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Dhanasari
Bandhna har bandhna
Halat sukh palat sukh (Partal)
Halat sukh palat sukh nit sukh simarano
Har charan sarana gobind dukh bhanjana
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Dhanasri Purvi
Mere Man Laaga Hai Ram Pyaarey

South Indian Dhanasree
While this is not usually true, this raag has the same name in north and south indian classical music. Here is a nice instrumental piece in Dhanasree:
http://www.garageband.com/mp3/geethudhunikku.mp3?pe1WdjZPXLrvP2rY1mzZ2Fk

And Yesudas singing Dhanasree:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBGUgXwnXgg

Bhimpalasi
With a Vadi ‘Ma’ Bhimpalasi has a very different mood from Dhanasri, however, the notes are exactly the same. When the ‘Ma’ is weaker, the mood and ambience is very similar. The drut portion of the following recording of Ashwini Bhide starts at 5:37′ and is a beautiful composition set in Ek Taal:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yx_V7xT-q_U

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