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mirror of gesture

NandikesМЃvara.

mirror of gesture

being the Abhinaya darpana of Nandikeśvara

by NandikesМЃvara.

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Published by E. Weyhe in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Gesture,
    • Dance -- India

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 77-81.

      Statementtr. into English by Ananda K. Coomaraswamy and Duggirāla Gopālakrishnāyya, with introduction and illustrations.
      ContributionsCoomaraswamy, Ananda Kentish 1877-1947., Gopala Kristnayya Duggirala.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN2071.G4 N3 1936
      The Physical Object
      Pagination81 p.:
      Number of Pages81
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6365956M
      LC Control Number38004291
      OCLC/WorldCa4075020

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      CONTENTS PAGE Introduction i TheIndianEditor'sPreface. ii Invocation 13 DialogueofIndraandNandikesvara 13 Natya,Nrtta,andNrtya 14 TheAudience,Ministers,Stage,Danseuse,Bells,Dancer,Inner andOuterLifeoftheDanseuse,VulgarDancing,theCourse OFTHEDance 15 Gesture 17 . Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t07x1jh1g Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library

        The Mirror of Gesture is an English translation of Abinaya Darphana of Nandikeshwarar which was originally in Sanskrit. The Abinaya Darphana was originally translated into Telugu by Nidamangalam Madabhushi Tiruvenkatachari in Nandikeshwarar is believed to be a legendary figure of the art. This great gift is an abridgement to the Indian dance world. Essentials of Musicalogy in South Indiann music. Sangeetvikas. Prof. raman Home > Categories > English > Books on dance > Bharanatyam > The mirror of gestures.


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Summary: This is the English translation of the Abhinaya-darpana by Nandikeshvara: an encyclopedic manual of the art of gesticulation. It belongs to a wide range of literature known as Natya-shastra: the ancient Indian art of dramatic performance, theatrics, dance and music.

From the Jacket. The Mirror Gesture is the English translation of the Abhinaya Darpana of Nandikesvara which was originally published with a Telugu interpretation by Madabhushi Tiruvenkatachari of Nidamangalam in The Abhinaya Darpana, according a Nandikesvara, who is a legendary figure, is an abridgement of the Bharatarnava.

compendium known as the " Mirror of Gesture " {Abhinaya Darpana) of Nandikesvara may be of use as an introduction to Indian method.

Thedramatic scriptures of India were framed byBrahmaat therequest ofthelesser gods, attheverybeginning theTreta Yuga, the last aeon before the present. This eventis described asfollowsin thefirst chapterof the "NatyaSastra" of Bharata:File Size: 2MB.

The sages speak of Nāṭya, Nṛtta, and Nṛtya.Nāṭya is dancing used in a drama combined with the original plot.Nṛtta is that form of dance which is void of flavour and mood ().Nṛtya is that form of dance which possesses flavour, mood, and suggestion (rasa, bhāva, vyañjanā etc.), and the is a twofold division of these three, Lāsya and Tāṇḍava.

The mirror of gesture, being the Abhinaya darpana of Nandikeśvara by Nandikeśvara; Coomaraswamy, Ananda Kentish, ; Gopala Kristnayya DuggiralaPages:   The Mirror Of Gesture: Being The Abhinaya Darpana Of Nandikesvara () Paperback – Septem by Nandikesvara (Author), Ananda Coomaraswamy (Translator), Gopala Kristnayya Duggirala (Translator) & 0 more1/5(1).

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Link to this page view Link to the book Embed a mini Book Reader. Delivery was perfect. The book as is good for beginners and gives a good overview of gestures. The shlokas are all in sanskrit, the meanings have been translated well. Only drawback is that the author could have written the Shlokas in english as well for readers who do not know to read sanskrit language/5(12).

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The Mirror of Gesture by Ananda K. Coomaraswamy (Tr.) and Gopala Kristnayya Duggiralla (Tr.). The Mirror of Gesture is the English translation of the Abhinaya Darpana of Nandikesvara which was originally published with a Telugu interpretation by Madabhushi Tiruvenkatachari of Nidamangalam in The Abhinaya Darpana, according to Nandikesvara, who is a legendary figure, is an.

Digital Book: The Mirror of Gesture - Being the Abhinaya Darpana of Nandikesvara Translated into English By Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy and Gopala Jump to Sections of this page. While we still lack a complete and adequate translation, and even a satisfactory edition, of the “Dramatic Science” (Nāṭya Śāstra) of Bharata, the present version of a shorter compendium known as the “Mirror of Gesture” (Abhinaya Darpaṇa) of Nandikeśvara may be of use as an introduction to Indian method.

The Mirror of Gesture is the English translation of the Abhinaya Darpana of Nandikesvara which was originally published with a Telugu interpretation by Madabhushi Tiruvenkata-chari of Nidamangalam in The Abhinaya Darpana, according to Nandikesvara, who is a legendary figure, is an abridgement of the Bharatarnava, an exposition on the Art of dancing.

Gesture is the principal theme of what is here related. The root ni with the prefix abhi implies exposition, and the word abhinaya is used in this sense. According to another book (granthāntare), abhinaya is so called because it evokes flavour in the are three kinds of gesture: bodily, vocal, and ornamental (āṅgika, vācika, āhārya), besides the pure, passionate, and .The book also includes a short account of Bharatarnava, another work on Natya attributed to Nandikesvara.

For the practising students, a diagrammatic representation of Hasta Mudras are also given for easy reference and a few glances (drsti) for delineation of. This Mirror of Gesture has been edited by Tiruvenkaṭācāri of Niḍāmaṅgalam, a very learned interpreter of Gesture and the like, according to the Bharata Sāstra, and into this work are likewise introduced many extracts from the Bharata Sāstra, for the pleasure of the cultivated public.

Thus ends the Mirror of Gesture, with extracts from other books.