• Title: Mudras of Indian Dance: 52 Hand Gestures for Artistic Expression
  • Author: Revital Carroll Cain Carroll
  • ISBN: 9781848191754
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Mudras of India A Comprehensive Guide to the Hand The Mudras of India book has over mudras, however, at least half of them are Indian dance mudras There are about Yoga mudras, I believe The information in the book is extensive than in the Mudras of Yoga Card Set. Mudras of India A Comprehensive Guide to the Hand Mudras of India A Comprehensive Guide to the Hand Gestures of Yoga and Indian Dance by Cain Carroll, Revital Carroll For thousands of years hand mudras have been used in India for healing, storytelling, emotional expression, and to evoke and convey elevated spiritual states. Mudras of India Suchi Mudra Needle Kataka mukha Mudra is the twelfth hand gesture of the single hand mudras Asamyukta Hastas as described in the Abhinaya Darpana The mudra is noted in the Natya Shastra as well According to mythology this mudra originated from Guha when he practiced archery in front of Shiva. Mudras of India Arala Sukathunda Kapittha Mudra is the eleventh hand gesture of the single hand mudras Asamyutta Hastas as described in the Abhinaya Darpana The mudra is also noted in the Natya Sastra, and in Abhinaya Chandrika as Ankusha. Mudras of India Expanded Edition CAIN CARROLL Mudras of India Expanded Edition Mudras of India A Comprehensive Guide to the Hand Gestures of Yoga and Indian Dance by Cain Carroll and Revital Carroll Foreword by Dr David Frawley This Expanded Edition contains a new chapter about the Healing benefits of Mudras For thousands of years hand mudras have been used in India for healing, Mudras of India A Comprehensive Guide to the Hand Mudras of India A Comprehensive Guide to the Hand Gestures of Yoga and Indian Dance For thousands of years hand mudras have been used in India for healing, storytelling, emotional expression, and to evoke and convey elevated spiritual states For thousands of years hand mudras have been used in India for healing, storytelling, Mudra In all their forms of Indian classical dance, the mudras are similar, though the names and uses vary There are or root mudras in Bharatanatyam, in Kathakali and in Odissi These root mudras are combined in different ways, like one hand, two hands, arm movements, body and facial expressions. Mudras of India Mudras of India A Comprehensive Guide to the Hand Gestures of Yoga and Indian Dance For thousands of years hand mudras have been used in India for healing, storytelling, emotional expression, and to evoke and convey elevated spiritual states For the first time, the elaborate system of mudras as applied in yoga and Indian dance has been organized Hand Mudras of Indian Dance Yoga Life Style Mudras are an essential part of Classical Indian Dance, and are used to express the vast array of human emotion and experience The fifty two mudras featured here are the traditional twenty eight asamyukta single hand and twenty four samyukta joined hand mudras described in the Abhinaya Darpana of ShaktiBhakti Odissi Dance Shakti Yoga Mudras of India Oct , Mudras of India If you are a student of Indian Dance, a Yoga practitioner, or interested in the ways Mudras can contribute to your life as a healing tool, and to enhance your creative splendor, this blog could be of immense value to you Check it out and follow

    Mudras of Indian Dance Hand Gestures for Artistic Expression Drawn from two of the most important ancient texts on the subject the Natya Shastra and the Abhinaya Darpana this attractive set of user friendly cards shows the fundamental hand mudras used in I
    Drawn from two of the most important ancient texts on the subject, the Natya Shastra and the Abhinaya Darpana, this attractive set of user friendly cards shows the 52 fundamental hand mudras used in Indian dance and theatre These gestures provide the basis for an entire language of hand articulation Each card presents a full colour image of the mudra with Sanskrit name,Drawn from two of the most important ancient texts on the subject, the Natya Shastra and the Abhinaya Darpana, this attractive set of user friendly cards shows the 52 fundamental hand mudras used in Indian dance and theatre These gestures provide the basis for an entire language of hand articulation Each card presents a full colour image of the mudra with Sanskrit name, transliteration and English translation, as well as concise information on origins and applications The cards are arranged in the traditional order with 28 single hand and 24 joined hand gestures, as described in the Abhinaya Darpana From storytelling to representations of human emotion to spiritual symbolism, hand mudras are one of the most potent and expressive features of Classical Indian Dance This card set will enrich the practice of students and teachers of Classical Indian Dance and theatre, and will be invaluable to anyone interested in Indian mudras.

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