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List of Carnatic music treatises

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List of Carnatic music treatises

These are books on Carnatic music considered authoritative and necessary for a serious study of Carnatic music and its evolution. Most of them are in Sanskrit, and some even date from before the Christian era. A list of them are available below.

  • Sangeetha Ratnakara - Sarangadeva
  • Sangeetha Sampradaya Pradarshini - Subbarama Dikshitar
  • Sangeetha Chandrikai - Manikka Mudaliar
  • Swaramela Kalanidhi - Ramamatya
  • Natya Shastra - Bharata Muni
  • Chaturdandi Prakasika - Venkatamakhin
  • Sangeetha Makaranda - Narada
  • Raga Vibodha - Somanatha
  • Raga Lakshana - Shahji
  • Sangeetha Sudha - Govinda Dikshitar
  • Sangeetha Swaraprastara Sagaramu - Nadamuni Pandithar
  • Sangraha Choodamani - Govindacharya
  • Sangeetha Sudhakara - Haripala Deva
  • Sangeethasara - Vidyaranya
  • Sri Tatwanidhi - Krishnaraja Wodeyar III (with iconography)
  • Swara Chudamani - Krishnaraja Wodeyar III
  • Sara Sangraha Bharata - Krishnaraja Wodeyar III (dance)
  • Sangeeta Kalpadrumam - Muthiah Bhagavatar
  • Geeta Gopala - Chikka Devaraja Wodeyar
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