Wednesday, August 12, 2009
in our country many types are used to fight with swin flu as some are using ayurveda medicines, some are telling to do yoga, and some are telling to read RAAM CHARIT MANAS, Than this swin flu will go away. let it be we all are alert this is very nice thing. i pray to god that this diseases as erly as posible goes away from our country.
" god bless you all"
Preventive meathod- about swin flu
We should tie a Mask or a handkerchif
On our nose and mouth whenever any person Sneez or cough.
And leave away from a person having swin flu.
Saturday, July 18, 2009
Names of the 28 single handed gestures or Asamyuta hastas are laid out in the verse given below :
Patakastripatakasyardhapatokartarimukhaha/Mayurakhyordhacandrashca aralah shukatundakaha// verse 89//Musthishca shikharakhyashca kapithah katakamukhah/Suci candrakala padmakoshah sarpashirastatha//verse 90//Mrigashirshah simhamukha kangulashalapadmakah/Caturo bhramarashcaiva hamsasyo hamsapakshakah//verse91//Sandamsho mukulascheva tamracudatrishulakah/Ityasamyutahastanamashtavishatiriirita//verse 92//
Samyuta Hasta (Double Hand Gestures)
The following verse recites the names of different hastas.
Anjalishca kapotashca karkata svastikastatha// verse 172//Dolahastah pushputa utsangah shivalingakah/Katakavardhanashcaiva kartarisvastikastatah// verse 173//Shakata shanka cakre ca samputah pashakilakau/Matsya kurmo varahashca garudo nagabandhakah// verse 174//Khatva bherunda ityete sankhyata samyutah karah/
Monday, June 22, 2009
Bharatanatyam is a dance form originating in tamilnadu a state in southern india and is also the National Dance of India. This dance form denotes various 19th and 20th century reconstructions of Cathir, the art of temple dancers. Cathir in turn, is derived from ancient dance forms. Bharatanatyam is usually accompanied by the classical Carnatic music.
-In ancient times it was performed as dasiattam by temple Devadasis in various parts of South India. Many of the ancient sculptures in Hindu temples are based on dance Karanas. In fact, it is the celestial dancers, apsaras, who are depicted in many scriptures dancing the heavenly version of what is known on earth as Bharatanatyam.
-Bharatanatyam is considered to be a fire-dance — the mystic manifestation of the metaphysical element of fire in the human body. It is one of the five major styles (one for each element) that include Odissi (element of water), and Mohiniattam (element of air). The movements of an authentic Bharatanatyam dancer resemble the movements of a dancing flame. Contemporary Bharatanatyam is rarely practiced as Natya Yoga, a sacred meditational tradition, except by a few orthodox schools (see Yoga and Dance).
Bharatanatyam is one of seven classical dance styles, and said to be one of the oldest existing traditional Indian dances.
Monday, March 2, 2009
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