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Bol Jati and Laya Jati - Pancha Jati, 5 main categories of rhythm patterns, cycles of 3, 4, 5, 7 a
Guru Pali Chandra elucidates the two disparate types of Jati to the mentees of Kathak. The perspicuous gloss anent the Bol Jati and Laya Jati and how and why they are disparate enables the novices to attain mastery in the notion.
Guru Pali Chandra elucidating the nuances behind Pancha Jati, the following 5 main categories of rhythm patterns, cycles of 3, 4, 5, 7 and 9 beats.
Tishra (3 beats)- ta ki ta
Chatushra (4 beats) - ta ka dhi mi
Khanda (5 beats) - ta ka ta ki ta
Mishra (7 beats) - ta ka dhi mi ta ki ta
Sankeerna (9 beats) - ta ka dhi mi ta ka ta ki ta
Urdhva Kona Suchita, Madhya Kona Suchita and Tala Kona Suchita or Hand gesture
Tatkaar (Footwork) - Teental - Ekgun Demonstration with the Students
Hastak or Hand Gesture Revision Exercise in Kathak for Beginners
Naman Hastak or Hand gesture Explanation and Importance in Kathak for Beginners
Incorporating Hastak Movement to Vocabulary, Demonstration with Music
Tatkar Ka Tukra Solo Performance with Different Ways of Hastaks
Tatkar Ka Tukra Explanation | Guru Pali Chandra shares her knowledge on Tatkar Ka Tukra to her pupil