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Published by Naatya Maala Publishers; copies can be had of P. Sambasiva Rao, Hyderabad in [Hyderabad .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • India.

Subjects:

  • Sanskrit drama -- History and criticism,
  • Theater -- India

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementTelugu original: P. S. R. Appa Rao. English Translation: P. S. R. Appa Rao [and] P. Sri Rama Sastry.
ContributionsBharata Muni., Abhinavagupta, Rājānaka., Sri Rama Sastry, P. 1915- tr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPK2931 .A6
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 184 p.
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27151M
LC Control Numbersa 68018667

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  1. Natya-Shastra is a detailed compendium of technical instructions about the performing arts. It was meant as a practical manual for production of successful theatrical performances, which included music and dance as well as acting. It was also intended as a guide to the poet and to the performer, alike. As Prof. Adya Rangacharya stated in. About the Book 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. Addeddate Identifier NatyaShastraOfBharataMuniVolume1 Identifier-ark ark://t1wd4tq7h Ocr ABBYY FineReader Pages Ppi Book: Natya Shastra (with English Translations) Author: Bharat Muni Translator: Manomohan Ghosh M.A., Ph.D. Published by: Asiatic Society of Bengal.

About the Book In Indian classical dramaturgy, the performing arts have been called drishya kaavya, visual poetry. For centuries, Indian dramatists and actors have attempted to 'decode' the visual meaning of theatrical terms as described in the Naatyashaastra of Bharata Muni. Rasa Bhaava Darshan, too, attempts to transform text into image, and it brings back into contemporary life the. Name of the Book is: Bharat Aur Unka Natya Shastra | This Book is written by Dr. Vrajvallabha Mishra | To Read and Download More Books written by Dr. Vrajvallabha Mishra in Hindi, Please Click: Dr. Vrajvallabha Mishra | The size of this book is MB | This Book has Pages. Chapter One documents the names of Bharata's one hundred sons, the importance of the graceful Kaiseki style in Indian dance, and how the apsarasas (mythological female goddesses who excelled in.   In modern usage, this word does not include dance or music, but in Sanskrit, the term natya refers to the troika of drama, dance and music. The discourse is set in a frame where a number of munis approach Bharata, asking him about nāṭya. The answer to this question comprises the rest of the book, which is thus loosely a dialogue.

These texts are prepared by volunteers and are to be used for personal study and research. These files are not to be copied or reposted for promotion of any website or individuals or for commercial purpose without permission. A Monograph on Bharata's Natya Saastra-Indian Dramatology: Forever Healthy: The Holy Science: Theories of the Chakras: Bridge to Higher Consciousness: The Encyclopedia of Yoga and Tantra: Join our Vedic Books family by subscribing to our newsletter and keeping up with divine wisdom from India. A Monograph on Bharata's Natya Saastra-Indian Dramatology: Forever Healthy: The Holy Science: Theories of the Chakras: Bridge to Higher Consciousness: The Encyclopedia of Yoga and Tantra: Antiquities of Himachal: Ayurvediya Prasuti-Tantra Evam Stri-Roga (Parts I & II) Precepts for Practice: Great Ages of Indian History Vakatakas. The Natya Shastra of Bharata originally dealt with the stagecraft. It subsequently cast its influence on literature, dance and music as well. The Natya Shastra of Bharata consists of verse stanzas and the whole text is written in Sanskrit.