Raag Malkauns | North Indian classical Baithak

Raag Malkauns – Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and Tabla accompaniment by Pratik Devasthale.

The name Malkauns is derived from the combination of Mal and Kaushik, which means he who wears serpents like garlands — the god Shiva.  The raga is believed to have been created by goddess Parvati (the wife of Shiva) to calm Shiva, when the lord Shiva was outraged and was not calming down after Tandav in rage of Sati’s sacrifice.

Meditative Emotions: calmness, peace, coolness & tranquility.

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