TattiMetti Adavu Second step

May 6th, 2008 by Anjali

The second step is very similar to the first one. Read the explanation and I am sure this will be easier for you to understand. The Bols are Tat Tai Ta Ha Dhit Tai Ta Ha. Watch the video of the second step here.

1. Be in Ardhamandala with hands held in Tripataka gesture close to the chest.

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2. Now Tap the right leg. Right hand in the above position ie Tripataka close to the chest. Say Tat.

3. Then tap the left leg. Hands in the same above position. Say Tai.

4. Again tap the right leg. Right hand is stretched out with Tripataka facing up and the left hand is close to the chest in Tripataka facing down. Ta.

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5.Then tap the left leg. Bring back the right hand close to the chest with Tripataka facing down and left hand is stretched out with Tripataka facing up. Say Ha.

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6. Now jump on the toes. Hand position is same as above. Give a slight pushing movement with the right elbow while you jump. It is as if striking with the Elbow. Say Dhit.

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7. Tap the right leg while the heels of the left foot is still raised. Hands being in the same position, only turn the left palm down (ie Tripataka facing down) and right palm facing up close to the chest. (ie Tripataka facing up). Say Tai.

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8. Again jump on the toes. Hand position is same as 6 above. Again a slight pushing movement with the right elbow while you jump. Say Ta.

9. Lastly tap the right leg while the heels of the left foot is still raised. Hands being in the same position,(like 7 above) only turn the left palm down (ie Tripataka facing down) and right palm facing up close to the chest. (ie Tripataka facing up. Say Ha.

One set of Tat Tat Ta Ha Dhit Tai Ta Ha completes the right hand side. Similarly mirror the above steps for the left hand side aswell.

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  • 1 sunil Aug 31, 2008 at 8:42 pm

    I have learned a lot from your videos. Thank you very much madam.

  • 2 Anjali Sep 2, 2008 at 5:42 am

    Hey Sunil, I am glad to know that. Thank you.