Ravi shankar - rāgas & tālas

There are two main classical Indian music traditions, Hindustani (North Indian) and Carnatic (South Indian), and the concept of raga is shared by both. [6] Raga are also found in Sikh traditions such as in Guru Granth Sahib , the primary scripture of Sikhism . [9] Similarly it is a part of the qawwali tradition found in Sufi Islamic communities of South Asia . [10] Some popular Indian film songs and ghazals use rāgas in their compositions. [11]

Ehsaan Noorani is the lead guitarist of Shankar Ehsaan Loy. Having studied music with Bismarck Rodrigues from a young age. Prior to going abroad to study further music at MIT, , Ehsaan was an integral part of two local bands in Mumbai, Pegasus and Crosswinds. Ehsaan returned to Mumbai and was in demand for his musical skills in composing jingles, working for all the top composers of the time. Until the day Magic Box productions approached him to compose the jingle for Sona Spices, and that marked the beginning of Ehsaans independent journey as a composer of jingles in India.

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