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In Carnatic music: the second section or theme of a composition, following the pallavi and usually at a higher pitch.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in Charles Russell Day (1860–1900). Either from Kannada anupallavi or from Telugu anupallavi, both from Sanskrit anupallavī from anu- after, subsequent + pallavī.
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