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Here is what I know now I'm guessing these have specific relationship to stories deeply rooted in Indian culture - there are different dance forms that are in different regions of India My gut says no I suspect the book has closed on what is "classic" Indan dance - even the hand movements equal words - there's a traditional bowing movement given akin to an Amen that gives praise to the Earth Mother - traditional dancers should have "round breasts" Indian dance sounds like the supreme dance instructor - there is a strict connection with studying dance and religious texts I find this really awesome - following in the steps of the guru I'm am trying not to judge - ok I am giving this 5 stars because it has made me really excited to talk to my student.
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Kuchipudi is one of the classical styles of Indian dance. Around the third and fourth decade of this century it emerged out of a long rich tradition of dance-drama of the same name.
Kuchipudii : Indian Classical Dance Art
Basic standing position, male and female character. In fact, Kuchipudi is the name of a village in the Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh. It is about 35 km. Andhra has a very long tradition of dance-drama which was known under the generic name of Yakshagaana. In 17th century Kuchipudi style of Yakshagaana was conceived by Siddhendra Yogi a talented Vaishnava poet and visionary who had the capacity to give concrete shape to some of his visions.
Kuchipudi Indian Classical Dance Art
The presentation of Bhaamaakalaapam was a stupendous success. Its aesthetic appeal was so great that the then Nawab of Golconda, Abdul Hasan Tanishah issued a copper plate in A. At that time all the actors were male and the female impersonation was of a superb quality.
Sculptural evidence from all parts of India and the surrounding region points to a rich tradition of dance and music that flourished over a thousand years ago. All over ancient India, it would seem, dance and music were seen not merely as ways to celebrate but also as offerings of worship and thanksgiving to the Divine.
Over the course of time, the dance forms practiced in the different parts of the country were codified and developed distinct identities according to the geographic, socio-economic, and political conditions of each region. The dance form Kuchipudi developed in what is now known as the state of Andhra Pradesh in southern India.
Kuchipudi derives its name from the village Kuchelapuram, where it was nurtured by great scholars and artists who built up the repertoire and refined the dance technique. The technique of Kuchipudi makes use of fast rhythmic footwork and sculpturesque body movements.