Described by Rajan Parrikar as “an uncommon Kanada variety on which there prevails no consensus”. Formed by “introduc[ing] a shuddha Dha into the Adana stream” (e.g. Ramrang’s rendition) – although “the Agra-Atrauli edition comes in a different flavour, involving…a recurring phrase RmRP” (e.g. Sharafat Hussain Khan). Seemingly unrecorded by non-vocalists
—Kishori Amonkar (1984)—
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