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Hi. I was going through the thread on chatusra thisram and came across the terms 'gati' and ' nadai ' being used differently. Earlier, I was of the opinion that both convey the same meaning. Can someone explain the difference, if any?
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- Joined: 03 Feb 2010, 00:01
There may be two schools of thoughts on this and definitely many schools of confusions but for all practical purposes, they are used interchangeably. We will leave it at that.
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Good idea, VK: saves a lot of brain pain!
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- Joined: 03 Feb 2010, 13:33
Er, to my mind they are distinct things. Gati is tempo (indeed the word "gati" means speed). I've heard "taala gati" being used. Nadai signifies the number of "matras" (pulses) per beat.
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