Play Tons Of Songs On Your Music Instruments

Find Sargam notes of Hindi English Bengali and regional songs and tunes for beginners to play them on flute, harmonium, guitar, harmonica etc.


How to play songs on instruments – a book by Notes & Sargam. The first volume of N&S Book “Let’s Play Music” is available as an interactive .pdf document here. Don’t miss this out, if you are a beginner in Music.


50 Superhit Songs of R D Burman | Full Lyrics | Word by word Sargam Notations | Prelude and Interlude music notations | Stories behind the songs | Mention of Raags and Scales | Quotes and Anecdotes about R D Burman

If you wish to get Sargam any song or tune, which is already not available on this site, then you may place your request here.  The notations in S R G M… format will be sent to your email id within 72 hours.


Welcome To Notes & Sargam

Informal Resource

To begin with, this is an informal yet comprehensive resource of Sargam notes of Indian, Indian Film Music and Hollywood songs and tunes, especially for beginners.

For instance, you are a music lover.  You play some instrument too.  But, you are stuck.  Because, you have looked around everywhere for notations of the music that you want to play on your instrument, but alas! little luck.  As you find out that those resources are either charging money or are incomplete. But the good news is, you have landed up on Notes & Sargam website. You will be happy to find that it is a comprehensive, easy to navigate, easy to understand, and above all absolutely free resource for beginners or music lovers like you for instance, who just want to play Hindi, English, Bengali and regional songs on their instruments with the help of these easy Sargam notations.

You will find here Sargam notes for Hindi, English, Bengali and regional songs and popular tunes...

It is for sure that this website will make you happy because, you will find here various Sargam (some call it notations, swaralipi, notes, etc.) for Hindi, English, Bengali and regional songs, tunes, theme music, jingles etc.. These songs and tunes, some are the rare ones, have been enlisted categorically to make it easier for you to find what you want.  As a result, you will be able to explore, play, learn and enjoy!

Moreover, you will find here Sargam notes (Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni Sa) of Hindi and non-Hindi songs and tunes which may help you to play them on your instruments.  Since, I play Bansuri (Bamboo Flute), I may be a little bias towards reproducing Sargam more suitable to play on Bansuri. As a result, you can learn how to produce play Sargam for Hindi English Bengali and regional songs on your instruments like, flute, harmonium, guitar, harmonica, violin, etc.

These Sargam notations are playable on multiple instruments like, Bansuri (Flute), Harmonium, Guitar, Mouthorgan, Violin etc.

But, having said that, it doesn’t mean that these Sargam cannot be played on other instruments, like harmonium, keyboard, violin, sitar etc. They can be, indeed. If Bansuri produces “Sa Re Ga Ma”, so do other instruments, irrespective of their make or type.  So, I’m pretty sure that with little improvisation, these notations will hold equally good for playing on any type of instrument.

That means, if you are searching for, say, “Sargam notes of Hindi Songs on haromium”, or “Hindi song notations for harmonium”, or, “Harmonium notes for beginners”, or, “sa re ga ma pa piano notes for hindi songs”, then you might have come to the right place. Find 100s of Sargam notes for Hindi, Bengali and other regional songs.

Tips For Beginners

Beginners, like, those who have started to learn Bansuri must watch these videos because they may get good insight from these self-taught musicians who share their experiences of learning music all by themselves.

Real Stories Of Self-learning

Although, music is best learnt from a Teacher.  However, those who are yet to find a Guru, may get inspired from these stories of self-learning.


  • In a layman’s language to define, a Thaat is like a category under which there could be number of Raags.
  • A Thaat is a sequential set of seven out of 12 notes.
  • A Thaat will always have only seven different notes – either in their shuddh (natural) form or in their vikrit (moulded) form.
  • In Indian classical music, there are 32 Thaats, but following 10 Thaats are more prevalent.
  • Vikrit Swars are shown below in Red colour.
  • Notes written in Capitals are ‘Shuddh Swars’ and those written in Smalls are ‘Komal Swars’. # sign is for Tivr Madhyam.
  • Watch this video on how to memorize these 10 Thaats easily, which is getting very popular.


    1. Equal number of Swars (notes) in both Aroh and Avroh
    2. Avroh should end on the Swar with which Aroh began
    3. The pattern must be logical, like, the gaps between notes should be alike in each set.

    4. Click below to read more on Alankars and also learn to make your own Alankars:


Find the basic information on Indian Classical music or Hindustani Shastriya Sangeet on this website.  
Enlisted below are some of the common and popular Raags which will give beginners a fair idea about how to play these Raags of Indian Classical music either instrumentally or vocally . 

Out Of My Experience Of Self-Learning

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Swapnil Raut
Swapnil Raut
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Accidentally i came across this page, i just started learning flute around 3 months back i got good pace and learned the basis correctly but was finding it difficult to find notations for the songs. and here we go this page is my bible . Old classic songs some really good choices and notations. I really appreciate your efforts and you made playing easy for us. Keep posting and i felt exalted and rapturous. I would like to kindly respect you to post notations of the song “Tere bina jiya jaye na, Bin tere tere bin sathiya” or Tum aa gaye ho nuur aagaya hai or Tere bina zindagi se koi sikhwa nahi. any one of this would do as they are my mom’s fav. Thanks a ton for reading this and god bless you.
London, UK
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Prashant has assisted me with the notations of volumous Ghazals of my Badi Ammi, Farida Khannum ji. The service provided by Prashant is very apt, smooth, straight-forward and genuine. There are no hidden charges lurking and there is full transparency all the way. Prashant's notations are always correct and if there is any scope of a mistake then he corrects it. This quality of Prashant's is commendable. It was a wonderful experience with Prashant with the notations.
Katni, MP
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I am very glad to share my experience with Notes and Sargam. This website is amazingly supportive for music and flute lovers. The sargams made me enable to play songs on flute. Thanks a lot to you.
Anand Roy
Anand Roy
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You are very helpful. I’ve been following you since I started playing the Flute. It would be very helpful if create a pdf containing all the sargams you’ve posted. Thank You.​
Dhunveer Beehuspoteea
Dhunveer Beehuspoteea
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I am from Mauritius, and learning playing bamboo flute. I have come across your website which i find very useful mainly for students outside India as we have very few resource flute player.
A M Mistry
A M Mistry
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I am 74 year old retired person & having lots of interest in music. Recently I have purchased Yamaha psr e 363 key board & practicing musical notes on my own. I have gone through the notes you have been providing through your website. I am extremely grateful to you. Thank you very much. With warm regards,

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