Bedam Tihāi

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Bedam in this context means ‘non-stop’ or ‘without a pause’. Tihāi is a piece, sung or played thrice. It sets off the significance of the Sam because it is played non-stop. In tabla it is a thrice-executed bōl or paraṇ.


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