Each variations are written in full but also in a "short cut" way. This will explain by itself the way it was thought of and will help memorise the variation. Before playing the variations make sure you can play the theme itself in a fluent manner. Before going onto the next variation, make sure you can play the previous one in a fluent manner.
dh� tirakita/dh� ge n�/dh� ge tin/n� ke n� t� tirakita/dh� ge n�/dh� ge dhin/n� ge n�
1. (dh� tirakita/dh� ge n�) x2 + th
dh� tirakita/dh� ge n�/dh� tirakita/dh� ge n� dh� tirakita/dh� ge n�/dh� ge tin/n� ke n� t� tirakita/t� ke n�/t� tirakita/t� ke n� dh� tirakita/dh� ge n�/dh� ge dhin/n� ge n�
The kaida you're sharing is essentially the same as the first composition I was ever taught! I should dredge it up and see how it compares to the version I was taught. Here's a similar one in duple rather than triplets. I'll throw together some variations.
Dha trkt Dha TiDha GheNa DhaTi Dhaghe Tina Kena Ta trkt Ta TiTa KeNa DhaTi DhaGhe Dhina Ghena
(Dha trkt Dha TiDha GheNa)x3 DhaTi Dhaghe Tina Kena Khali...
Dha trkt Dha TiDha GheNa DhaTi DhaGhe NaDha GheNa (Theme, then khali)
Dha trkt Dha TiDha GheNa DhaGhe NaDha TiDha GheNa (Theme, khali)
Dha trkt Dha trkt DhaTi GheNa DhaGhe TinaKena (Theme, Khali)
Dha trkt Dha TiDha GheNa trkt Dha GheNa Dha trkt (Theme, Khali)
Great ! Thank you for your contribution. This is a fun ka�da to play. This ka�da can also be part of a longer one by simply inverting the first two phrases ("dh� tirakita" and "dh� ti dh� ge n�") :
dh� ti dh� ge/n� dh� tirakita/dh� ti dh� ge/dhin n� ge n� dh� tirakita dh�/ti dh� ge n�/dh� ti dh� ge/tin n� ke n� t� ti t� ke/n� t� tirakita/t� ti t� ke/tin n� ke n� dh� tirakita dh�/ti dh� ge n�/dh� ti dh� ge/dhin n� ge n�
Note the somewhat short khali section in the theme. Then after a tihai he plays the same thing again but using "KiteTaKa" or "kttk" instead of trkt for a stronger effect. From what I understand this is a very famous kaida, but my teacher hasn't taught it to me so far. But he has shown me very similar kaidas. I've also heard this one:
DhaTi DhaGhe NaDha trkt DhaTi DhaGhe Dhina Ghena kttk trkt tkTa trkt DhaTi DhaGhe Tina Kena TaTi TaKe NaTa trkt TaTi TaKe Tina Kena kttk trkt tkTa trkt DhaTi DhaGhe Dhina Ghena
This last ka�da you wrote is an interesting one. Sort of a mix with a rela� Great ! I suppose we can also replace "kttk trkt tkt�" by "trkt tktr ktt�".
An other version of what brought us here is simply to replace "tirakita" by silence. I heard this ka�da many times and it gives a nice contour and a place to make kind of a glissando (from lower to higher sound) on the bayan. Here it is :
dh� - - dh�/ti dh� ge n�/dh� ti dh� ge/dhin n� ge n� dh� tirakita dh�/ti dh� ge n�/dh� ti dh� ge/tin n� ke n� t� - - t�/ti t� ke n�/t� ti t� ke/ tin n� ke n� dh� tirakita dh�/ti dh� ge n�/dh� ti dh� ge/dhin n� ge n�