Eleonora Levanskaya. Asamyuta Hastas. Below are descriptions and main meanings of each hasta. Usages: This hasta is used to describe clouds, forest, river; to open a door, to beat; it is used in Natyarambhe position the beginning of dance.
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This page describes the different hand gestures used in Bharathanatyam. Each of the hastas can be used to denote various thoughts, ideas and objects. There are various slokas verses from the ancient texts that enumerate the usage of the hastas.
These are called Viniyoga Slokas. Apart from the suggested viniyogas , the dancer may innovate, if found necessary, to convey the appropriate message to the audience.
Viniyoga Sloka Natyarambhae vaarivahae vanai vastu nishedhanae Kuchasthalae nishayam cha nadyam amaramandalae Turangae khandanae vayo shayanae gamanodyamae Pratapae cha prasadae cha chandrikayam Ghana tapae Kavaadapaatanae saptavibhaktyarthae tharangae Veedi praveshabhavepi samatvae cha angaragakae Aatmarthae shapathae chapae thooshnim bhava nidharshanae Thaalapatrae cha kheitae cha dravyadi sparshanae thatha Aashirvadaekriyayam cha nrupa sreshtasya Thatra Thatreti vachanae sindhyo cha sukruthikramae Sambhodhanae purogaepae khadgarupasya dharanae Masae samvathsarae varsha dinae sammarjanae thatha Yevamardhyeshu yujanthae pataaka hasta bhavanaha.
Viniyoga Sloka Pallavae phalakae theerae Ubhayorithivachakae Krakachae Churikayam cha dhwajae gopura shringayoho Yujyathae ardhapataakoyam Thathatkarmaprayogakae. Viniyoga Sloka Kusumaapachayae muktasrakdamnam dharanam Sharamadhyaakarshanam Nagavallipradhanam Kasturikaadivastunam peshana Gandhavasana Vachana Drushti yujyathae katakamukha karaha.
Viniyoga Sloka Yesha Chandrakalaa chandrakallayame Vyujyate. Viniyoga Sloka Phalae bilwa kapitha Sthrinam cha kutch kumbhayoh Avartakae kandukae sthalyam Bhojanae pushpa koraka Shakaraphala pushpavarsha Manjarikaadishu japakusuma Gantarupavidhanaka valmika Kamala Anda Ethi padmakoshayo karaha. Viniyoga Sloka Kastooryam kinchidapyarthae Swarnataamraadi lohakae Aardrae khede rasaaswasae lochanae varnabhedakae Pramanae sarasae mandhagamanae shakaleekrutae Aasanae ghruta tailadao yujyatae chaturakaraha.
Viniyoga Sloka Mangalyasutra bandhechapyupadesha Vinishchayae Romanchae mouktikadoucha Chitrasamlekhanae thatha Damshathua jalabindoucha Deepavartiprasaranae Nikashae shodhanae mallikadou cha Rekhavalekhanae malayaamvahanae Sohambhavanayancha Roopakae Naasteetivachanechapi Nikashanamchabhavane Krutakrutyepi Hamsasyaha Eerito Bharatagame. Viniyoga Sloka Kumudae bhojanae Panchabanae mudradi dharanae Nabhao cha kadalipushpae Yujyathae mukula karaha.
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One of the most striking features of Indian classical dance is the use of hand gestures. The Abhinaya Darpa a descriptive primer for dancers mentions that the dancer should sing the song by the throat, express the meaning of the song through hand gestures, show the state of feelings in the song by eyes, and express the rhythm with his or her feet. From the Natya Shastra, a text on the arts, this beautiful quotation and translation is often quoted by Indian classical dance instructors:. So vast are the subtleties expressed in the hand gestures of hasta that the vastness of what being human entails, and perhaps even what the entire universe contains, might be expressed by the dancer. Hence as 'hasta' form a distinct coded language which brings a unique poetic element while performing, so too when abhinaya traditional facial expressions , pose attitude , and rhythm complete the language, the dancer may express practically anything and everything to an attentive audience. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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