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Published on Oct 24, 2013
This lesson introduces the concept of cyclic sets. A cyclic set uses more than one cycle to complete it's form. Prakār 3 has two full cycles of eight matras to complete it's rhythmic form. To learn the cyclic set, the avartan method is used. In this method, each avartan (cycle) is studied independently. Afterwards, all of the avartans are fused together to produce the cycle.
The bols are
Cycle 1: dhin - tā dhā ti - tā tā Cycle 2: kat - tā dhā ti - dhā tā
If you pay close attention to the dayan side, it is the same pattern as that of Drut Kahervā Prakār 1. It can be said to be a cyclic set of Drut Kahervā Prakār 1, although it is NOT the only possibility.