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A "Tha Ki Ta" Sadhakam (ത ക ട സധക) or the three beat Sadhakam starts with an "Onnam Kaalam" (ഒന്ന കല) or the first degree of geometric speed. Which is the "thalam" (തള) or the basic rhythm throughout the Percussion performance (melam). Once the "Onnam Kaalam" is practiced the students learn to exercise the "Randam Kaalam" (രണ്ട കല) or the second degrees of geometric speed, then the "Muunaam Kaalam" (മൂന കല) or the third degrees of geometric speed and so on.


For a "Tha Ki Ta" Sadhakam the "Onnam Kaalam" is 3 beats in a geometric speed. So the "Randam Kaalam" (രണ്ട കല) beats would be multiple of "Onnam Kaalam", 6 beats. "Muunaam Kaalam" (മൂന കല) would be multiple of "Randam Kaalam", 12 beats, "Naalam Kaalam" (നല കല) would be 24 beats and so on. While doing a "Randam Kaalam", 6 beats should finish by the time taken for the 3 beats of "Onnam Kaalam". Similarly the "Muunaam Kaalam" (12 beats) should finish by the time taken for the 3 beats of "Onnam Kaalam". For a "Naalam Kaalam", 24 beats should finish by the time taken for the "Onnam Kaalam". That is the reason the "Onnam Kaalam" is called the "thalam" (തള) or the basic rhythm (time taken to complete a cycle of beats, here for "Tha Ki Ta", 3 beats).


"Kaalam" (കല) is a degree of geometric speed. A "Kalam" starts with an "Onnam Kaalam" (ഒന്ന കല) or the first degree of geometric speed. Which is the "thalam" (തള) or the basic rhythm throughout the percussion performance (melam). Once the "Onnam Kaalam" is practiced the students learn to exercise the "Randam Kaalam" (രണ്ട കല) or the second degrees of geometric speed, then the "Moonnaam Kaalam" (മൂന്ന കല) or the third degrees of geometric speed Then the "Naalam Kaalam" or the fourth degree of geometric speed and so on. Depending up on the practice and experience a Chenda performer can perform in 7, 8, 9 or even 10 "Kaalam".


The time to complete one "Kaalam" is called the "Thalavattam" (തളവട്ട) and the "Onnam Kaalam" (ഒന്ന കല) is called the "thalam" (തള) or the basic rhythm of the whole percussion performance.


Hi,I am Menon living in Mumbai and is 73 years.I love music,sing film/drama songs on Karoke.Many time,I miss the thalam.Therefore I started learning Thalam,Ragam and sruti.Your explanation of 35 thalas are very much informative and I appreciate.Have you published panch jati Thalas in all speed.If so,please guide me how to find.Once again thanks.menonpnkmr+919820155832[email protected]


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