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Presamtstion 3 para

  1. 1. INDIAN POETICS – Rasa Theory<br />Prepared by:<br />Name: Italiya Kinjal B.<br />Roll No:- 10,<br />M.A. Sem-II<br />
  2. 2. The Natyasastra identifies eight rasas with eight corresponding Bhava (mood):<br />Rati (Love) <br />Hasya (Mirth) <br />Soka (Sorrow) <br />Krodha(Anger) <br />Utsaha (Energy) <br />Bhaya (Terror) <br />Jugupsa (Disgust) <br />Vismaya (Astonishment) <br />Śṛngāram (शृङ्गारं) <br />Hāsyam (हास्यं) Raudram (रौद्रं) Kāruṇyam (कारुण्यं) Bībhatsam (बीभत्सं) Bhayānakam (भयानकं) Vīram (वीरं)<br /> Adbhutam (अद्भुतं) Abhinavagupta :- Śāntam<br />Vātsalya (वात्सल्य) Bhakti (भक्ति) <br /><ul><li>The Rasas in the Performing Arts</li></li></ul><li>  <br />Hāsyam (हास्यं) Laughter, Mirth, Comedy. Presiding deity: Pramata. Colour: white. <br />
  3. 3. Adbhutam (अद्भुतं) Wonder, Amazement. Presiding deity: Brahma. Colour: yellow <br />[edit] Navarasa<br />Vīram (वीरं) Heroic mood. Presiding deity: Indra. Colour: yellowish <br />
  4. 4. Śṛngāram (शृङ्गारं) Love, Attractiveness. Presiding deity: Vishnu. Colour: light green. <br />Kāruṇyam(कारुण्यं) Compassion, Mercy. Presiding deity: Yama. Colour: grey. <br />
  5. 5. Bhayānakam (भयानकं) Horror, Terror. Presiding deity: Kala. Colour: blac<br />Bībhatsam (बीभत्सं) Disgust, Aversion. Presiding deity: Shiva. Colour: blue <br />
  6. 6. Śāntam Peace or tranquility. deity: Vishnu. Colour: blue<br />Vātsalya(वात्सल्य) Parental Love <br />Bhakti(भक्ति) Spiritual Devotion <br />
  7. 7. ] Influence on cinema<br />In the Rasa method, empathetic "emotions are conveyed by the performer and thus felt by the audience," in contrast to the Western Stanislavski method where the actor must become "a living, breathing embodiment of a character" rather than "simply conveying emotion.”<br />Thank’s to Baradsir<br />Stalion.com<br />

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