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Chella's Musings: *^* South Indian Classical Dance *^* Bharata Natyam *^*

Chella's Musings: *^* South Indian Classical Dance *^* Bharata Natyam *^*

Let's catch a show.     There are eight Indian classical dance styles: Bharatanatyam (Tamil Nadu), Kathak (North India), Kathakali (Kerala), Kuchipudi (Andhra Pradesh), Manipuri (Manipur), Mohiniyattam (Kerala), Odissi (Orissa), and Sattriya (Assam).    #ridecolorfully

Let's catch a show. There are eight Indian classical dance styles: Bharatanatyam (Tamil Nadu), Kathak (North India), Kathakali (Kerala), Kuchipudi (Andhra Pradesh), Manipuri (Manipur), Mohiniyattam (Kerala), Odissi (Orissa), and Sattriya (Assam). #ridecolorfully

Bharathanatyam - Southern India's Classical Dance Forms. And my first love..:)

Bharathanatyam - Southern India's Classical Dance Forms. And my first love..:)

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Odissi Dance-form, Orissa, India, is distinguished from other classical Indian dance forms by the importance it places upon the Tribhangi (three parts break), the independent movement of head, chest & pelvis & upon the basic square stance known as Chauka or Chouka that symbolizes Lord Jagannath. This dance is characterized by various Bhangas (common Stances are Bhanga, Abhanga, Atibhanga & Tribhanga), which involves stamping of the foot & striking various postures as seen in Indian…

Odissi Dance-form, Orissa, India, is distinguished from other classical Indian dance forms by the importance it places upon the Tribhangi (three parts break), the independent movement of head, chest & pelvis & upon the basic square stance known as Chauka or Chouka that symbolizes Lord Jagannath. This dance is characterized by various Bhangas (common Stances are Bhanga, Abhanga, Atibhanga & Tribhanga), which involves stamping of the foot & striking various postures as seen in Indian…

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