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Piklihal

Piklihal is a village near Mudgal in the Lingasugur taluk of Raichur district in Karnataka state, India. Piklihal is a neolithic period site. The site was excavated by F. Raymond Allchin in 1952. Piklihal is 6 km south to Mudgal town.

                                               

Tekkalakote

As of 2001 India census, Tekkalakote had a population of 23.578. Males constitute 50% of the population and females 50%. Tekkalakote has an average literacy rate of 30%, lower than the national average of 59.5%. Literacy of Male and female are 41 ...

                                               

Venkatapura, Lingasugur

Venkatapura is a village near Maski in the Lingasugur taluk of Raichur district in the Indian state of Karnataka. Venkatapura is a neolithic period site. 45 Cairns were found in the hills south to the village. Some of these cairns are 50 meters i ...

                                               

Watgal

Watgal also spelled as Vatagal is a village near Kavital in the Manvi taluk of Raichur district in the Indian state of Karnataka. Watgal is the location of a pre-historic period site. Baswanna Tempal Neolithic grey ware of Brahmagiri fabric and J ...

                                               

Cherpu

Cherpu is a big village in Thrissur district of Kerala state in south India. It is 12 kilometres south of Thrissur town and is on the Thriprayar road. It is dotted by a number of temples and has quite a few rivers flowing by its vicinity. The vil ...

                                               

Nedumala caves, Piralimattam

The Nedumala Caves are in Piralimattam. They are located on the border of Idukki district and Ernakulam District in Kerala state, India. Piralimattom Nedumala hills is a prehistoric site. Caves well carved on granite rock and stone shelter are he ...

                                               

Pattanam

Pattanam is a village located in the Ernakulam District in the southern Indian state of Kerala. It is located 2 km north of North Paravur, 6 km and East of Chendamangalam 25 km north of Kochi. According to the recent archaeological excavations, P ...

                                               

Wadakkancherry

Wadakkanchery is a major town in Thrissur, Kerala. Up until 1860, this area was part of Chelakkara taluk. Now, it is the headquarters of Talappilly Taluk. Wadakkanchery obtained municipality status from the government by merging with the Mundathi ...

                                               

Tikla

Tikla, or Tikula, is an archeological site and ancient rock shelter in Madhya Pradesh, India, known for its petroglyphs. Tikla is around 170 kilometers south of Mathura, and 50 kilometers southwest of Gwalior, on the road from Mathura to Tumain a ...

                                               

Daimabad

Daimabad is a deserted village and an archaeological site on the left bank of the Pravara River, a tributary of the Godavari River in Shrirampur taluka in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra state in India. This site was discovered by B. P. Bopard ...

                                               

Gawilghur

Gawilghur was a well-fortified mountain stronghold of the Maratha Empire north of the Deccan Plateau, in the vicinity of Melghat Tiger Reserve, Amravati District, Maharashtra. It was successfully assaulted by an Anglo-Indian force commanded by Ar ...

                                               

Jorwe

Jorwe is a village and an archaeological site located on the Pravara, a tributary of the Godavari River in Sangamner taluka of Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra state in India. This site was excavated in 1950-51 under the direction of Hasmukh Dh ...

                                               

Mansar, India

Mansar is a census town in Ramtek tehsil of Nagpur district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. This town is located 5 km west of Ramtek and 45 km northeast of Nagpur city.

                                               

Prakasha

Prakasha, popularly known as Dakshin Kashi is a village situated on the bank of Tapi River in taluka Shahada in Nandurbar district, Maharashtra, India.

                                               

Sekta Archaeological Living Museum

The Sekta Archaeological Living Museum in Sekta village known in local language as "Sekta Kei" in the Indian state of Manipur is a protected archaeological site which is one of the six mounds identified in the area. It is known for its secondary ...

                                               

Balathal

Balathal is an archaeological site located in Vallabhnagar tehsil of Udaipur district of Rajasthan state in western India. It is one of the ninety Ahar-culture sites located in the Basins of the Banas river and its tributaries. The excavations at ...

                                               

Brahmadesam (Viluppuram)

Brahmadesam is an Indian Panchayat village located in Viluppuram taluk of Viluppuram district in the state of Tamil Nadu. As of 2001 census, the village had a population of 1986, with a literacy rate of 59%. The two temples in the village Brahmap ...

                                               

Devankuruchi

Devankuruchi is an archaeology site located near to T.Kallupatti and 40 km far from Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Devankurichi is a small village on the road towards Peraiyur. The Devankurichi hill is a symbol of spirituality as one can see it whil ...

                                               

Keelathooval

The Hero Stone in front of the main Pillayar temple was removed, as it was located in the centre of a village pathway, though the location may have been a battle field. The tamarind tree next to the elementary school is also said to be standing o ...

                                               

Kilvalai

Kilvalai or Kizhvalai, is a hamlet in Tirukkoyilur taluk in Villuppuram district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The major occupation of the people living at this place is agriculture. In 2011 it had a population of 700.

                                               

Mahendravadi

The contribution of the Pallavas to the cultural development was significant. They encouraged the growth of Tamil literature. The Pallavas earned name and fame through their developed art and architecture. Mamallapuram finds a prominent place in ...

                                               

Nithyakalyana Perumal temple

Nithyakalayana Perumal temple in Thiruvidandai, a village in Chennai, Kanchipuram district of the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, the temple is glorified ...

                                               

Sathyamurthi Perumal Temple

Sathyamurthi Perumal Temple in Thirumayam, a panchayat town in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, the temple is glorified in the Divya Prabandha, the ear ...

                                               

Thirukkadigai

Thirukkadigai or Sholingapuram in Sholinghur, a village in Vellore district of the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, the temple is glorified in the Divya Pr ...

                                               

Thiruvakkarai

Thiruvakkarai is a village in the Vanur taluk of Viluppuram district of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Situated on the periphery of Auroville global township, it is the home of National Fossil Wood Park and Chandramouleeswar temple.

                                               

Trilokyanatha Temple

Trilokyanatha Temple in Thiruparthikundram, a suburb in Kanchipuram in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, are dedicated to the Jain religious figures. It is associated with Digambara sect of Jainism. Constructed in Dravidian architecture, the ...

                                               

Kagarol

Kagarol is a village in the Agra district of Uttar Pradesh state in India. It is situated at a distance of about 25 kilometers to the south-west of Agra city. This village finds mention in some of the earliest Archaeological Survey of India repor ...

                                               

Deulpota

Deulpota is an archaeological site located beside the Hooghly river, in the Diamond Harbour II CD block in the Diamond Harbour subdivision of the South 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

                                               

Harinarayanpur, Kulpi

Harinarayanpur is an archaeological site in the Kulpi CD block in the Diamond Harbour subdivision of the South 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

                                               

Jagjivanpur

Jagjivanpur or Jagajjibanpur is an archaeological site in Habibpur block of Malda district in West Bengal state in eastern India. This site is located at a distance of 41 km east from English Bazar town. The most significant findings from this si ...

                                               

Adana (raga)

Adana is an Indian raga. It is also called Adana Kanada. It is often sung or played in drut laya after a vilambit composition in raga Darbari Kanada, as Adana is straighter than Darbari in its chalan, thus allowing faster passages. The flow of th ...

                                               

Amritvarshini (raga)

Nomenclature: Nomenclature for Notation- D N ; S R G m P D n N; S’ r’ R’ / P, RS – Halt between P and RS/Meenda Glissando- P-> m /Kana swara Grace note RG

                                               

Ahir Bhairav

Ahir Bhairav is a Hindustani classical raga. It is a mixture of Bhairav and the ancient, rare raga Ahiri or Abhiri, or perhaps a mixture of Bhairav and Kafi.

                                               

Bhimpalasi

Related ragas: Bageshree, Dhanashree, Dhani, Patdeep, Hamsakinkini, Patdeepaki In Carnatic music, Karnataka Devagandhari is the most similar raga, falling with Melakarta 22 Karaharapriya.

                                               

Bhinna Shadja

Bhinna Shadja is a raga of Hindustani classical music belonging to the Bilaval Thaat. It contains five Shuddha Swaras: Shadaja, Gandhar, Madhyama, Dhaivata and Nishad. Rishabh and Pancham are omitted. In the form of notation it contains S,G,M,D a ...

                                               

Bhoopali

Bhoopali, also known as Bhoop, Bhopali or Bhupali, is a Hindustani classical raga. It is a pentatonic scale. Most of the songs in this raga are based on Bhakti rasa. Since it uses 5 notes, belongs to the "Audav jaati" of ragas. The same raga in C ...

                                               

Bhoopeshwari

The Bhoopeshwari raga is not a traditional raga. It is generally accepted that it was created between the 1990s and 2000s. It may have been created by Ustad Alladiya Khan of the Jaipur-Atrauli Gharana, although it emerged only after his death. It ...

                                               

Bihag

A portion of the alap of Bihag may be seen in a scene from Satyajit Rays 1958 film Jalsaghar, played by the surbahar player Wahid Khan, from 29:50 to 31:58. Dil cheez kya hai from Umrao Jaan contains elements of Bihag. The song "Hamare Dil Se Na ...

                                               

Alhaiya Bilaval

Alhaiya Bilaval is a Hindustani classical raga. It is the most commonly performed raga of a large group of ragas that are mainly based on a scale more or less identical to the Western major scale. For this reason, that scale itself is known as th ...

                                               

Brindabani Sarang

Brindavani Sarang or Brindabani Sarang, also known as Sarang, is a Hindustani classical raga. This raga falls under the Sarang family. It is also called Vridavani Sarang.

                                               

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Desh (raga)

The raga is of audava-sampurna nature, i.e., in its arohana ascent only five notes are used, whereas the avarohana descent uses all the seven notes. Shuddha Ni is used in the arohana, while Komal Ni represented as ni below is used in avarohana. A ...

                                               

Puriya Dhanashree

Raga Purvi, the "type-raga" of Purvi Thaat contains all seven notes. But the rishabh and the dhaivat are komal both in ascent and descent and the madhyam varies from teevra to shuddh whereas the gandhar and the nishaad stay shuddh throughout. In ...

                                               

Durga (raga)

Durga is a raga in Hindustani Classical music. It shares some features with Shuddha Saveri of Carnatic music, but is significantly different from it in terms of the sanchara s of the raga. Durga raga evokes the sringara rasa - romantic love.

                                               

Hameer

Hameer is a nocturnal Hindustani classical raga nominally placed in Kalyan thaat. All the shuddha swaras along with teevra madhyam are used in it. Generally, its vaadi swar is dhaivat and the samavaadi swar is gandhar. However, some exponents con ...

                                               

Hindol

Sa Ga Ma# Dha Ni Dha Ma# Ga Sa. The vadi swara is Dha, and the samvadi is Ga.

                                               

Jhinjhoti

Jhinjhoti is a Hindustani classical music raga. A famous rendition of this raga is Abdul Karim Khans Thumri "Piya Bin Nahi Aavat Chain" which Bhimsen Joshi had heard as a child and which left a lasting impression on him. Gulon mein rang bhare, a ...

                                               

Jog (raga)

Jog is a Raga in Hindustani classical music. It is one of the more popular ragas appearing often in films. Sometimes, experts assign this raga to be a member of Kafi thaat.

                                               

Kafi (raga)

Kafi is a raga in Hindustani classical music. It corresponds to Kharaharapriya in Carnatic music. Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande classified most ragas into ten thaats. Kafi thaat is one of them. The raga Kafi is the principal raga of its thaat. Accord ...

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