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Tantra Mantra Yantra in Dance - An Exposition of Kathaka

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The Indian perspective has always been holistic and all-inclusive: thought and activity in different fields, at different level, have been interlinked to produce what has been timeless. Indian arts is a classic example of such amalgamation: it interlinks aspects of art, philosophy, mythology, religion, and mysticism. This book is an attempt to unravel such links with specific reference to the Kathaka dance form.

Dr. Ranjana Srivastava explores the roots of Kathaka dance form to reveal its sublime, philosophic, esoteric and divine dimensions. Focusing on inter-relationships, she unflolds how dance embraces other disciplines of Yoga - Tantra,Mantra and Yantra. She discusses the concept of Tantra and its approximation and application to the dance form - the way Kathaka absorbed the sacred knowledge within its form. She deals with the importance and aspects of sound in the Hindu religious scheme and its manifestation in Kathaka. Explaining the significance of the yantra as diagrammatic/geometric representation and the way it functions, she analyses the techniques of Kathaka which create distinct yantra formations both in the surrounding space as well as on the dancing floor. The study abounds in extensive notes to explain numerous terms and concepts and has references to noted works and authors on the subject.

The book will be useful to experts and student of Indian art and, in particular, dance and will interest general people keen to know more about India's art traditions.

Details of Book :-

  • Author -¬†Ranjana Srivastava
  • Publisher - D. K. Printworld
  • Language - English
  • ISBN - 978-81-246-0268-3
  • Binding - Hardbound
  • Size -¬†9.8 inches x 7.4 inches¬†
  • Pages - 160 (Color Illus: 36, Figures: 8)
  • Weight of book - 600 grams (approx.)

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