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Baadarwa Barasana Ko Aaye by Ms. Bharathi Prathap at Bangalore International Centre. After a very harsh summer, every living thing eagerly looks up at the sky and considers their prayers answered, when dark clouds appear, heralding the arrival of rains. They rejoice the onset of monsoon. However, for a damsel, who is experiencing pangs of separation from her beloved, the season created tension, anxiety and restlessness regarding the safety of her love and looks forward to the re-union. In 'Baadarwa Barasana Ko Aaye' Ms. Bharathi Prathap has chosen the compositions depicting these moods and describing the rainy season, in the raags which are generally presented during the monsoon.