- Dancing for Nataraja
- Chidambaram's Thillai Nataraja temple was the first to stage a natyanjali in 1981, with dancers offering performances to Shiva within the temple courtyard.
- Simplicity revealed
- Where is the one who dances all the time, asks Lakshmi, a reference to Lord Siva as Nataraja. Parvati says that the One who dances all the time is in Brindavana. Lakshmi is not ready to give up and asks how the tired, old bull is faring.
- Understanding the Forms of Shiva
- The Nataraja form represents the exuberance and dance of creation, which self-created itself from eternal stillness.
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- Interested people can register before March 28. Contact: 0471 6066061. Sri Nataraja Sangeetha Sabha Award: The 11th edition of Sri Nataraja Sangeetha Sabha Award will be presented to violinist B Sreekumar.
- Holding on to the thread
- He ordered from a foundry in Mahabalipuram, a 400-kg metal circle of fire with two arms and the flying hair, so he could stand inside the circle and pose as Nataraja!
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