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Published on Dec 24, 2013
A tod (pronounced "toad") is a mukhrā used to mark the end of the mridanga portion of a musical piece. Since tods mark the end, the main portion will be followed by a resolution beat the start of the next cycle.
This tod is common to kirtans. The bols are:
dhin - Tā dhin - Tā Tā - jhā
This video also reviews a bol, jhā, that was discussed earlier in lesson 4. Jhā is gha + slightly delayed tā.