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Natya Shastra

The Natya Shastra (Sanskrit: Nātyaśāstra नाट्य शास्त्र) is an ancient Indian . Establishment of Shadja as the first, defining note of the scale or grama.

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A Report on the International Conference on Natyashastra 8th-10th
On Bharata Natyam
Building a Natya Shastra-Defense Draft
Building a Natya Shastra: Individual Voices in an Evolving Public Memory by. Anandi Leela Devaki Salinas. Department of Religion.

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A TRIP TO 'INDRALOKA' THROUGH DANCE
The dance-drama brought out the original aspects of Natyashastra, it's origin and progress till today in the most authentic way, maintaining the classic side and purity of dance.
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Ancient manuscripts like Bharatmuni's Natyashastra and Abhinay Darpan and other Sanskrit manuscripts tell about the existence and rich heritage of the dance form.

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Natya Shastra - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Natya Shastra (Sanskrit: Nātyaśāstra नाट्य शास्त्र) is an ancient Indian treatise on the performing arts, encompassing theatre, dance and music.
Natyashastra
The Natyashastra is the most elaborate of all treatises on acting and dramatic criticism ever written in any language.
Natya Shastra (Natyashatra or Natyasastra) Ancient Indian Text on
This page is about the ancient indian text on stagecraft called the Natya Shastra.
Natya Shastra of Bharata
The Natya Shastra of Bharata is the earliest surviving book on drama and stagecraft.
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