Found recently this far-reaching, raga web site - Raga Magic -
And found this beautiful raga there, for example ...
'Raag Bhairavi ,Ustad Vilayat khan ,Re,NiSaGaMaPaDhPA Best of Indian Classical'
And here's another ...
Ravi Shankar & Anoushka Shankar Live: Raag Khamaj (1997)
Raga brings to me to neural cascades of pleasure, neurophysiologically (and sometimes to a kind of loving bliss and meditative place), and perhaps moves many, many people, as well. It's also such an old form of music, predating other moving music (for me, and possibly many people), such as the Grateful Dead and Mozart.
What is it particularly moving about raga, Indian Classical Music and Carnatic music, which is so moving for many?
Openly share, teach and learn about music in India (and all kinds of music, literally) online via
Classical Indian Music
Links at Classical_Indian_Music at WUaS
In what ways might one learn playing other far-reaching forms of music, such as Piobaireachd on the Great Highland Bagpipe (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Great_Highland_Bagpipe) vis-a-vis raga, Indian Classical Music and Carnatic music?