There may be multiple charanams in a composition which make up different stanzas, but in compositions that do not have an anupallavi, there often exists a samraashti charanam that combines both the anupallavi and charanam of the composition which directly follows the pallavi.
The charana swaras are grouped in four different ways:
- 1st - one tala cycle.
- 2nd - one tala cycle.
- 3rd - two long tala cycles
- 4th - four long tala cycles
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