Bharatanatyam Dancers

Bharatanatyam 'More Than Just a Dance'

Bharatanatyam is a type of Indian established move that started in the sanctuaries of Tamil Nadu.It is pronounced as Bharathanatyam in Tamil.It has a rich heritage in classical dance and is liked by people all over the world .It holds first position in the classical dance world.It was portrayed in the treatise Natya Shastra by Bharata around the regular's start era[citation needed]. Bharata Natyam is known for its elegance, immaculateness, delicacy, expression and sculptures. Ruler Shiva in his Nataraja structure is viewed as the God of this move. Today, it is a standout amongst the most well known what's more, broadly performed move styles and is rehearsed by male and female artists everywhere the world, in spite of the fact that it is all the more ordinarily moved by ladies.Bharatanatyam is a conventional move structure known for its effortlessness , immaculateness, delicacy and sculpturesque stances.The starting point and artifact of Indian fantastic move structure Bharatanatyam can be followed back to the Vedas and to the moving's figure young lady in Mohen-jo-Daro.The model confirmations from the 5 th century onwards uncover different changes and advancement. It has its roots in Tamilnadu, a state of Southern India.

The name Bharata Natyam is of generally late inception when entertainers like Rukmini Devi resuscitated the move in the twentieth century. The first names of Bharata Natyam were Sadir, Chinnamelan . A conceivable beginning of the name is from Bharata Muni, who composed the Natya Shastra. The word Bharatnatyam consolidates 'Bhavam' which means expression, ragam which means music, thalam which means beat and natyam

Bharatanatyam Mudras

Some of the mudras are displayed here

  • Alabadmam
  • Katakamukham
  • Chandrakala
  • Urananabam
  • Garuda
  • Kartariswastikam
  • Pathakam
  • Katarimugam
  • Bharathanatyam Dance

    Dance of the Gods

    Kuchipudi

    Kuchipudi is a classical indian dance from the state of Andhrapradesh.It is very close to bharathanatyam

    Mohiniyattam

    Mohiniyattam is a classical dance which origins from the state of kerela. It has close realms to bharathanatyam

    Odissi

    Odissi is a classical dance from orissa.It has close roots to bharathanatyam

    Satriya

    Satriya is a classical dance from assam. It has close realms with bharathanatyam

    Kathak

    Kathak is a classical dance originated from northern india ,it has no roots to bharathanatyam

    Manipuri

    Manipuri is a classical dance originated fromManipur ,it has no roots to bharathanatyam