Q. The famous Dhrupada raga sung by Tansen was related to which of the following?
Explanation: The Sama Veda is the collection of verses mostly taken from the Rig Veda but arranged in a poetic form to facilitate singing.
- It is a collection of 1,810 melodies, and also contains the famous Dhrupada raga, later sung by Tansen.
- The Upveda of the Sama Veda is the (Gandharva Veda).
- Recensions (Shakhas) of the Sama Veda are Kauthuma, Jaiminiya (Talavakara), and Ranayaniya.
Source: Poonam Dahiya