Tripadi (Kannada, Sanskrit lit. tri: three, pad or `adi`: feet) is a metre in the Kannada language dating back to c. 700 CE. ==Example== A well-known example of the tripadi is the third stanza in the inscription of Kappe Arabhatta (here the symbol | denotes the end of a line, and ||, the end of the tripadi): {quotation|Sādhuge1a Sādhu1b mādhu.....
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(from the article `South Asian arts`) The folk tripadi (`three-line verse`) of Sarvajña (1700?) is a household word for wit and wisdom, like the Kua in Tamil (see above Eighteen Ethical ...
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