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alam123

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Na and Ne are totaly different. They could substitute each other though and some people do, but that would change the whole thing. Ne is played almost always after bols such as Dhin making it Dhinne or Ghin, making it Ghinne. In order to play Ne, just let your right hand's last three fingers fall on the siyahi as if you where to play Tak but not as loud.It's a 'closed sound' bol.
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Ok, this was what triggered this question initially. Fast forward to about 5:10
http://www.youtube.com/user/TablaWalaKC#p/a/u/0/DUhxJORD6P0
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Namaste all!

One interesting thing to note about the Punjab gharana, is that a lot of their kaidas use 'reverse tete', leading with the index finger first. For example, the first kaida on the video referenced above uses reverse tete. My friend who is studying Punjab gharana mostly said that this was a specialty of Ustad Allah Rakha.
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