A Twist in Dance, Dancing for the gods

A Twist in Dance, Dancing for the gods​
Today the Indian culture has an identity through traditional. The development of temple arts speaks about the great Indian cultural, this classical style has practiced have captured the attention in all cultural of the world. Bharatham enjoys forms nurtured with a purpose in the sacred premises of the temples. With the Supernatural abilities and the popular temples and traditions were considered as magical presence with radiated divine energy into the community.
Their mission was to take the art to the people and explaining about the beautified religious, factors of religious, true religious this art was an effective means to touching the hearts of the devotees through dance, music, sculpture, architecture compared to the rigid ritualistic practices.
The temple originated from agamic tradition, the principles of cosmology. The art of dance was involved in all those divine activity, the divine feeling of celestials, designated as the dance joy. The agamas praise in song of dancing shiva, the Nataraja, who was the creator of eternal cosmic energy beyond the boundaries of time and space, the divine form of Nataraja filled with power of ideation, sculptors, dance and devotees. The three aspects are: the destructive, the yogic, the gift. Hereby in form of Nataraja by killing their ignorance and lifting them to enlightenment.
The original last two aspects are that shiva dancing in the golden hall of the temple, the architect’s structure was most relating to a curve of the Natyamantapas sculpture was the vast premises in the temple. These sculptures are being implicit as the Lord shiva dancing, Goddesses Saraswathi plays veena, Indra the flute, Brahma with cymbals, Vishnu the mridangam and Goddesses Lakshmi sings, and other gods and demi-gods all stands around watch and hear the music of the divine choir. This faithful a performance of this divine theme opened an outpouring of imagination of the the achitects who designed the temples, result of the panels depicting the rock-cut architecture these temples imposed by Chalukya, Pallavas, Rashtrakoota, Chola, Hoysala, Chandella, Sena, Kakatiya and Vijayanagar.