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This "short line" isn't an adaequat article about "meend". - Not at all !! - Some aspects the editor should fill, recently the idiom "Gamaka". And please give an input about "meend" on it's own with a wider range of "(different) glidings from one note to another". Even some techniques about "Meend" should be mentioned here, not only referring the most known instrument worldwide, the Sitar - as an example Ravi Shankar or Nikhil Banerjee (both sitar legends) developed different styles. (Rec.:) In Vocals (different styles: Thumri, Khyal, Dhrupad) you can find the technique of "meend".) - As you can see, "meend" is a central figure for Indian Classical Music, both North Indian Classics and South Indian Classics. And therefore should be treated more carefully. Hope this input helps that way. --IMC-OnAir 12:46, 5 November 2007 (UTC)

Needs attentionEdit

I agree, this is a huge subject that isn't well treated here. I removed an unreferenced tag --- there is a reference --- but added an expert attention tag. - Smerdis of Tlön - killing the human spirit since 2003! 21:27, 6 August 2011 (UTC)

Hindi spellingEdit

Why are there two degree signs after the Hindi spelling? 173.89.236.187 (talk) 00:39, 21 August 2015 (UTC)