a sound clip? I dont remember hearing that one.
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a.k.a.talseeker
i dont remember the exact link but i can give u the url to access it

http://www.musicindiaonline.com
ghazals-> mehdi hassan->show all
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It is a mix of many different elements. The achor starts off Bihag like. Then there are elements of Kedar or Shuddh Lalit. Basant comes in via Sa Ma Ga.

The asthai ascends S G M S" N S" which I havent hearrd in any raag.

Nice song but difficult to pinpoint.

Some one else have a go. Here is a link to the song itself:

http://www.musicindiaonline.com/p/x/BrOpX9HiX9.As1NMvHdW/

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shashank_156

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Thanks,

I have also the same thing in my mind.
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Hi friends let us make a list of our favourite ghazals and the ragas we think they are based on. To start with

Jab tere nain muskurate hain - Raga sahera
Dil ki baat labon par laa kar-abhogi
jo chahate ho-nat bhairav
Go jara si baat par-ahir bhairav

and the most favourite

Ek khalish go haas ne-cant guess
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My favourites:

Ranjish hi sahee - Yaman

Khabaram raseed emshab ke negar khwahee aamad (Farsi) - Ahir Bhairav

Muhabat karnewale kam nahonge - Khamaj

Bhool bisri chand - If you know please tell me. I can't really figure this one out.

and my all time fav

Soorat naparastam man but-khaana shekastam man
(Farsi) - Desi

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Shola That is Raga Kirwani my Guru played an album with him on that very Raag. What a voice. What Ghazals. My parents used to have him over to sing (my dads favorite is Ghulam Ali and his Gayaki, whom I got to study with as well a bit) at their house after they brought him in for concerts when we lived in Dallas. Here is a Mendhi Hassan one I love but is not often heard, "Jab jab tune, zulfa, sawari, tab tab toota ayeena - Teri adawou se daar tha hoo, tere adawou se daar tha hoo, mere dil ka ayeena..." I love him.
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I realy love the ghazals u have posted.

especially 'Mohabbat karne waale kam na honge' in Khamaz.

can u tell me the raga fo the following ghazal by mehdi hassan

"ek khalish go haas ne umre-ravan rehne diya"

u can find it on musicindiaonline.com-> ghazals-> mehdi hassan
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We have discussed the raag for "ek khalish ko haasel e 'umr e rawaan rehne diya" on this forum before.

The scale is S G m P n with tivra madhyam. Mehdi Hasan saheb uses a touch of shuddh Re in descent.

This raag was apparently created by the great Ustad, Amir Khan of Indore. It either goes by the name Chandramadhu or Amirkauns.

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