Scholars have classified Yakshgaana broadly into two types.
- Moodalopaya Yakshagana includes eastern maidan areas of Karnataka such as Channarayapattna and Arsikere Taluks of Hassan District, Nagamangala Taluk of Mandya District, Turuvekere Taluk of Tumkur District, Hiriyuru, Challakere of Chitradurga District and North Karnataka.
- Paduvlopaya Yakshagana comprises the Western parts of extended Karnataka, including Kasaragod dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Uttara Kannada.
Paduvalopaya Yakshagaana is divided into three variations
- Tenkutittu ( includes areas Kasaragod (Kerala), Manalore District, Udupi, Sampaaje, Sulliya, Puttur, Bantwala, Belthangady, Karkala etc.)
- Badagutittu (Udupi to Kundapura area, Uttara Kannada district)
- Badabadagutittu/Uttara Kannadatittu (extreme north parts of Uttara Kannada)
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