Janya Upanga/Bhashanga Ragas, Upanga Bhashanga<>
Bhashanga ragas have anya swara(s) (external note; note not found in parent scale) in their ārohaa, avarohaa or both. Examples of Bhashanga ragas are Kambhoji, Bhairavi, Bilahari,
Chandraveena, Raga Shukla Bilawal Alapana and Pallavi
Bhashanga Janya Raga A Janya (or derivative) Raga of a Melakarta which uses a note outside of the Melakarta notes. In this raga, ni is outside of Shankarabharanam (Sa Re ga ma Pa Dha Ni).
Surabhi Post: Raga Classification And Structure 2 Raga
Bhashanga ragas Those ragas which contain some additional or anya swaras (not present in the parent) apart from the ones derived from the parent raga. Eg., Bhairavi, a janyam of Nata Bhairavi, contains D2 in the arohanam which is not present in the parent.
Chandraveena, The Two Madhyams Dilemma Raga
Raga Shuddha Sarang belongs to the Sarang family of Ragas, and is an afternoon Raga. It is one of the many Ragas which uses both the Madhyams Komal Madhyam (ma) and Tivra Madhyam (Ma). This creates quite a dilemma with regard to classifying this Raga.
Allied ragas of Carnatic music The Hindu
In comparison, the Devagandhari is a bhashanga raga has an ascent of ‘sa, ri, ma, pa, dha, Sa’ and a descent which goes as ‘Sa, ni, dha, pa, ma, ga, ri, sa.’ There is a vakra (irregular) sanchara...