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  • By: Rachel Phillips
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  • CClassical FFolk MModern BBollywood
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  • Abhinaya Angika Vachikabhinaya Aharyabhinaya Satvikabhinaya Navarasas
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  • Hasya (happiness) Krodha (anger) Bhibasta (disgust) Bhayanaka (fear) Shoka (sorrow) Veera (courage) Karuna (compassion) Adbhuta (wonder) Shanta (serenity)
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  • Bharatanatyam - Tamil Classical Dance Bharatanatyam Odissi - Oriya Classical dance Odissi Kuchipudi - Telugu Classical dance Kuchipudi Manipuri - Manipuri Classical Dance Manipuri Mohiniaattam - Malayali Classical Dance Mohiniaattam Sattriya - Assamese Classical Dance Sattriya Kathakali - Malayali Classical Dance Kathakali Kathak - Hindi Classical Dance Kathak
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  • Originating in Tamil Nadu, India One of the oldest classical dance forms in India A.K.A. the 5 th Veda Usually accompanied by Indian Classical music Known for: grace, purity, tenderness, and sculpture-like poses Break down of name: BHA-Bhava(expression), RA-Raga (music), and TA-Tala(Rhythm) One of the most popular dance forms preformed around the world!
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  • Bharatanatyam proper is a solo dance consisting of 2 main aspects:lasya- the feminine aspects consisting of gracefulness and long lines and tandava ananda thandavam(Tamil)(Dance of Shiva)- masculine aspect. Both aspects create an example of the yin and yang beliefs in china. Costumes: Costumes vary- some are very traditional and restricting while others are not at all restricting. Three fans of differing heights that form the illusion of the spreading pleats of a sari
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  • Originates from state of Orissa (E. India) the oldest surviving dance form of India on the basis of archaeological evidences Tribhangi movements: head, chest, pelvis Everything is based around square stance known as: chauka
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  • Costumes: the tikka (forehead ornament), allaka (head piece on which the tikka hangs), unique ear covers in intricate shapes, usually depicting a peacocks feathers, with jimkis (bell shaped earrings) hanging from them, two necklaces- a smaller necklace worn close to the neck and a longer necklace with a hanging pendant, and two sets of bangles worn on the upper arm and wrist.
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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbboaq1a0Rs
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  • Originated in Andhra Pradesh, India Village named itself after Kuchipudi Starts with the performer introducing mood, and character Shares many common elements with Bharatanatyam Movements are quick Different branches of Kuchipudi Costumes: similar to those of Bharatanatyam. Although typically only one fan which tends to be longer than the longest of the three fans present on Bharatanatyam dresses. gh there is
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  • Originates from state Manipur (NE India) delicate, lyrical and graceful movements Rounded movements; avoid jerks feet are neither put down nor lifted up at the precise rhythmic points of the music but rather slightly earlier or later to express the same rhythmic points most effectively. Accompaniment: singing, percussion Lyrics from the classical poetry of Jayadeva, Vidyapati, Chandidas, Govindadas or Gyandas and may be in Sanskrit, Maithili, Brij Bhasha, etc.JayadevaVidyapati ChandidasGovindadasSanskrit MaithiliBrij Bhasha Skirt they wear is based on the one Maharaja Bhagya Chandra(1763-1798) saw in his dream."
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  • South Indian Dance Graceful dance meant to be performed as a solo by a woman "Mohiniyattam" literally means "dance of the enchantress Vishnu Costumes: white sari embroidered with bright golden brocade
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  • Sattriya has remained a living tradition since its creation by the Assamese Vaishnav saint Srimanta Sankardeva, in 15th centurySrimanta Sankardeva Based on mythology Traditionally only performed by monks in monasteries in their daily rituals
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  • Kathakali is a highly stylized classical Indian dance-drama noted for its attractive make-up of characters, their elaborate costumes, detailed gestures and well-defined body movements presented in tune with the anchor playback music and complementary percussion.Indiandancedrama Originated in state of Kerala Usually conducted at night early morning International Centre for Kathakali
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  • Originated in N. India traces its origins to the nomadic bards of ancient northern India, known as Kathaks, or storytellers. Mythology Pure Dance (Nritta) Expressive Dance (Nritya)
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