Respected Begum Ji,
The following is the list of Raagas and varients of Raagas in Dhan Dhan Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
people do use different Raagas though for their own conveienace (may be it is easier for them to sing), i guess it is up to you to post it or not.
The entire Bani of the Dhan Dhan Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji has been classified under 31 main Raagas.
Sri(Panna 14-93), Maanjh(Panna 94-150), Gauree(Panna 151-346), Aasaa(Panna 347-488), Gujree(Panna 489-526 ), Devghandhaaree(Panna 527-536), Bihaagraa(Panna 537-556), Wadhans(Panna 557-594), Sorath(Panna 595-659), Dhanaasree(Panna 660-695), Jaitsree( Panna 696-710), Todee(Panna 711-718), Bairaaree(Panna 719-720), Tilang(Panna 721-727), Suhee(Panna 728-794), Bilaawal(Panna 795-858), Gaund(Panna 859-875), Raamkalee(Panna 876-974), Nat Naaraayan(Panna 975-983), Maalee Gauraa(Panna 984-988), Maaroo(Panna 989-1106), Tukhaaree(Panna 1107-1117), Kedaaraa(Panna 1118-1124), Bhairav(Panna 1125-1167), Basant(Panna 1168-1196), Saarang(Panna 1197-1253), Malhaar(Panna 1254-1293), Kaanraa(Panna 1294-1318), Kalyaan(Panna 1319-1326), Parbhaatee(Panna 1327-1351), and Jaijawantee(Panna 1352-1359)
No raaga- Panna 1-13, 1360-1430.
Besides these 31 main Raagas, there are some variants of Raagas.
Gauree Guaareree, Gauree Dakhanee, Gauree Chetee, Gauree Deepkee, Gauree Poobee, Gauree Maanjh, Gauree Poobee Deeplee, Gauree Sulakhanee, Gauree Maalvaas, Gauree Maalaa, Gauree Bairaagan, Gauree Sorath,
Suhee Kaafee, Suhee Lalit,
Bilaaval Dakhanee, Bilaaval Gaund, Bilaaval Mangal,
Maroo Kafee, Maaroo Dakhanee,
Praabhaatee Dakhanee, and Praabhaatee Bibhaas.
Each Raaga offers a unique relationship to human moods and feelings. There is a seasonal allocation to different raagas, as Malhaar and Megha Raagas, are sung in the rainy season, in the spring the Basant Raaga, There is time allocation to all the ragas as well. Daily twenty-four hour timing cycle when divided in eight Pahars (each Pahar is approximately three hours)-:
6 AM - 9AM: Bilaaval, Devgandhaaree
9 AM - 12 PM: Saarang, Suhee, Bilaaval, Gujree, Goaud, Todee
12 PM - 3 PM: Vadhans, Maaroo, Dhanaasaree
3 PM - 6 PM: Maanjh, Gauree, Tilang, Tukharee
6 PM - 9 PM: Sri Raaga, Basant, Maalee Gauraa, Jaitsree, Kedaaraa, Kalyaan
9 PM - 12 AM: Bihaagra, Nat Naraayan, Sorath, Malhaar, Kaanraa, Jaijawantee
12 AM - 3 AM: No Raaga is allocated to this one
3AM - 6AM: Aasaa, Raamkalee, Bhairav, Parbhaatee
humbly asking for everybody's forgiveness
just adding- Shabad sung by Lata ji(link you gave), she sung it in Raag Kalyaan, BUT IN DHAN DHAN SIRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB JI -it is in raag GAUREE............
My 2 cent worth:Naam Japp Ji, Gurfateh.
Absolutley beautiful..beyond words...thanks a million for the sheer enjoyment going thru this Thread. Keep it up.
mil maerae preethamaa jeeo thudhh bin kharee nimaanee ||
Meet me, O my Dear Beloved. Without You, I am totally dishonored.
Doesnt the words..Totally DIS-honored sound out of the way ??
Kharee is Bahut..a lot...vaadh..and nimannee is onw who is sans any mann, abhimann..one who is not given any honour..any mann...someone who is essentially a non-entity..completley IGNORED by everyone present as not important..not worth a second look....BUT "DIS-HONORED" has an entirely different connotation.
Just a few ramblings...of an old man...
Randip Ji, gurfateh.I think subtitle oon Kirtan benefit all.
Just because people understand Punjabi, it does not mean they understand Bani. That has been demonstrated time and time again.
One example I have highlighted time and time again is that of Halal - which is a form of ritual sacrifice and even ritual purification but is time and time again translated by people as simply meaning kill ot slaughter............this sort of lazy translation or "prejudicial translation" as I call it is not only lazy but misleading.
There are many words in Gurbani like this that are Persian in origin and some Sanskrit.......subtitle may help us to gain a clearer meaning.