· jhālā jhālā f. = jhalā, a cricket W. jhāli jhāli f. sour or unripe mango fried with salt, mustard, and Asa foetida Bhpr. v, 11, jhāvu jhāvu m. Tamarix indica L. ≫ jhāvuka jhāvuka m ⋙ jhāvū jhāḍvū f. id. L. jhiṅgāka jhiṅgāka m. Luffa acutang. L. jhiṅginī jhiṅginī = gī Bhpr. • a torch L. ≫ jhiṅgī.
Hindi झाला (jhālā) (music) In Hindustani classical music, the fast-paced conclusion of a raga, often characterized by the overwhelming of the melodic component by the rhythmic component. Back to Top. Notable Persons Named Jhala. Jhala Nath Khanal Jhala Nath Khanal is a Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
anthropological study of Jhālā Rājpūt society in western India, against a historical background, – A.D. Harvard University. Kothiyal, Tanuja (). Nomadic Narratives: A History of Mobility and Identity in the Great Indian Desert. Cambridge University Press.
This includes how to develop the melodic material in the improvised ālāp (with optional joṛ and jhālā sections), and the part composed part improvised slow, medium and fast gat sections, with optional jhālā to finish. Instructions to play any of these rāgas in a duet or .
The ālāp(-joṛ-jhālā) is followed by one or two gat sections – each with a regular pulse and tāla (rhythmic cycle), and in a kind of loose ritornello form. They use a pre-selected melody that keeps returning, interspersed with episodes of ever-more-exciting improvisation, becoming fast and furious, energetic and rhythmically thrilling.
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