Let us begin with Malkauns, slowly turning our ears to Hindholam of Carnatic gradually.
RAJRUPA sEN PLAYS SARODE
Closely following let us listen to:
ranjani and gayathri reciting MEERA BHAJAN
ranjani and gayathri MEERA BHAJAN
Now, let us listen to an aalapana in Raag Hindholam by
How is the similarity between Malkauns and Hindholam.
Turn again to: Malkauns:
Saniya Patankar sings Malkauns on the occasion of the first SwarGanga Music Festival on 17th November 2005. This was a one day event that took place in Gadkari Rangayatan, Thane.
Again listen to:
HINDOLAM THILLANA BY DR.BALAMURALI KRISHNA
Now Malkauns by:
Pandit Nikhil Banjerjee as he plays sitar
Last, but not the least,
an incredible song in Hindholam.
Om namachivaya..Again in Raag Hindolam.
kamal and shailaja in Salangai oli
Well ! One can listen to Hindholam and Malkauns as many times as Sun rises in the East !!
Nevertheless, Malkauns is usually described as a late night song, invigorating Bhakthi rasa.
Similarity with Hindholam can hardly be lost.