Described by musicologist and critic Rajan Parrikar as “another obscure [Todi] variant, in which strands of Asavari and Khamaj are tied to the Todi-anga”. His guru Ramrang’s rendition of the raga revolves around phrases such as PmPm\g; mPn\d; SRnS; rnSRG – while the name presumably derives from the near-congruent Carnatic Abheri. Remains rare on the concert stage.
—Ramashreya Jha ‘Ramrang’ (~1990s)—
[Pakads] PmPm\g; mPn\d; SRnS; rnSRG
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