In one notation, this would be S R1 G3 M1 P D1 N3 S
The base Sa is the note C
Thats the raaga Maayamalavagowla, the typical beginning raaga for learning carnatic music (vocally)
In the same notation, this would be S R2 G3 M1 M2 D1 N3 S
where the base Sa is the note D
This does not have a Pa (perfect fifth) but has two Ma's
Conventional carnatic raagas typically don't have two Ma's.
Was that a typo or was this what you really intended?
This is again Mayamaalavagowla, but with the base Sa as the note G
So version 2 is the black sheep.
I will post some interesting Carnatic raagas with tabs later today.
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