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Omkaaram Sloka Meaning – Translation of Omkaaram bindu samyuktam
We have lyrics and English translations for the great shloka, Omkara Bindu Samyuktam. This ode to Lord Shiva is an integral part of our heritage and this translation should help students get in sync with their performance. The words resonate deep inside us and help us appreciate the art form even more.
(Salutations to Him) Who resides in the spiritual heart center as Omkara, On whom the yogis constantly meditate, Who grants all desires and also liberation to his devotees. Salutations to that Shiva, who is represented by syllable “Om”, The first syllable of the Sadakshara matra “Om-Na-Ma-Shi-Va-Ya”
Rangmanch ka tukra Demonstration with Students - Showcasing Rangmanch ka tukra in Kathak
Paran Judi Amad - Solo Performance by Guru Pali Chandra
Hastaks or Hand gestures Explanation and Importance in Kathak for Beginners
Tatkaar (Footwork) - Teental - Dugun Explanation and Demonstration
Amad Demonstration for Beginners - Showcasing Amad in Kathak
Urdhva Kona Suchita, Madhya Kona Suchita and Tala Kona Suchita or Hand gesture
Aalingan ki Amad Explanation and Demonstration for Beginners