Ugabhoga

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The term ugabhoga[1] refers to a type of vocal piece in Carnatic music, in which the artist elaborates the treatment of raga characteristics through freestyle verses (typically in the Kannada language) with or without tala.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kannada Chapter, Medieval Indian Literature, An Anthology (1997) by Shiva Prakash H.S., edited by Ayyappapanicker, Sahitya Akademi ISBN 81-260-0365-0