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Mohiniattam the lyrical dance of Kerala by Kalamandalam Radhika

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Published by Mathrubhumi Books in Kozhikode .
Written in English


  • Mohiniyattom (Dance)

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [112]).

StatementKalamandalam Radhika.
LC ClassificationsGV1796.M58+
The Physical Object
Pagination120 p., [16] p. of plates :
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16319811M
ISBN 10818264030X
LC Control Number2006413694

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Mohiniyattam is a classical Indian dance, which by definition traces its repertoire to the foundational text Natya Shastra. The Natya Shastra text is attributed to the ancient scholar Bharata Muni. Its first complete compilation is dated to between BCE and CE, but estimates vary between BCE and CE. The text describes the basic elements and the structure of two types of dance. Mohiniyattam There are no products available in this category. Delivery Time | Cash on Delivery | How to Shop | About Karnatic Music Book Centre | Sitemap. The 16th century book titled ‘Vyavaharamala’ written by scholar, poet, author and astrologer Mazhamangalam Narayanan Namboodiri is the first known book that mentions the term Mohiniyattam in connection with a payment due to a Mohiniyattam dancer. While discussing about various performing art forms of Kerala, renowned poet Kunchan Nambiar in.   Thrissur: A mega Mohiniyattam performance by about dancers at Thekkinkadu Maidan here is going to be featured in the Guinness Book of World Records.

About the Author Geeta Radhakrishna, the author of ‘Mohiniattam Adavus & Mudras’ is a well-known exponent of Mohiniattam. This book with line drawings of Adavus and 24 Mudras from Hasta Lakshana Deepika has ‘revolutionised the teaching technique of Mohiniattam. For over three decades, Geeta has won the hearts of art lovers both in India and abroad with her choreographic works of. Mohiniattam literally interpreted as a dance of Mohini, the celestial enchantress of Hindu mythology, is a female classical solo dance of Kerala, though in the past men were also known to have been its exponents. I received the two books today from my order. The package was intact, and the books arrived in excellent condition. Thank you. Mohiniattam, literally interpreted as a dance of Mohini, the celestial enchantress of Hindu mythology, is a female classical solo dance of Kerala, though in the past men were also known to have been its exponents. Noted for its graceful and sensuous movements with no terse footwork, Mohiattam reminds of of the gentle swaying of green paddy. The book will be an essential handbook for any dance enthusiast irrespective of language barrier. It has also been a long awaited book desperately sort after by Sreedevi Rajan's long list of students, contemporaries, and well wishers. This book will be an indispensable asset for any future performers, gurus, and s: 1.