2 edition of Dance as depicted in Kakatiyan sculpture and literature found in the catalog.
Dance as depicted in Kakatiyan sculpture and literature
Includes bibliographical references (p. -91).
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||2009310106|
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The link to Dance traditions of Kakatiyan empire and as documented in the Dance treatise Nritya Ratnavali by a military general Jayasenapati of the Kakatiyas is displayed in sculpture of Ramappa Temple.
This stands as a remarkable example of the link to establish textual renderings of Dance traditions and sculptural renderings in About The Book Nataraja as a theme represents life force itself. The ancients visualised Nataraja as a manifestation of the cosmic energy symbolising the three aspects of creation, preservation and destruction.
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African people were imported through capture and sale to CE ~ As the Western Chalukyas fall from power, Rudradeva or Prataparudra I declares his independence, and becomes the first independent ruler of the Kakatiyan dynasty. He rules as the first king of the Kakatiya dynasty until CE.
CE ~ Mahadeva rules. He dies in a war in CE and his young son Ganapatideva is :// Shiva, one of the most important Hindu divinities, is here depicted as the Lord of the Dance (Nataraja), an iconic image in Indian ’s cosmic dance sets in motion the rhythm of life and death; it pervades the universe, as symbolized by the ring of fire that is filled with the loose, snakelike locks of the god’s :// Sculpting can be a rewarding way to accent a lesson in any subject.
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His dance is called Tandavam or Nadanta, depending on the context of the dance. The pose and artwork is described in many Hindu texts such as the Anshumadbhed agama and Uttarakamika agama, the dance relief or idol featured in all major Hindu The Indian state of Telangana has a cultural history of about 5, years.
The region emerged as the foremost centre of culture in Indian subcontinent during the rule of Telugu Kakatiya dynasty and the Turkic Qutb Shahi and Asaf Jahi dynasties— (also known as the Nizams of Hyderabad).
The rulers' patronage and interest for arts and culture transformed Telangana into a unique multi-cultural.