Theory:

     At once Saraswati and Rupvati began to sing Raga Megh. The sky clouded over and the rain came down. Tansen was saved. The story goes that he was very ill after this, and Akbar was sorry that he had caused him so much suffering. He punished Tansen’s enemies. When Tansen got well, the entire city rejoiced. Tansen remained Akbar’s court singer till 1585 when he died. He composed several new ragas.
 
     Tansen’s tomb is in Gwalior. It is a place of pilgrimage for musicians.
Explanation:
 
When the whole situation was getting slowly worsened, Saraswati and Rupvati started to sing Raga Megh as taught by Tansen. Tansen had already informed them to start singing Raga Megh only when the lamps start burning. They did not forget the instructions given by Tansen and started to sing Raga Megh. Then a miracle happened. There was an immediate occurrence of cloud formation, from which the rain came down to earth. Tansen was saved at this point from the burning fire. Though Tansen was saved from the fire, he was on his ill-bed for some time. This made Akbar feel bad as he was the major cause for this situation to happen. He punished everyone behind this plot. After some time, Tansen got recovered from his illness. It was during this time, people from the whole city was filled with great happiness.

Tansen continued his great work in the court of Akbar till \(1585\) and died in the same year as a court musician and singer. Till this time, he composed several new ragas. Tansen’s tomb is in Gwalior. It is a place of pilgrimage for musicians.
 
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Tansen's tomb
 
Meaning of difficult words:
  
S.No
Words
Meaning
1.
Suffering
Refers to physical or mental pain or that someone has
2.
Compose
Create or forming together
3.
Pilgrimage
A visit that is connected to a holy or important place
4.
Tomb
A grave where a dead person is buried
Reference:
National Council of Educational Research and Training (2006). Tansen (pp. 15-19). Published at the Publication Division by the Secretary, National Council of Educational Research and Training, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi.