x Dha-Dha-TiRiKiTa Dhin-TiRiKiTaDhin- Ta-Ran-Dha-Ti Dha-TiRiKiTaTaKe | 2 GaDiGiNeKiTaTaKa DhiReDhiReKiTaTaKa TiRiKiTaNaGaDhit Ka-Ran-Dha-Ti- | o Dha---(Dha-Ti- Dha-)--KiTaTaKa TiRiKiTaNaGaDhit Ka-Ran-Dha-Ti | > 3 Dha---(Dha-Ti- Dha-)--KiTaTaKa TiRiKiTaNaGaDhit Ka-Ran-Dha-Ti | > x Dha >
|"This is a relatively simple Uthan but the bol "TiRiKiTaNaGaDhit" is a little bit 'Tera' (crooked) so it's kind of difficult at first. I don't know but it sounds a little "Kathaki" to me. The bols in parentheses are fillers for the Uthan so they're not needed but advised to confuse the listener. And the > sign means to put emphasis on these (obviously you will since it's the mark of the Tihai)." - Sajjad Chowdhry
"Ta-Ran- is ring finger on chanti and then index finger on chanti." - Sajjad Chowdhry
This composition is traditional, taken from the book 'Taal Ahang' by Pervez Paras.
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