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sikhman

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Hello Friends,

I was reading old archive discussion and came across this gat written by user. Is this the full gat?


Dha terikitaka Dha terikitaka Dha terikitaka Dha terikitaka
Tun na ketanake Tun na ketanake Tun na ketanake Tun na ketanake
Taka terikitataka Taka terikitataka Taka terikitataka Taka terikitataka
Dhe re Dhe re kitataka Dhe re Dhe re kitataka Dhe re Dhe re kitataka Dhe re Dhe re kitataka

Ref: http://forums.chandrakantha.com/archives/1/0432.html
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Brenny

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Dha terikitaka Dha terikitaka Dha terikitaka Dha terikitaka
Tun na ketanake Tun na ketanake Tun na ketanake Tun na ketanake
Taka terikitataka Taka terikitataka Taka terikitataka Taka terikitataka
Dhe re Dhe re kitataka Dhe re Dhe re kitataka Dhe re Dhe re kitataka Dhe re Dhe re kitataka
Hi there,
That might have been from me. I got the Chatuspati gat from Kumar Bose (altho I have received it from other teachers prior as well) while I studied with him in Calcutta in 2003.

So the way he showed it to me was

Dha te ri ki ta ta ka x4
Ta ka te ri ki t ta ki x4
Dhe re dhe re ki ta ta ka x4
Tun na ke ra na ke x4.

With the variation of

dha te ri ki ta ta ka x2
dha dha dha dha dha te ri ki ta ta ka
ta ka te ri ki ta ta ka x2
ta ka ta ka ta ka ta ka ta ka te ri ki ta ta ka
dhe re dhe re ki ta ta ka x2
dhe re dhe re dhe re ki ta ta ka
tun na ke ra na ke x2
tun na tun na tun na ke ra na ke

It's great for hand position and was great for me in developing stamina.
It's a very basic gat and one of the earliest ones that is taught, but the reason for that is that it is so versatile and powerful.

There are also many relas that are developed out of it,
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