Akumadugula Manambuchavadi Venkatasubbaiyya — was a Carnatic music composer. He composed the varnam Jalajakshi, in raga Hamsadhwani. He was a cousin and a direct student of the famous composer Tyagaraja. He was an accomplished singer and a renowned teacher. He was a scholar in Telugu and Sanskrit. He composed in Telugu Language.
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Hamsadhvani is also extensively used in Hindustani music and said to be borrowed into it from Carnatic music. It has become popular due to Amir Khan. Hamsadhvani does not contain madhyamam or dhaivatam. It is a pentatonic scale audava-audava ragam   in Carnatic music classification — audava meaning 'of 5'. The notes used in this scale are shadjam, chatushruti rishabham, antara gandharam, panchamam and kakali nishadam. In Hindustani music, it is associated with Bilaval thaat equivalent of Shankarabharanam. It is usually sung at the beginning of a performance.