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Transcript: Presented by Praveen for Dance Bharathanatyam Bharathanatyam Bharathanatyam What type of dance is it and how is it original What type of dance is it and how is it original Bharathanatyam is a type of classical dance that originated in Tamil Nadu Believed to be dated back from 500BCE to 500CE and usually done in Hindu culture PICTURES PICTURES Cultural importance Cultural importance Bharathanatyam is very important to the culture of Hindu For this dance girls usually wear sarees: dresses Earings, Nose rings, Anklets, Necklaces, Henna, a type of temporary tatoo Costumes and items realated to this dance Costumes and items realated to this dance We use alot of instruments to emphazize the dance and dances are danced to classical music Typical instruments used for this dance Typical instruments used for this dance Movements frequently used Movements frequently used Importance of Bharatanatyam Importance of Bharatanatyam What is the dance originally/still done for? What is the dance originally/still done for? Why is this dance important? Why is this dance important? “Bharatanatyam.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 29 Nov. 2017, Hoffman, Krishna. “Description of Bharatanatyam.”Dances of India Rangashree, Pamnani, Joy. “Bharatanatyam Is More than Just a Traditional Indian Dance.” Young Post South China Morning Post, Young Post, 9 Sept. 2014, CITATIONS CITATIONS CITATIONS PT 2 CITATIONS PT 2 “Bharatnatyam: Know All About The Most Popular Dance Form Of South India.” Bharatanatyam Classical Dance - History, Clothing, Exponents, What are the roles of the dancers and audience? What are the roles of the dancers and audience?


Transcript: How Bharathanatyam is performed! History Of Bharathanatyam What is Bharathanatyam? By Shabeena and Ishmitha Bharathanatyam is one of the most oldest and popular practised dance form in India. It is a cultural dance of the countries India and Sri Lanka performed by both women and men.The key to successfully accomplishing this dance is to believe, practice, and smile. When Bharathanatyam dancers sit halfway, there's a design that shows on the bottom of the skirt. The top blouse has a similar design and colour as the bottom skirt. The pleats (folds) in the clothes open gracefully as the dancer does a half or full sit. Dancers have to put strong make-up for programs to look noticeable. A circle is drawn by a red marker on the palm of their hands and on their feet. The goal is to achieve natural appearance. You need the right kind of make-up to show grace on stage. Dancers go with bold and colourful make-up for Bharathanatyam. Clothes and Jewellery Bharathanatyam Photo of Ishmitha performing Barathanatyam in grade three Hair is put in a bun and flowers are added around it to draw attention by the audience. For some performances, they leave their hair at the back braided. Dancers use "kunjalams" tied to the end of their braid as decoration. Jewellery depends on the dance they're performing but two necklaces are worn for most performances. A "kaadu maati" (ear chain) and a waistchain are worn as well along with anklets called "salangus". Salangus are worn for every program to make the footsteps noticeable. Bharathanatyam first originated in 2 century B.C.Young girls that spent their lives worshipping god perfected this dance and performed it in temples as a part of their ceremony. It is part of the temple and court rituals. The dance first came from the state of Tamil Nadu. Kunjalams Veena Mrudangam masters/teachers playing along to the performance Hair and Make-Up

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Transcript: All you need to know about Bharatanatyam By: Harleen Kaur Intro Bharatanatyam is a classical dance from Tamil Nadu in India. It was originally a temple dance for girls which is done with bent legs and rhythmic foot movements. This specific type of dance expresses Hindu folklore and stories of God and Goddesses Introduction Description Description Bharatanatyam has different features that are divine and mesmerizing. It includes body movements, hand gestures, facial expression,complicated footwork, elegant costumes, and pleasing music.It is a rich dance form done as a part of celebration and devotion towards God. What does Bharatanatyam mean? Meaning The word bharatanatyam is made up with fo... The word Bharatanatyam is made up with four words in Sanskrit. The words are Bha, Ra, Ta, and Natyam. Bha(bhava) means expression, Ra(raga) means music, Ta(tala) rhythm, and Natyam meaning dance. Who created/introduced Bharatanatyam? Creation The Hindu god Of Dance Lord Shiva (in the form of Ardha Nari Nateshwar)introduces bharatnatyam in his Tandava. He is the god who is believed to create this Dance form.Later it was the Dasiattam who took this tradition further. The hindu god of dance or bharatanatyam is Lord Shi... Instruments Instruments Bharatanatyam music contains various instruments.Some of them are: Mridangam Nadaswram Flute Violin Veena Manjira/Taal In bharatanatyam the Nartaki/nartak(performer)wears a pair of small bells aligned neatly and properly called Ghungroo.These are worn to compliment the instruments used above and to make the performance more elegant and smooth. Fun Facts Fun Facts Bharatanatyam is the demonstration of the ancient idea of the celebration through the beauty of dance. 1.The dance form was developed as a temple-dance by the Devdasis-Temple-maidens (Dasiyattam).It was considered to be a form of worship. 2.It is the most advanced and evolved dance form of all the classical Indian dance forms. 3.Marking a break from ancient tradition, Bharatanatyam in the modern world is not performed inside a temple, but outside it. Bibliography Bibliography Resources Pictures Conclusion


Transcript: Mudra rhythm dance steps - Earliest form of classical South Indian dance originating in the 10th century AD. Practiced in Tamil Nadu and other South Indian regions. - Performed by both men and women, and it holds reilgious connotations. - Represents detailed accounts of Hindu mythology, and it acts as a storytelling device. - The audience typically knows the stories being portrayed, and each gesture and facial expression holds specific meanings. 1) Ramayana: a Sanskrit epic poem about one of the most widely worshipped Hindu deities, Rama. 2) Mahabharata: An epic narrative of the Kurukshetra War and the fates of the Kaurava and the Pandava princes. Donia. "Bharatanatyam." Bharatanatyam. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Apr. 2016. Puri, Rajika. "Bharatanatyam Performed: A Typical Recital." (n.d.): n. pag. Web. 04 Apr. 2016. Mai, Madhavi Marcia. "About Bharatanatyam - Sadhana Dance Theater." About Bharatanatyam - Sadhana Dance Theater. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Apr. 2016. Argada, Martina. "Natya, Nritta and Nrittya." Martina Meenakshi Argada. N.p., 19 Feb. 2015. Web. 06 Apr. 2016. musical mood Holy Moly, it tells Holy Stories Second origin of the name: the sage, Bharata, who wrote the principles of the dance sometime between the 1st and 2nd century AD. 1) Nritta - the level of "pure movement". Composed of gestures and steps that holds specific meanings, yet do not convey any particular message. Primarily used to add aesthetic value to the dance. hand gestures Bharatanatyam tala expression of emotions 3 Levels of the Dance BHAva - expression RAga - melody TAla - rhythm NATYAM - dance Comparison to ballet Set vocabulary of movement Adavu raga when combine a series of dance steps, creates a korvais Anjali. "History of Bharatanatyam." Online Bharatanatyam RSS. N.p., 27 June 2007. Web. 05 Apr. 2016. What do these gestures convey? Gestures elaborate eye, neck and hand movements 1) Pataaka: flag, clouds, forest, bosom, nighttime, fierce heat or wind 2) Tripataaka: a tricolor flag 3) Ardhapataaka: half of a flag 4) Kartari-Mukha: scissors, arrow shaft 5) Mayura: peacock FUN FACT! 10) Shikhara: beak, armor, bow, saying no, the sound of bells, or drinking Costumes and Design Savitha Sastry Gloria Fortuna and Jasmine McCarty Still preserved today and is actively used in places like Tamil Nadu. Modern Day Transformation bheda How the dance works... 3) Natya: combines levels 1 and 2 and can be translated to "dramatic art." This level tells the full dramatic story and derives from the Sanskrit root nrt, which means "to dance". Thank You! What did you notice? Bhakti, Shakti. "Mudras of India: Kartari-Mukha." Mudras of India: Kartari-Mukha. N.p., 25 Oct. 2010. Web. 06 Apr. 2016. Typically performed on a blank stage with a live band. The dancer is often barefoot, and the hands and feet are covered in red henna to accentuate the gestures being performed. The eyes are covered in kohl to add definition to facial expressions during the performance. The costume includes a sari draped between the legs for a fanning effect with the dress allowing the dancers to move liberally. The costumes are elaborate with accents of gold and bright/contrasting colors. Bells hang around the ankles to emphasize specific parts of the story. Donia. "Bharatanatyam." Bharatanatyam. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Apr. 2016. Quick activity! Exploring the meaning behind the gestures: Similar to learning a new language! 2) Nrittya: the level of "interpretative dance", which adds emotions and vivid descriptions to the basic gestures. It is an interpretation of a poem or work of literature expressed as song. Sometimes incorporates speech! 1:50-2:50 religious dance women given to the temple Philip, Thomas. "Bharatanatyam and the Art of Storytelling." Thomas Philips Weblog. N.p., 15 Oct. 2010. Web. 06 Apr. 2016. A Brief History... bhava Devadasis All conscious decisions that the dancers spend years perfecting. Professional dancers begin learning these terms and movements at a young age. BHARATANATYam

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