World of Ragas on Guitar
World of Ragas on Guitar!
An untouched genre that drives every human into the unmixed world of neat emotions…
THE BEAUTY OF RAGA MUSIC ON GUITAR
Indian classical music on guitar (aka ragas on guitar) is an untouched genre that represents thousands of years old ancient Indian music heritage. The evolution of Raga is since times immemorial with its roots in Vedas (oldest scriptures).
Raga is a beautiful Indian classical music world in itself, usually played on the traditional old instrument – Sitar, Veena, etc. The exclusivity of Raga Music is that it focuses on a particular human emotion out of ‘nine’ emotions described in Indian classical literature.
Raga on guitar is a celebration of music. It is also an experience of different kinds of musical content and celebrating that journey. Celebrating and cherishing the 9 RASAs (moods) of human emotions
From WESTERN to RAGIC GUITARIST – BACK to the FUTURE – Join the world of Ragas on Guitar.
Through RAGAS knowledge, you can perform 100s of unique beautiful RAGA melodies on your Guitar as a SOLO GUITARIST.
5 Dimensions of Ragas
Ragas on Guitar is one of the beautiful & pioneer Indian classical guitar styles, launched as an official guitar program for the first time in musical history.
If you want to develop a taste of/discover ragas then you may start with the ‘Flavors‘ course but if you want to develop raga performance then you can go for the Complete course.
Ragas’ Sheet Music
If you are already aware of the ragas then you can select from diversified ragas’ sheet music. These sheet music are written in Staff Notations, Tabs (tablature).
Ragas – Amazing India Heritage Journey
Visiting Select 100 sites of India. Dedicating one unique raga/fusion music on guitar for each heritage. Also filming & creating a video episode series. Become part of this journey
Ragas – Live Events / Performances
If you want to invite Kapil Srivastava & team for live ragas on guitar concerts/performances. You can email us at the following link.
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