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Kalaakriti Creative Academy provides you the best range of dance schools, bharata's natyashashtra dance schools, natya coaching classes, nritya coaching classes & classical dance coaching with effective & timely delivery.

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Historically, Bharatanatyam is a dance-form christened as such by the Music Academy of Madras in the early nineteen thirties. It was known earlier as Dasiattam, Sadir or Karnatakam. It thrived in the south of India. It then spread to other parts of the country. Now it is a world art and heritage, flourishing particularly in the Indian diaspora. Its grammar and aesthetics are today traced by many to Natya Sastra and to later works like Abhinaya Darpana. However, while we properly do not know what the dance was like before the early nineteenth century, what we know today as Bharatanatyam has developed from the shape it was given by the Tanjavur Quartet. And this legacy was preserved in practice mostly by the gurus and performers belonging to the Isai Velalar community of Tamil Nadu.

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The Natya Shastra is an ancient Indian treatise on the performing arts, encompassing theatre, dance and music. The text, which contains 6000 slokas, is attributed to the muni (sage) Bharata and is believed to have been written during the period between 200 BCE and 200 CE. The Natya Shastra is incredibly wide in its scope. While it primarily deals with stagecraft, it has come to influence music, classical Indian dance, and literature as well. It covers stage design, music, dance, makeup, and virtually every other aspect of stagecraft. It is very important to the history of Indian classical music because it is the only text which gives such detail about the music and instruments of the period. Thus, an argument can be made that the Natya Shastra is the foundation of the fine arts in India. The most authoritative commentary on the Natya Shastra is Abhinavabharati by Abhinavagupta. The Natya Shastra is based upon the much older Gandharva Veda (appendix to the Sama Veda) which contained 36000 slokas. Unfortunately there are no surviving copies of the Natya Veda. Though many scholars believe most slokas were transmitted only through the oral tradition, there are scholars who believe that it may have been written by various authors at different times.

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Bharathanatyam is perhaps the oldest amongst the contemporary classical dances of India. This classical dance form is characterized by the use of the ekaharyalasyanga wherein a dancer characterizes different roles in order to communicate or express varied emotions. The present form of Bharatanatyam as we know it today has been codified and documented by four brothers Chinnayya, Ponnayya, Vadivelu and Sivanandam in the early 19th century. They are also famously known as the Tanjore Quartet. Their dance compositions form the bulk of the Bharatanatyam practiced today. Somewhere around the 1930s some surviving Devadasis such as the legendary Balasaraswati were called for stage performances by the elite educated Class. Thus Rukmini Devi was the first ever educated elite to learn this dance form under the guidance of Balasaraswati.

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The word Natya is derived from Nat which means movement or acting. Natya therefore means a dramatic representation with speech, music and dancing. It is usually performed on a mythical theme acting out a story for the audience using expressions.

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Nritya is that interpretation of dance which includes both rasa (artistic flavor) and bhava (emotion), manifesting into abhinayam, the art of expression. It involves a lot of emotions, sentiments and usage of eye movements.

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