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Raags (Ragas) of Siri Guru Granth Sahib

The 60 Raags of Siri Guru Granth Sahib in order of appearance:

  1. Asa
  2. Gauri Deepaki
  3. Dhanasri
  4. Gauri Poorabi
  5. Siri
  6. Majh
  7. Gauri Guarairee
  8. Gauri
  9. Gauri Dakhani
  10. Gauri Chaitee
  11. Gauri Bairagan
  12. Gauri Poorabi Deepaki
  13. Gauri Malva
  14. Gauri Mala
  15. Gauri Majh
  16. Gauri Sorath
  17. Asavari
  18. Asa Kafi
  19. Asa Asavari
  20. Gujari
  21. Devgandhari
  22. Bihagra
  23. Vadhans
  24. Vadhans Dakhani
  25. Sorath
  26. Jaitsri
  27. Todi
  28. Bairarri
  29. Tilang
  30. Tilang Kafi
  31. Suhee
  32. Suhee Kafi
  33. Suhee Lalit
  34. Bilaval
  35. Bilaval Dakhani
  36. Gound
  37. Bilaval Gound
  38. Ramkali
  39. Ramkali Dakhani
  40. Nut Narayan
  41. Nut
  42. Mali Gaura
  43. Maru
  44. Maru Kafi
  45. Maru Dakhani
  46. Tukhari
  47. Kedara
  48. Bhairo
  49. Basant
  50. Basant Hindol
  51. Sarang
  52. Malhar
  53. Kanra
  54. Kaliyan
  55. Kaliyan Bhopali
  56. Parbhati
  57. Parbhati Bibhas
  58. Bibhas Parbhati
  59. Parbhati Dakhani
  60. Jaijavanti

Mishrat Raag
This is when two separate raags are put together to create a new raag. For example, Raag Gauri has 12 variations: one is the original form of Raag Gauri, and the further 11 all contain the main identity and characteristic of Gauri as their foundation and are then influenced by a secondary raag.

Raag & Raagini
Within the content of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, no shabad has the definition “Raagini” in the title – all shabads clearly state “Raag” (raga), and consequently there are not 31 raags and 28 raaginis in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib as is sometimes claimed, but 60 raags of equal and independent status.