Sargam playing on violin
Violin is set on G D A E notes from thick to thin strings. We start from D or second string. It is played D major scale. Notes D, E, F#,G means Sa. Re, Ga,Ma is played on this string. We see that Sa and Re and Ga is situated at whole note differece and Ga and Ma are situated at semitone difference. Third string or A string is played open it will play Pa. The notes played on it are Pa, Dha, Ni,Sa. or A, B, C#,D. As on second string Pa and Dha and Ni is situated at whole note difference and Ni and Sa are situated at semitone difference.
Ma Ga Re Sa
Sa Ni Dha Pa
After playing Simple Sargam Sa, Re, Ga, Ma, Pa, Dha, Ni, Sa. One has to practice Palte or Alankar.
SaSa, ReRe, GaGa, MaMa, PaPa, DhaDha, NiNi, SaSa
SaSa, NiNi, DhaDha,PaPa, MaMa, GaGa, ReRe, SaSa,
sarega, regama, gamapa, mapadha, padhani, dhanisa
sanidha, nidhapa, dhapama, pamaga, magare, garesa
saregama, regamapa, gamapadha, mapadhani, padhanisa
sanidhapa, nidhapama, dhapamaga, pamagare, magaresa
saresarega-, regaregama-, gamagamapa-, mapamapadha-, padhapadhani-, dhanidhanisa-,
sanisanidha-, nidhanidhapa-, dhapadhapama-, pamapamaga-, magamagare-, garegaresa-.