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  • 1. DanceDance is rhythmic expression of thoughts through body movements
  • 2. • Dance may also be regarded as a form of nonverbal communication between humans, and is also performed by other animals (bee dance, patterns of behavior such as a mating dance
  • 3. • Definitions of what constitutes dance are dependent on social, cultural, aesthetic, artistic and moral constraints and range from functional movement (such as folk dance) to virtuoso techniques such as ballet. Dance can be participatory, social or performed for an audience. It can also be ceremonial, competitive or erotic. Dance movements may be without significance in themselves, such as in ballet or European folk dance, or have a gestural vocabulary/symbolic system as in many Asian dances. Dance can embody or express ideas, emotions or tell a story.
  • 4. Indian dances• Dance in India covers a wide range of dance and dance theatre forms, from the ancient classical or temple dance to folk and modern styles.
  • 5. Major classical dance• Bharatanatyam• Odissi• Kuchipudi• Manipuri• Mohiniattam• Sattriya• Kathak• Kathakali
  • 6. Bharatnatyam• BHA- Bhava (Expression), RA- Raga (Music) and TA- Tala (Rhythm) Bharatanatyam is a traditional dance-form known for its grace, purity, tenderness, and sculpturesque poses.
  • 7. • Bharatanatyam proper is a solo dance, with two aspects, lasya, the graceful feminine lines and movements, and tandava Ananda Thandavam (Tamil) (the dance of Shiva), masculine aspect, which is identical to the Yin and Yang in the Chinese culture.
  • 8. Ardhnarishwar • Both the aspects of Indian classical dance LASYA AND TANDVA REPRESENTS masculinity and feminine characteristics. just like representation of Ardhnarishwar .
  • 9. • In Shiva is said to have been revealed both faces of dance - lasya and tandava, of which all subsequent dance forms were offshoots. Lasya, the dance of aesthetic delight revealed beauty, grace, love and all tender aspects of existence
  • 10. • The term lasya, in the context of Hindu mythology, describes an extremely feminine, graceful and fluid type of dance that the goddess Parvati performed. It was as a response to the male energy of the cosmic dance of Tandava performed by Shiva,
  • 11. KUCHIPUDI
  • 12. • The movements in Kuchipudi are quicksilver and scintillating, rounded and fleet-footed. Performed to classical Carnatic music, it shares many common elements with Bharatanatyam. In its solo exposition Kuchipudi numbers include jatiswaram and tillana whereas in nritya it has several lyrical compositions reflecting the desire of a devotee to merge with God - symbolically the union of the soul with the super soul
  • 13. MANIPURI DANCE
  • 14. • The cult of Radha and Krishna, particularly the raslila, is central to its themes but the dances, unusually, incorporate the characteristic cymbals (kartal or manjira) and double-headed drum (pung or Manipuri mridang) of sankirtan into the visual performance
  • 15. The traditional Manipuri dance style embodies delicate, lyrical andgraceful movements. The aim is to make rounded movements and avoidany jerks, sharp edges or straight lines. It is this which gives Manipuridance its undulating and soft appearance.
  • 16. • The musical accompaniment for Manipuri dance comes from a percussion instrument called the Pung, a singer, small cymbals, a stringed instrument called the pena and wind instrument such as a flute. The drummers are always male artistes and, after learning to play the pung, students are trained to dance with it while drumming. This dance is known as Pung cholom. The lyrics used in Manipuri are usually from the classical poetry of Jayadeva, Vidyapati, Chandidas, Govindadas or Gyandas and may be in Sanskrit
  • 17. Made by laxman singhFor teaching student of noida Masters and bachelores flaxman12@gmail.com

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