Bhimpalasi (a.k.a., Bhimpilasi or Bheempalasi) is a rag which is very much associated with a hot Indian afternoon. It has five notes ascending and seven notes descending. There are many film songs in rag Bhimpalasi.
Bhimpalasi is derived from Kafi that. This that is very crowded with numerous similar rags, so it is very important to pay attention to their pakads, otherwise one may inadvertently impinge upon them, and thus spoil the performance.
Audav - Sampurna - (general discussion of jati)
Afternoon - (general discussion of time and rag)
Sa - Pa - (general discussion of drone)
Sitar Practice - Bhimpalasi Fast Tintal
Sitar Pracitice - Bhimpalasi in Rupak taal
Raag Bhimpalasi- Indian Violin- Raginder Singh
Raga Bhimpalasi Thaat Kafi and its song "Tu hai phool mere"
CHAURASIA at theatre de la ville
Nikhil Banerjee - Bhimpalasi - Alap
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