Guzilkree When two hands in the Shukatunda position meet each other on the chest with palms turned upwards and the palms are turning slowly over downwards, it is called the Avahitta hasta. We hold the Anjali hasta above the iuchipudi for the Gods, in front of the face for the teachers and in front of chest for the learned. Apart from the suggested viniyogasthe dancer may innovate, if found necessary, to convey the appropriate message to the audience. To show Turtle, Tortoise.
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The forefinger of the Katakamukha hand to be stretched it is called Suchi. They do not meet one another. It is called Padmakosha. It is called Sarpasira.. Snake hood, the offering water to god and sages, pouring water on anything , Challenging for a duel , motion of the frontal globe kumbha etc. It is called Mrigasirsha. The ring finger is kept bent and the three other fingers viz. This angle is called Langula.
Different fruits, fire, angry retorts of women etc. This is called Alapadma. To show lotus, breasts, beauty etc. The little finger is lifted up and the thumb is kept within them. That is called Chatura. To show little, skill ness, eyes etc. The other two fingers are separated and raised. This is Bhramara. To show bee, wing etc.. The remaining fingers are to be kept stretched. To show tying, softness, hold garland etc.. The small finger is kept raised and the thumb is kept bent.
That is Hamsapaksha. Touching of the chin and the mood of sorrow, showing respect etc. This is called Sandamsa. Plucking of flowers, wreathing of garlands, taking up blades of grasses, leaves, hairs or thread, holding or pulling out an arrow, removing of thorn, painting the eyes, writing letters etc. This is called Mukala. Lotus bud, throwing a Kiss, taking food, donating something etc.
This is called Urnanabha because it resembles a spider. Scratching the head, receiving stolen property, Disease of leprosy, Lions, Tigers, holding a stone etc. This is called Tamrachuda. To indicate rebuke, this hand is allowed to fall down with a thud. Beating time, instilling self-confidence, rapidity and gesticulation too are indicated hereby. All Rights Reserved.
Asamyuta Hastas. Single Hands Gestures