The 60 raags (musical moods) of Siri Guru Granth Sahib in order of appearance:

  1. Asa
  2. Goojri
  3. Gauri Deepakee
  4. Dhanasri
  5. Gauri
  6. Poorabi
  7. Siri
  8. Majh
  9. Gauri Guarairee
  10. Gauri
  11. Gauri Dakhani
  12. Gauri Chaitee
  13. Gauri Bairagan
  14. Gauri Poorabi Deepakee
  15. Gauri MalvaGauri Mala
  16. Gauri Majh
  17. Gauri Sorath
  18. Asavari
  19. Asa Kafi
  20. Asa Asavari
  1. Devgandhari
  2. Bihagra
  3. Vadhans
  4. Vadhans Dakhani
  5. Sorath
  6. Jaitsri
  7. Todi
  8. Bairarri
  9. Tilang
  10. Tilang Kafi
  11. Suhee
  12. Suhee Kafi
  13. Suhee Lalit
  14. Bilaval
  15. Bilaval Dakhani
  16. Gound
  17. Bilaval Gound
  18. Ramkali
  19. Ramkali Dakhani
  20. Nut Narayan
  1. Nut
  2. Mali Gaura
  3. Maroo
  4. Maroo Kafi
  5. Maroo Dakhani
  6. Tukhari
  7. Kedara
  8. Bhairo
  9. Basant
  10. Basant Hindol
  11. Sarang
  12. Malhar
  13. Kanra
  14. Kaliyaan
  15. Kaliyaan Bhopali
  16. Parbhati
  17. Parbhati Bibhas
  18. Bibhas Parbhati
  19. Parbhati Dakhani
  20. Jaijavanti

Mishrat Raag

This is when two separate raags are combined to create a new raag. For example, Raag Gauri has 12 variations: one is the original form of Raag Gauri, and the further 11 all contain the main identity and characteristics of Gauri as their foundation and are then influenced by a secondary raag.

Raag & Raagini

Within the Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, no Shabad has the definition 'Raagini' in the title. All shabads clearly state 'Raag' (raga), and consequently, there are not 31 raags and 28 raaginis in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as is sometimes claimed, but 60 raags of equal and independent status.