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Thaat:
Bhairavi
Time:
Late morning or at the end of concert
Vadi/Samvadi:
, 
Jati:
Sampurna-Sampurna
Mood:
Bhakti (Devotion), Karun (Sad, Compassionate), Shringar (Romantic)
Bhairavi is the representative raga of Bhairavi
A basis for the organisation and classification of ragas depending on the notes used
thaat
. It is one of the very old and popular ragas. It has all seven notes with , , , and as
A flat note
komal
notes. Though its ideal timing is morning, it can be presented at any time of the day. Traditionally the concert ends with Bhairavi. Mostly the presentations will be chhota khayal, tarana, or any semi-classical types such as thumri, tappa, and Bhajan. Expert artists may use all the notes along with their alternate forms in semi-classical renditions. Such usage leads to
A mixed form of raga employing notes other than those strictly allowed by the base raga, often to enhance its beauty
mishra
Bhairavi. When
A natural note (corresponds to notes in Western major scale)
shuddha
is also used along with komal , then it is called Sindh Bhairavi.