Wednesday, 7 June 2017
108 Tandavas Poster
The Karana which is performed by the pushpaputa hands held on the left side with the Acrathalacancara foot and Sannatha side is called Thalapuspaputa.
The wrists are bent in vyavartita and parivartita hand and then caused to be rested on the thighs.
Vyavartita and Parivartita movement should be performed by Sukhatunda hands with the thigh bent gracefully.
The right hand in Sukatunda gesture is to be kept near the thigh whereas the left to be kept near the chest.
The karana samanakha is performed with the feet in sama and the hands in lata.
When the two pataka hands are held in Anjali gesture near the chest with the raised neck and the bent shoulder; it is Linam.
When the recita and the Aviddha hands end in svastika and then kept on the waist it is the Karana svastika recitam.
When the upward turned palms are taken round to end in svastika in the mandala position it is Mandalasvastikam.
When hands are moved up and down alternatively with the kuttita movement of the feet it is Nikuttita.
When the ancita hands are bent towards the shoulder and the body is half inclined, it is called Ardha Nikuttakam.
When the two pallava hands are held over the head and the hip is rotated in Chinna,it is the Karana Katichinnam.
When the sucimukha gesture is moved freely in the Sannata side of the body accompained by the Kuttita movement of the feet, it is Arda recita.
In the svastika formation of the legs the two hands are taken from the chest as recita and then brought to its original place.
The foot is to be ancita while the hands are to be recite.
When the hands and feet are held together in the svastika form it is called Svastikam.
Two arms are to be thrown up and down and end as
legs also end as svastika after observing apakranta and suci caries.
Turning sideways with the agratala feet to form the svastika feet and hands.
After doing Alata cari; the right hand is to be taken from the shoulder and the foot is finished in Urdhvajanu cari.
The svastika feet is to be separated with one hand placed at the navel and the other at the hip in the Udvahita side.
The left hand is to be near the chest while the right is thrown as recita.
Head and foot are to be thrown up and then down.
In the svestika formation of the legs the right hand is to show karihasta while the left to be near the chest.
In the Ardha svastika karana the karihasta is to perform vyavartita and parivartita movement and then bent upon the tip of the nose.
The kuncita foot is to be taken up to have an oblique formation of the thighs and the hip and the knee are turned according to the movement.
Kunchita foot is to be lifted up so that the knee is kept in the level of the chest. The movement of the hands should coincide the feet formation.
The foot to be taken as kuncita with the left hand bent near the side and the right held at the tip of the nose.
The right and the left foot are taken back in a whirling movement and the hands are moved in Udvestita and Apavestita.
With the gliding movement of the feet the left hand is to be recita while the right to be on the hip.
With the Nikuttita movement of the right leg,the right hand is to perform recita and the left dola.
In the suci and apakranta movement of the feet, the hands are to be katakamukha with their back against the navel.
When the inclined body is turned with the apaviddha hand and suci foot; it is named as Valitam.
When the feet is separated from the svastika position with the whirling right hand and the hanging left hand,it is the karana Gurnita.
When the left hand is shown in karihasta and the right turned with the kuttita movement of the feet, it is Lalitam.
When the urdhavajanu cari is performed with the lata hand rested on the raised knee it is called as Dandapaksam.
When the trika is turned gracefully in the Nupura cari with the lata and recita gestures it is the Karana Nupura.
When the hands and feet are in recita so the hip and the neck and the entire body in Vaisatha Sthana it is to be called Vaisakha Recita.
When the skshipta cari is ended in svastika position and the trika is turned round with the udvestita hands it is called Bhramarakam.
When the left hand is in ancita (alapallava) and the right in catura and the right foot in kuttita movement it is the Karana Catura.
It is performed with the right hand as recita and the left hand as lata.
When the hands and feet are thrown like a staff on all sides it is the Karana Dandakarecita.
Assuming vruscika posture in one leg and the Nikuttita movement in the other the karana Vruscikakuttita is performed.
In the suci cari the right hand is to be Apaviddha (Aviddha) and then the hip is raised and rotated.
The ancita foot is taken back and bent with the fingers pointing
left hand is shown in lata gesture.
In the vaiskha sthana,the alapadma hands are to be held on the hip which is in chinna.
The svastika hands in the Vruscika posture are to be separated and shown recita.
The leg is bent and turned towards the back with the hands bent over the shoulders.
In the alida sthana the two hands are to be taken from the chest as recita and brought down and then separated.
Svastika hands are to be held on one side with the Nikuttita movement of the foot.
With the vruscika foot a mark is to be made on the forehead with a great toe.
The Kuncita feet is taken back in the Atikrant cari and the hands are thrown.
The right leg and hand is to be bent as Kuncita first and the left side is lifted up.
The body is bent down and held between the two hanging arms.
The feet to be drawn away from the svastika form with the hands held in the chest region.
The hand and foot to be swiftly thrown.
The sole and the fingers of the foot to be turned upwards with the palm of the hands bent.
The two feet streched backwards with a distance about two and a half talas and the hands to be moved in conformity with this.
The hand and foot to be thrown either backward or sideways and these movement should occur on one side only.
The kuncita foot to be taken round swiftly with the suitable hands.
The Kuncita foot to be thrown from side to side with the swinging hands.
The hand and foot to be thrown with the trika turned round and the recita hands.
With the suci cari the trika is to be turned round with the two recita hands.
It is to be done with the leg thrown towards the front with the hands according to the movement of the feet.
The foot to be bent back as Kuncita with the raised chest and the hand held at the centre of the fore head.
The foot to be turned and raised backwards to touch the head with the Mandala Aviddha gesture.
It is to be performed with a forward movement and the hands used in a manner befitting the dance.
The hand and foot to be thrown with the rotated trika and then hands are held as recita.
It is performed with the left hand bent near the ear and the right lata gesture.
A foot to be swiftly lifted up and put forward with the hands as Talasamsphotita.
The foot to be streched backwards with the lata and recita gestures and the head to be raised and bent.
In the Nata side the foot to be in Suci position with the hands one on the chest and the other bent to touch the cheek.
In the Suci position of the legs,the hands are to be raised in Apavestita gesture and the trika is to be rotated as in the Brahmari Cari.
One foot is to be lifted up with the folded thigh while the other to be
hand is to be musti.
One foot is to be streched backwards with the other knee slightly
two arms should be out streched as Recita.
A jump is followed by the Svastika position of the feet with the sannata hands.
A kuncita foot is to be lifted and put forward on the ground with the suitable movement of the hands.
In the suci position of the right foot, the Alapadma hand is to be held on the head.
One foot of Suci cari is to be put on the heel of another foot with the hands on the weist and chest respectively.
The valita thigh is to be taken as the Apakranta cari with the hands moved in harmony of the movement of the feet.
The vruscika formation of the leg is performed with the two recita hands and the trika is turned.
The feet are to be moved in
two hands are to be recita and the head to be parivahita.
After the performance of Nupura cari, Dandapada cari is observed with the Aviddha hands shown quickly.
After performing the cari Atikranta, the shank on one leg is bend and rested on the other.
After observing the Dolapada cari, a jump is performed with the turning of the trika.
In the Baddha cari the arms are taken up with the fingers pointing upwards.
After observing the Dolapada cari,the recita hands are to be taken round in harmony with the feet movement.
one hand is to be placed near the chest while the other taken above and rotated in the ancita formation of the foot.
it is performed with one hand as recita and the other lata in the slow movement of the feet.
After performing the cari alata, one is to move swiftly and the hands to be followed with the feet.
With the backward streched foot the hands and to be bent and turned in the front.
The hand,foot and the entire body to be moved (turned) violently
The akshipta cari is performed with the hands suitable to the feet movement.
After performing the dolapada cari the two palms are to be dashed with each other and then the left hand to be kept as recita.
One hand is to be on the chest and the other hanged loosely in the agratala movement of the feet.
After observing the janita karana,the raised hands with their fingers facing opposite to each other to be brought down slowly.
In the mandala sthana the two hands are to be held on the nirbhugna chest.
After jumping with the talasancara feet the body is to be bent and turned.
The Avrtta (Vyavartita) hand is bent and placed near the thigh and the shank is bent and turned.
The two hands to be kept hanging loosely and the head in parivahita with the feet in Aviddha cari.
A foot is to be streched front facing the sky with the recita hands.
The Vyavartita movement of the hands to be placed on the thigh which is made Aviddha.
One hand is to be Apaviddha and the Suci cari foot to be made Nikuttita with the left hand on the chest.
with the Udghattita feet and the Talasanghattita hands the karana Udghattitam is performed.
After observing the Alata Cari, the two hands to be made Recita and then bent as kuncita and ancita.
The hands are to be recita and ancita and the head to be lolita.
Drawing feet from the svastika position the head to be parivahita and the hands to be recita.
Beginning with the body at rest the legs are streched as Talacancara in the udvahita chest position.
The toes and the sole of the feet to be turned upwards with the Tripataka hands pointing downwards and the head in Sannata.
Dr Ganesh Narasimhan
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