This gorgeous tintälá Chakradär was taught by Feroz Khan of Punjab to Jnan Prakash Ghosh of Kolkata in the 1950s. The phrase “Dhikite Täkite Täkite Dhä – Ná ” can be played three different ways according to Feroz Khan. I prefer the first one. You are free to choose any one of them.
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The following composition is a Chakradär for tintälá. I learned this composition from one of my teachers, Jnan Prakash Ghosh, who learned it from Feroz Khan of Punjab. The name of the composer can not be determined.