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Tāṇḍava Lakṣaṇam, or, The fundamentals of ancient Hindu dancing
|Other titles||Tāṇḍava Lakṣaṇam, Fundamentals of ancient Hindu dancing|
|Statement||by Bijayeti Venkata Narayanaswami Naidu, and Pasupuleti Srinivasulu Naidu and Ongole Venkata Rangayya Pantulu.|
|Series||SAMP early 20th-century Indian books project ;, item 08947.|
|Contributions||Narayanaswami Naidu, Bijayeti Venkata, 1901-, Srinivasulu Naidu, Pasupuleti, b. 1895., Rangayya Pantulu, Ongole Venkata.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm BUL-ENG-418 (G)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 178 p.|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||97909264|
Dance is to move rhythmically to music, typically following a set sequence of steps. But for someone, it is worship, for someone it is an art, for someone it is an expression of emotions, for someone it is a symbol of happiness, for someone it is an entertainment, for someone it is a life. Indian classical dances are as diverse as Indian culture. In ancient times it was performed as "dasiattam" by mandir (Hindu temple) Devadasis. Many of the ancient sculptures in Hindu temples are based on Bharata Natyam dance postures karanas.
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About the Book. Tandava Laksanam or The Fundamentals of Ancient Hindu Dancing being a translation into English of the fourth chapter of Natyasastra of Bharata, with a glossary of the technical dance terms compiled from the eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh chapters of the same work, illustrated with original photographs of the sculptured dance poses in the Great Temple.
About the Book. TANDAVA LAKSANAM or The Fundamentals of Ancient Hindu Dancing being A Translation into English of the Fourth Chapter of Natya Sastra of Bharata, with a Glossary of the Technical Dance Terms compiled from the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Chapters of the same work, illustrated with Original Photographs of the Sculptured Dance Poses in the.
Get this from a library. Tāṇḍava Lakṣaṇam or, The fundamentals of ancient Hindu dancing; being a translation into English of the fourth chapter of the Nāṭya śāstra of Bharata, with a glossary of the technical dance terms and containing special appendices of aesthetic and archaeological interest.
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“TANDAVA LAKSANAM or FUNDAMENTALS OF ANCIENT HINDU DANCING” B V Narayanaswamy, P Srinivasulu Naidu and V Rangayya Panthulu "THANJAVUR QUARTETTE" ("PONNIAH MANI MAALAI" in Tamil) Price: Rs "THE ART OF KATHAKALI" Avinash C Pandeya Published by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Price: Rs.
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