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singhhh_ap

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क़ायदा - दिल्ली घराना
तीनताल १६ मात्रा

धातिटकिट धाधिना धाधाधिना धातित धाधाधिना
धातित S धातिटकित धाधा तिटकिट धातित धाधातिना |

तातिटकिट तातिना तातातिना तातित तातातिना
धातित S धातिटकित धाधा तिटकिट धातित धाधाधिना |
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Benarsidass

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For those who don't read Hindi:

Kayda - Dilli Gharana
Tintal 16 Beats:

dhatirakitadha | dhinnadhadha | dhinnadhatit | dhadhadhinna
dhatit–dha | tirakitadhadha | tirakitadhatit | dhadhatinna
tatirakitata | tinnatata | tinnatatit | tatatinna
dhatit–dha | tirakitadhadha | tirakitadhatit | dhadhadhinna

"tirakita" is 8-speed, while everything else is 4-speed.

I changed "dhi na" and "ti na" to "dhin na" and "tin na" for this kayda. That's how I learned and how I've seen it written in numerous books (this kayda is very well known). I've also seen "dha tin na" used is place of "dha dhin na" throughout the whole kayda except the last matra "dhadhadhinna".

Also, I just noticed the Hindi has "titakita" instead of "tirakita." These are the same strokes.
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proxmire

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What is the last stroke of the third part, "tit"? The first part of "tete"?
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Benarsidass

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Tit is just ti (middle finger in Delhi style), followed by a pause. Tit might also be stressed a little more than ti, depending on your teacher's interpretation.
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singhhh_ap

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Thanks Benarsidass! I am working on this Kayda and it has very interesting variations. And you are right on Titkit which is basically Tirkit. Per my teacher, the slow recitation should use Titkit and as we increase the speed then Tirkit.
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