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Khol (Mrdanga) Lesson 29: Practice Kīrtana 6: Jaya Radha Madhava

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Published on Jan 7, 2016

This lesson discusses a bhajan, Jaya Radha Madhava, that's typically chanted before Bhagavad Gita or Srimad Bhagavatam class. Because there are a variety of ways and tunes that this bhajan may be sung in, two variations are featured in this video. The first variation is the way Srila Prabhupada sang it. The second variation contains the word "jaya" in front of each of the lines of this bhajan.

Mridanga accompaniment is generally Prabhupada tala for the first iteration of the bhajan. When going back to the refrain (jaya radha madhava), madhya lay Kaherva tala or even drut kaherva tala may be used.

With Srila Prabhupada's style of singing this bhajan, the yamuna tira vana cari to jaya radha madhava line requires a special rhythmic element of twelve beats of Prabhupada tala followed by the eight beats of Mukhra 1.

dhā – ti tā tā rati rati tā ki tiki tāghe dhā titā kiti dhā titā kiti dhā titā kiti.

LYRICS: http://kksongs.org/songs/j/jayaradham...

AUDIO CLIPS:
Srila Prabhupada's style: http://kksongs.org/khol/lehras/Lesson...

Second practice clip: http://kksongs.org/khol/lehras/Lesson...

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