n. In Indian music, a formal section of composition in the long elaboration (alap) of a raga that forms the beginning of a performance.
In Indian music, the jor (Hindi: जोर; also spelled jod and jhor) is a formal section of composition in the long elaboration ( alap) of a raga that forms the beginning of a performance. It comes after alap and precedes jhala, the climax. Jor is the instrumental equivalent of nomtom in the dhrupad vocal style of Indian music. Both have a simple pulse but no well-defined rhythmic cycle.
Jor is one of the woredas in the Gambela Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Anuak Zone, Jor is bordered on the south by the Akobo River which separates it from South Sudan, on the west and north by the Nuer Zone, on the northeast by Abobo, and on the east by Gog; the Alwero River defines part of its northern boundary. The administrative center of this woreda is Ongogi.
Jor ( "Force") is a 2008 Bengali film directed by Swapan Saha. The movie features Jeet and Barsa Priyadarshini. It was a remake of the 2003 Telugu film Okkadu, starring Mahesh Babu, Bhumika Chawla, and Prakash Raj, directed by Gunasekhar. It was the first Bengali film with Oriya film actress Barsa Priyadarshini.
Jor or JOR may refer to:
Usage examples of "jor".
Jor gensen is one of the foremost fisheries physiologists in the world.