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balbirh

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Can someone please help me

What taal and bols is being played in the bhajan RAM KE SHUBH NAAM SE
http://www.totalbhakti.com/bhajans.php?play=979&startPostion=60&tags=Se&visit=visit

Thank you very much
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Tablaseek

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Dha TeTe DhaDha TeTe
Dha TunTun NanaTete NanaTete

It is a beautiful song.
I think it something very close to the above. Perhaps, you may get suggestions from others.

Cheers
Tablaseek
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ram

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I believe it is deepchandi (14 Matras), base taal

Dha Dhin S Dha Dha Dhin S
Ta Tin S Ta S Ta S

(S) is silent matra
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Tablaseek

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Hi,
Yes, Ram is correct. I forgot to mention that it is A Deepchandi (14 matras),.

His base taal is also correct. I was trying to work out the actual bol that is played in that clip.
It is very close to what I have given. If you are not experienced, instead of NanaTete NanaTete, you can play Tak Tak.

That is
Dha TeTe DhaDha TeTe
Dha TunTun Tak Tak

Tak = Ta + a faint ke

Once you get experienced after practising, you can replace Tak with NanaTete.

Cheers
Tablaseek
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balbirh

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Thank you gentlemen for your replies.
Seems like a difficult taal with uneven spacings.
Needs a bit ( lots i think) of practice
Thank you
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Kran

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You might want to just start with a standard Deepchandi theka:

dha dhin - dha dha tin -
ta tin - dha dha dhin -

Each bol and each dash here is one matra, so each line is has a 3-4 division. Not really so difficult, you just need to learn clearly where the gaps are.

Once you get that in your head the variations you're hearing in the piece will be easy to pick up.

By the way, this tal is also referred to as Chachar.
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