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Thaat:
-
Time:
Any time or any time during monsoon
Vadi/Samvadi:
, 
Jati:
Sampurna-Sampurna
Alternative names:
Keerwani
Mood:
Bhakti (Devotion), Karun (Sad, Compassionate), Shringar (Romantic)
Kirvani raga has been adopted from the Carnatic system. This raga uses all the seven notes of which and are
A flat note
komal
. The
Ascending movement of notes
aroh
and
Descending movement of notes
avaroh
are straight. As such raga can’t be grouped into any of the existing thaats, since there is no
A basis for the organisation and classification of ragas depending on the notes used
thaat
with komal and and all other
A natural note (corresponds to notes in Western major scale)
shuddha
notes. However, for the purpose of classification, it is often considered of the Kafi thaat since its typical development follows the Kafi
Style of presenting based on another raga
ang
. This raga is more suited for instruments than for vocal.