Analysis of Classical Raaga Bhoopali and Its Influence on Human Brain Waves
|International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)||
|© 2018 by IJETT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2018|
|Authors : Aashish.A.Bardekar
|DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V61P221|
MLA Style: Aashish.A.Bardekar "Analysis of Classical Raaga Bhoopali and Its Influence on Human Brain Waves" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 61.3 (2018): 127-132.
APA Style:Aashish.A.Bardekar, (2018). Analysis of Classical Raaga Bhoopali and Its Influence on Human Brain Waves. International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 61(3), 127-132.
India is having rich heritage in music. our classical musical maestros understands and recognizes, ragas emotional influences on human being by changing the resonance of human body. Ragas like darbari and khamaj are found to defuse mental tension, particularly in the case of hysterics. Raga malhar pacifies anger, excessive mental, excitement & mental instability, Raga jaijaivanti have also been pound effective in curing mental disorders and calming the mind. Although it is require to verify this raga correlation systematically. By survey, it has been seen that no schemes have demonstrated yet. The proposed research presented in this paper is aimed to discover the science behind phonetics of raga and its effects on nerve system. This research is one step to explore scientifically the ancient way of alternative medicine i.e. raga therapy, which is a need of the day since current advances in technology and rising workload on human being is accompanied by stress relating to mental disorders. This research focuses on to study the influence of Indian classical ragas structure on human body while person is listening and experiencing an emotion in it by capturing EEG signals. The brainwave signals database will be collected and analyze. This research work addresses these objectives and aims to present a strong case which will help medical practitioners like psychiatrist, to treat patient by injecting music stimulus.
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