Talk — September 29, 1972, Los Angeles

Indian Guest: What is the language? 

Devotee: The mantra [indistinct] the drum [indistinct]. Can you write it down for me. 

Prabhupāda: Tick tacka tina. 

Devotee: Tik? 

Prabhupāda: Tick tacka tina. 

Devotee: Tota kina? 

Devotee (2): Drik tata kina. 

Kṛṣṇa-kānti: I think I will do a mṛdaṅga lesson tape. 

Prabhupāda: Tick tacka tina. Tick tacka tina… Tick tacka tina Tick tacka tina. 

Svarūpa Dāmodara: Dhik? d h? 

Prabhupāda: Tick tacka tina. Tick tacka tina. Tick tacka tina. Tick tacka tina. 

Kṛṣṇa-kānti: I have a…I’m going to make up a mṛdaṅga lesson tape. We have already recorded one mṛdaṅga lesson and all of the recordings that you have made where you just play mṛdaṅga alone. Well I have those and I can just put those recordings with no music just mṛdaṅga. 

Prabhupāda: No simply mṛdaṅga [indistinct] 

Kṛṣṇa-kānti: Yea, then they practise and listen. Let’s see what I have. [end] 

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