Please help improve the article by providing more context for the reader. Setting the Chala sitar in the Madhyamagrama by lowering the Pa note by one Pramana Shruti is the first part of the first Sarana. Now we can measure the sruti value and hence provide 22 frets starting from the 5th sruti of second note "Re". Here we find when asked to play both the instruments, then the Ga note of Chala sitar will exactly match in tune or rather merge with the Re note of the Achala sitar, and the Ni note of Chala instrument merges with the Dha note of the Achala sitar. The assumption here which needs to be made to realize Bharata Muni's shruti of first datum note being the sound of free string Sa, requires the assumption of 4 virtual shruties of Sa which are actually obtained in the higher octave after Ni. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The next part is to sound the Chala sitar to Shadjagrama tune. Now the difference in both the instruments set in Shadjagrama is of 3 Pramana Shruti values.
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