I have great pleasure in presenting my research work on the topic Theory and Practice of Kalasa Karanas & Sthanaka - Mandala Bheda from Kurhbharaja's Nrtya Ratna Kosa to the sincere lovers of Dance. In the first chapter I have dealt with the Kalasa Karanas. The world comprises many Karana Margas but inspite of that, Kurhbha Raja does not consider any of these and gives the novel idea of Kalasa Karanas based on body language inspired by nature.The second chapter gives us the general idea of Mandala and Sthanaka which include standing, sitting and reclining postures. The motionless poses in the various postures of the body are Sthanaka and Mandala. Sthanaka consists of static movement and Cari and Gati consists of Dynamic Motion. The two are inseparable forms which are very much related to each other and therefore we have primarily selected the latter for the purpose of translation.
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Book Description Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. Book Condition: New. pp. 219. Bookseller Inventory # 38654887