If my memory is holding up, the last raga is Bhimpalasi. But I might be confusing this with his performance on the Monterey Pop film. I do know that some of the Monterey Pop footage is used in Raga. I always liked the one that he performs for his guru in that film.
Yes, I know its not Bhimpalasi, the last performance is recorded live somewhere, but its not Monterey. Its a very Khammaj- sounding Rag. And I'm wondering about the Rag he plays for his guru also, but the credits are very vague in that movie.
Funny story... As you may have noticed, there are several clips in "Raga" of Micky Dolenze, the "drummer" for The Monkees. I ran into Micky during lunch last week and had to ask "What was he thinking, wearing a native American (Indian) head dress as he strolled along with Pandit Shankar". His reply was that he doesn't remember much about that particular event. Someone needs to send him a copy to refresh his memory. You might wonder what he was doing in Kentucky, of all places. He was here for a play. I've also heard that his mother lives here and that she is the inventor of Whiteout. Perhaps she should develope some "Greyout" for her son.
I think a lot of people in his age group have trouble remembering those days. This country was in "meltdown" mode back then. I was a teen in 1967, but I still remember it. Got into the "new" Beatles, plus discovered Ravi and sitar that year. Hey, ol' Mick doesn't look as bad as Davey Jones. Time has not been nice to that guy!