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Bharatanatyam

Poorva Nirmal Monday, June 7, 2021
Bharatanatyam

Dance is not merely a body movement, but poetry in motion. Yes, Bharatanatyam is one kind of traditional indian dance originated from tamilnadu , 2000 years old. “bha” from bhava “ra” from raga “ta” from taala and “natyam” . it is a mixed delights of mudras and postures, songs and steps, which is a magical blend of expressions, melody and rhythm. Bharatanatyam originated in the temples of Tamil Nadu as a part of ceremonial worship. It was reconstructed as a performing art for the stage during the last century , particularly during the period 1920-1960. The defining feature of Bharatanatyam is the alternation between dramatic expression, or abhinaya, and crisp, fast-paced , pure dance movements. There are three elements called Nritta, Nritya and Natya . nritta emphasis on pure dance movement, creating patterns in space and time, mostly along straight lines, triangles, circles/ semi circles without any specific intention. Nritya is a combination of rhythm and expression. Natya is dramatic element. It is nothing but performing a theme like Ramayana, Mahabharata. The entire movement makes the body flexible and mind active. It increases the concentration thus giving physical and moral strength to our body. It teaches discipline, unity and patience. Practise, strong determination, patience , dedication is very important during your learning process.

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