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Shivadhyanam

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This is very nice Paran I love playing. It is a very good practice for more advanced Parans that have similar sequence of bols (at least the first three lines). Dhas and Ta's are played on the sur and the na in the tihai is a ne. Don't hold back on the power and see if you can play up to 150/155 bpm or double that depending on your lehara speed preferences. Enjoy.

Dhage  Tete   Tage      Tete   Dhage   Tete     Tage     Tete
KreDha Tete   Dhage   Tete   KreDha  Tete    Dhage   Tete
KreDha Tete   KreDha  Tete   KreDha Tete     Dhage  Tete
Dhet     Dhet  Terakita Dhet  Dhete    Dhete  Dhage  Tete
Dhet     Dhet  Tagen    -na    Dha       --        Dhet    Dhet 
Tagen    - na   Dha      --      Dhet      Dhet    Tagen   -na
Dha x
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dhatitdha

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Wonderful Paran, thanks for sharing.

I have translated it in my software and posted on my site.
You can play it with different scales and tempo, please check this link

http://vishwamohini.com/music/music.php?id=674
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