Amritbani

SAB SIKHAN KO HUKAM HAI,GURU MANEYO GRANTH

 In Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji , Amrit Bani composed in 31 Raags.

 

 Raag Gujri

This is the fifth Raaga to appear in the Guru Granth Sahib ji in the series. The composition in this raaga appear on a total of 38 pages from page numbers 489 to 527.

The name "Gujri" possibly refers to the city of Gujrat in the Punjab, the state of Gujarat or to the Gujars before they moved from their homelands in the Northwest through the Punjab into Gujarat.

This raaga was in existence at the time of Raja Man Singh of Gwalior (1486-1517) who lived at a time of high musical achievement and referred to this raga in his writings about music. Gujari is rarely used as a concert raga today and little is known about its form. In modern times it has been supplanted by Gujari-Todi.

In the Ragmala, Gujari is listed as a ragini of Raga Dipak. Today Gujari-Todi belongs to the Todi thata. Gujari-Todi may be performed during any season of the year and is assigned to the early morning hours. It produces a mood of thoughtfulness that reaches deep into the heart. Texts set to this raga strip away all subterfuge and make man see himself as he is and search within for the truth.

While not one of the most frequently used ragas, Gujari was the setting for compositions by Guru Nanak Dev ji, Guru Amar Dasji, Guru Ram Das ji, and Guru Arjun Dev ji.

Aroh: Sa Re Ga M'a Dha Ni Sa
Avroh: Sa Ni Dha M'a Ga Re, Ga Re Sa
Pakar: Sa Dha, Ma, Dha Ni Sa, Ni Dha M'a Ga, Re, Ga Re Sa
Savar: Re Ga Dha M'a
Vadi: Dha
Samvadi: Re

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