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- Raga: actress, see Ragini (actress). For other uses, see Raga (disambiguation) and Ragam (disambiguation). A raga or raag (literally "color, hue" but also "beauty
- Bhairav (raga): For Carnatic music raga (South Indian classical music), see Kalingada (Carnatic). For the god, see Shiva. Raag Bhairav (Hindi: भैरव/भैरों) (Urdu: بیرو)
- Sindhu Bhairavi (raga): For other uses, see Sindhu Bhairavi. Sindhu Bhairavi is a raga in Hindustani and Carnatic classical music, belonging to the Asavari thaat.
- Vanaspati (raga): Katapayadi sankhya system. In the Muthuswami Dikshitar school of music, this raga is called Bhānumati. Vanaspati is the 4th rāgam in the 1st chakra
- Todi (raga): For Carnatic raga Todi, see Hanumatodi. Todi (Hindi: तोडी) is a Gurmat classical raga which gave its name to the Todi thaat, one of the ten modes
- Kafi (raga): other uses, see Kafi (disambiguation). The raga Kafi is an important raga of Hindustani classical music. This raga corresponds to Kharaharapriya in Carnatic
- Kalyani (raga): Kaḷyāṇī, alternatively called Yaman in Hindustani Music, is a melakarta rāga (parent musical scale) in the Carnatic music. Its Western equivalent is the
- Marva (raga): Marwa is an hexatonic Indian raga; Pa (the fifth tone) is omitted. Marwa is also the name of the thaat. Arohana Ṇi re_ Ga Ma_ Dha Ni re# S' In the Western
- Durga (raga): raga is to be sung during late night. http://www.itcsra.org/sra_raga/sra_raga_that/sra_raga_that_links/raga.asp?raga_id=34 More details about raga Durga