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  • Course By Sambhavi Das


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Learn Indian Voice Music from the scratch to advance

Learn Indian Classical Singing or "RAGA" music including voice-culture, Indian beat-system, Indian Swaras -Sa Re Ga Ma
Course By:

Sambhavi Das


Course By:

Sambhavi Das

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The course is about Indian voice music, where one can learn music of India. Initially, I will be covering Indian Classical Music, which is the root of all Indian Music. One needs to have an Indian drone-instrument called Tanpura and a Tabla, which is an Indian Percussion for creating beats. An iTabla-pro app (in apple products) connected with speakers is also sufficient for self-practices and sessions. The course is seven weeks long.

Classical music is classified into four groups:

There are a plethora of Indian music lovers in all parts of the world. Ample of audience gather for any Indian classical concert, but conceptualizing 'what is Indian Classical' and its proper training is still lacking its persistence. I know many westerner-musicians, who travel to India annually for several months, leaving their jobs, to get guidance from their gurus. Therefore, one should definitely take this course to make Indian music singing and training-steps more accessible and approachable at any time.

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✔8section ✔ 47lectures ✔ 5h 29m total length

Course Introduction

  • 1. Welcome to the course - Overview
  • 2. Products needed for this course
  • 3. Roadmap of Indian Classical Vocal Music

Basic Theoritical Terms which one should know

  • 4. Important facts one should know before starting the course
  • 5. Definition of some terms

Voice Production Training

  • 6. Improving posture, body-position and seating
  • 7. How Indian voice works!
  • 8. Three Step Formula for Vocal Rendition
  • 9. Five Effective Breathing Exercises before the Practices (Optional)
  • 10. Producing voice Through Om rendition
  • 11. Vocalizing vowels for better sound
  • 12. Mantra Renditions
  • 13. Vocalizing 'SA' - First Indian Note (Swar)

Introducing Indian Note-syllables

  • 14. Octave/Saptak knowledge
  • 15. Mandra-Saptaka or Lower Octave Riyaz
  • 16. Madhya Saptak/ Middle Octave Practice
  • 17. Playing Sargam on the Harmonium-G#
  • 18. Reaching the Higher 'SA'
  • 19. Practicing Alankaras
  • 20. Two-Two Sets Alankaras Practice
  • 21. Writing & Practicing Alankaras
  • 22. Harder Alankaras
  • 23. Identifying the Notes according to the particular Scale- G#
  • 24. Introducing Other Flat & sharp notes - 12 notes scale

Indian beats & rhythms training

  • 25. How rhythms and beats work
  • 26. Laya, tala, Vibhaga, Sam, Tali, Khali, Matras, Tabla-bol,
  • 27. Types of 'Taals' (beats) in Indian music
  • 28. Introduction of 'TeenTala' - most important Tala
  • 29. Simple Swara Melody in Teentala

Introducing "Raga"

  • 30 . Basic definition of 'Raga' and its significance
  • 31. Raga, Thata, Aaroh-avroh, Pakad, Chalan, Prakriti, Vadi-Samvadi, Gayan-samaya,
  • 32. Elements in Bandish: Sthayee, Antara, tihaai,
  • 33. Different types of 'Ragas'

"Raga" Improvisation - Advanced

  • 34. Basic theory of 'Raga' Bhairav - Morning Raga
  • 35. Basic vocalism of Raga Bhairav - Aaroh Avroh (ascent-descend)
  • 36. Let's Practice the Bhairava Basics
  • 37. Playing Bhairava Swaras on the Harmonium
  • 38. Practicing Alankaras with Bhairava Swaras
  • 39. Aalap in Bhairav (slow improvisation)
  • 40. Swar-Malika in Raga Bhairava
  • 41. STHYEE of a Bandish in Bhairav (song/composition/piece)
  • 42. Antara - Stanza of a Bandish
  • 43. Bol Baant - Aalap with mild beats
  • 44. Taanas in Bhairav Raga (fast improvisation of notes)
  • 45. Tricks To Grasp the Taanas
  • 46. Organizing the whole performance systematically


  • 47. Raga Bhairav - Recital by Shambhavi Das


  • ✔ By the end of the course, you will be able to vocalize Ragas and able to improvise them for hours like in concerts. In this course you will learn fluent vocalizing of Indian swaras: Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni Sa, Indian Taal (beats) system, and basic to hard ragas-training including basic introduction of a raga, aalap (slow improvisatio), bandish (composition of that raga) and taans (fast - improvisation)

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Who is this course for

  1. ✔ The course is intended for the one who have interest in learning Indian music discipline. No knowledge is required for the students to take this course. Students just need to have interest and gudds for 'singing' without hesitation. Its not required to sing correctly because anyways, I will be covering the voice-training initially.

  2. ✔ As a music student, I expect the students to have some patience, perseverance and practice regularly for 20 minutes. There are many classical elements which are vocalized and develop through time. I don't want my students to get agonized by the course. Practice and enjoying own singing is the only way out.