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The style of these costumes is similar to that of a Tamil Hindu bride. The dancer or artist wears a beautiful tailor-made sari that comprises of a cloth stitched in pleats that fall in the front from the waist. And when the artist performs complex footwork that includes stretching or bending of the knees, the cloth widens up like a hand fan.
The Bharatanatyam costumes are paired with traditional jewellery that is worn on the head, nose, ears, and the neck as well. The artist also puts on spectacular makeup that highlights her eyes, so that the audiences can get a good look at her expressions. The artist’s hair is also neatly plaited and adorned with flower, she wears a jewellery belt around her waist, ghunghrus around her ankles, and her feet and fingers are also coloured with henna as well.
One of the oldest classical dance forms in India – Bharatanatyam manages to enthral, both, young and old. It is also said to be the mother of many other Indian classical dance forms. It was conceived in the Hindu temples of Tamil Nadu and eventually flourished in South India. But, before we get into the nitty-gritty of this classical dance form, let’s highlight the fact that it has spread to almost every corner of the country.
According to Hindu tradition, the name of this dance form was derived by joining the words ‘Bharata’ and ‘Natyam’. The latter means dance in Sanskrit and the former is a mnemonic that comprises ‘Bha’, ‘Ra’, and ‘Ta’, which mean ‘Bhava’ (emotions and feelings), ‘Ra’ or ‘Raga’ (melody), and ‘Ta’ or ‘Tala’ (rhythm).
In Indian dancing so-called Ghungrus are worn, mostly around the ankles, in order to intensify acoustically the rhythmic movements of the feet. Ghungrus consist of a different number of little bells made from bronze or brass. As they hardly resonate, they represent precisely the rhythmic movements of the dancing feet. The number of bells per foot can vary from 6 to 200. These Ghungroos are not so much a nice looking accessory in combination with the dress, they are an important factor to increase the rhythmical percussion sound which is produced by the foot work. The more bells a pair of Ghungroos has the better the percussion sound will be. Also the quality of the bells is very important. The common professional Ghungroos which dancers use in Kathak should be at least 100 bells each feet. 2 x 50 bells are not enough to get the percussion result a Dancer wants, only for Children it will be OK. In Bharatnatyam we offer a professional pair of 100 bells each feet, this is enough for Bharatnatyam, but the bells should be of very good quality.
Ghungharu are the “tinklebells” or “jingle bells” which are used to adorn the feet of dancers. When tied to the feet, they are played by the act of dancing. They may also be played by hand. This instrument evolved from the payal which are traditional anklets worn by women in India.
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