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- feminine tribhanga posture forms a series of triangles with the elbows, knees, neck and torso.
- Art of South Asia (before ca. A.D. 1500)
- slanting in one direction, and the torso moving in the opposite direction. This thrice-bent (tribhanga) pose suggests potential movement.
- o Miidhava, how shall I tell you of my terror? I could not describe my
- I shall stand in the tribhanga pose and play my flute as you go to draw water. And when you hear the flute you will be enchanted, simple girl.
- References to the Hare Krishna Maha-Mantra
- in a charming tribhanga pose, bestowing mercy and kindness upon the bhaktas.
- either an Indian figure in a pronounced tribhanga pose.
- A potpourri of dance styles
- Tribhanga (three twists) is the major gesture of the dance form. Sanjana Haque performed Alarippu, the first phase of Bharatanatyam. The artiste's expression of eye and movements of the neck were beautiful.
- Glossary of Indian Art
- tribhanga: A standing posture in which the figure is oppositely curved at waist and neck to form a gentle "S" shape. trishula: Shiva's trident.
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