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Naman Hastak or Hand gesture Explanation and Importance in Kathak for Beginners
Naman is a hand gesture that invokes a sense of piety and respect in all who see it. The word itself refers to a sort of salutation towards those viewing it and the Guru emphasizes on the way to correctly go about it. It is a sign of reverence and the Guru shows the correct posture and shapes one must perfect to do justice to this hand gesture.
Dugun Demonstration with the Students - Tatkaar (Footwork) - Teental
Tatkaar (Footwork) - Teental - Ekgun Demonstration with the Students
Natya Kramaha Explanation - Natyashastra Shloka ‘Yatho Hasta thatho Drishti’
Meaning of Guru Vandana Shloka - Lyrics and Translation to the great Guru Vandana shloka
Chakkars or Spins - Hastaks Demonstration with Shishyas or Students in Kathak for Beginners
Aalingan and Ardhalingan Hastak or Hand gesture Explanation and Importance in Kathak for Beginners
Omkara Bindu Samyuktam - Demonstration of Omkara Shloka in Kathak