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Sthayi Bhava

Of particular concern to Indian drama and literature are the term 'bhAva' or the state of relishable state of a permanent mood, which is called sthAyI bhAva. .

Sthayi Bhava is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Sthayi Bhava books and related discussion.

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Permanent state (sthayi bhava) - mirth. • Definition (lakshana) - born out of perception of deviation from natural state.
Varnam - its place in the US dance scene
Nirmala Ramachandran. Sattvika or temperamental, it is the Sthayi. Bhava aided by Vibhavas, Anubhavas and.
Sac-Cid-Ananda And The Svarupa Of The Jiva
his analysis of sthayi-bhava (Bhakti Rasamrita Sindhu, 2.

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When Hanuman takes centre stage
However, the sthayibhava (dominant mood) of all three plays is different. In 'Lavanasuravadom,' Hanuman's sthayi is bhakthi (devotion), while in 'Kalyanasougandhikam' it is brotherly love, and in 'Thoranayudham' it is loyalty.
Young talent to the fore
The sthayi bhava of sringaram in her scenes with Nala came across well. Kali was enacted by Jishnu Nambudiri, a disciple of Harinarayanan. The stout Jishnu impressed with his kalasams and his roar.

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Indian aesthetics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Rasa is the developed relishable state of a permanent mood, which is called sthAyI bhAva.
Sthayi Bhava | Online Bharatanatyam
Sep 11, 2008 What I felt would be relevant for the readers here is the relation between Sthayi bhava, Vibhava and the Anubhava.
Krsna is the Reservoir of Rasa
Progressing through faith, steadiness, taste, and attachment, when the relationship with Krsna matures into rati, it is called sthayi bhava.
What is bhava-bhakti? -
I think that we need to identify bhava-bhakti as the firm establishment of the sthayi -bhava.
Madhurer Sthayi Bhava Labhe Jate Avirbhava
Jul 4, 2009 Song Name: Madhurer Sthayi Bhava. Official Name: Rupanuga Bhajana Darpana Song 9. Author: Bhaktivinoda Thakura.

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