Indian classical music is a beautiful art form that has been around for thousands of years. Hindustani is the subgenre of Indian classical music prevalent in the northern region. As a result of the Islamic conquest, Hindu traditions merged with the musical practises of the Arabs and the Persians. This gave birth to the Hindustani music that we know of today. A vital component of Indian classical music is Raag. Raag is a melodic framework that is utilised for composition as well as improvisation. In Hindustani music, you will find the classification of ragas according to mood, season or time. A Raga performance may even last for more than an hour and it may be completely improvised by the singer or combined with a memorised composition.
Music is an integral part of everyone’s life and by learning Hindustani Raga you can derive some of the rare benefits that not everyone can possess.
- Improves presence of mind
- Develops a sense of discipline
- Acts as an antidepressant
- Improves memory
- Enhances communication skills
- Provides an emotional outlet
- Minimises stress level
- Teaches consistency and perseverance
In a world where people are slowly drifting away from their roots, it is important to learn an art form that helps one stay connected to their culture. Our expert teachers will train you in Hindustani Raga and help you take forward the legacy of our beautiful Indian classical music.
- ·The willingness to learn