Jogiya, or Jogia, is a raga in Hindustani classical music. It is based on Bhairav Thaat. It is played at the First Prahar of the day, dawn time (Brahma Muhurt). The name Jogiya came from Jogi, a corruption of yogi. One can appreciate the characteristic mood of devotion and detachment created by this raga. This is suitable raga for Thumri.
Madhyam is powerful, a nyas Swar as well as a Vadi Swar. Jogiya has Rishabh and Dhaivat Komal like raga Bhairav, however they are not oscillated here. In Avroh, Shuddha Nishad is Alp and is always used as a Kan Swar of Komal Dhaivat like: S' (N)d P. Sometimes Komal Nishad is also used as a Kan Swar with Komal Dhaivat like: m P d (n)d m ; m r S to enhance the beauty of this raga. R-m and d-m are rendered in Meend.
This raga is expandable in Madhya and Tar Saptaks. This raga creates a heavy atmosphere, however it is suitable for Thumri, Bhajans and Dadra etc.