Mere Naam Tu Sargam Flute Notes From Zero

Mere Naam Tu  song's Sargam Flute Notes from the bollywood movie Zero sung by Abhay Jodhpurkar. Mere Naam Tu  song is composed by Ajay-Atul with lyrics penned by Irshad Kamil.  Zero movie's lead stars are Shahrukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif and directed by Aanand L Rai. Zero released on 21 December 2018.

Mere Naam Tu Song's flute (Bansuri) notes is in Indian Classical Sa re ga ma (Sargam) style. These notations are mainly made according to flute's holes means in a flute (Bansuri) lowest note is lower mandar Saptak p and higher note is Taar Saptak P'. So these notes are made while considering this limit. These notes are very easy to play. You can play these notes in any scale flute. Also these notes are not limited to flute these can be played in any melody instrument like Piano, Harmonium, Saxophone, Trumpet, Clarinet, Synthesizer, Casio Keyboard, Guitar, Violin,  Veena, Sitar, Sarengi, Harp, Harmonica and many more. Mere Naam tu song's recommended Flute scale is C# but if you have and other flute you can play this song.

Mere Naam Tu Sargam Flute Notes From Zero
Mere Naam Tu Sargam Flute Notes From Zero
Song NameMere Naam Tu 
Movie NameZero
Singer Name Abhay Jodhpurkar
Song KeyC#m

Mere Naam Tu Sargam Flute Notes From Zero

Woh rang bhi kya rang hai
G(k)' R'R'G(k)'   G(k)' R'R' G(k)'S'

Milta na jo tere honth ke rang se hu-ba-hu
N(k)S' R'N(k)  N(k)S' D(k)S'N(k) PN(k)D(k) G(k)MP

Woh khushbu kya khushbu
G(k)' R'R'G(k)'   G(k)' R'R' G(k)'S'

Thehre na jo teri sanwari zulf ke ru-ba-ru
N(k)S' R'N(k)  N(k)S' D(k)S'N(k) PN(k)D(k) G(k)MP

Tere aage yeh duniya hai feeki si
PD S'N(k)  N(k) N(k)S'N(k) P MG(k)P

Mere bin tu na hogi kisi ki bhi
PD N(k)S'N(k)  N(k) N(k)S'N(k) P MG(k)P

Ab yeh zahir sareaam hai, elaan hai
PDN(k)S' R'S' R'S'D+, DN(k)S'S'

Jab tak jahan mein subah shaam hai
PMP PS'R' G(k)'R' S'PM

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  1. I am novice in music, can you please tell me what that "k" stands for in the sargam

    G(k)' R'R'G(k)' G(k)' R'R' G(k)'S'

    1. "k" stands for komal(flat) Notes, "t" stands for tivar (sharp) notes.

    2. K is used for komal swar.
      These are notes that can go far from their level