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The existence of 22 srutis of the
present day classical music was first
devised by whom?

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Asked by joyesh chakraborty, 14 Mar '13 03:01 pm
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Dathilam
Answered by Anil K Chugh, 14 Mar '13 03:26 pm

 
  
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Described by Bharata and Dattila
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 14 Mar '13 03:12 pm

 
  
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I think Narada Siksha is much ancient than Bharata's samhita.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 14 Mar '13 03:32 pm

 
  
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The term shruti in current practice of Carnatic music, has several meanings.[2] It is used by musicians in several contexts. For instance, the Tamil term "Oru kattai sruti" would mean that the tonic is set to the pitch C or the first key. The Telugu term "Sruti chesuko ( )" is a way to correspond with the accompanying artists to tune their instruments.
The term has also undergone a gross misunderstanding. In certain ragas, due to inflexions or gamakas on few of those 12 notes, listeners perceive a sharpened or flattened version of an existing note.[3] Some scholars have attempted to fit such perceived new tones into the non-contextual Bharata's 22 shrutis, which lead to confusion and controversy over 22 shrutis. It was also wrongly attributed to Bharata, who proposed shruti in a completely different context.
There is scientific evidence that shows that these intermediate tones perceived in the contemporary rendition of a raga does not hint at the existence of 22 shrutis. The number 2 ...more
Source: From Wikipedia
Answered by Farhaan, 14 Mar '13 03:20 pm

 
  
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Salil chowdhary
Answered by Manoj Joshi, 14 Mar '13 03:13 pm

 
  
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No idea. Had only listened the music, never researched it.
Answered by san, 14 Mar '13 03:05 pm

 
  
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