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(HinduDharma: Vyakarana)

Vyaakarana Sutra:

Also known as the Astadhyayi.

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Nata, vita, gayaka:

"Nata" is a dancer or actor, "vita" is one who is conversant with music and literarature and who also serves as the royal jester, "gayaka" is a musician.

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Amarakosa:

Not to be understood as a dictionary arranged in alphabetical order.

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Brhadisvara temple:

Work on the temple was completed in A.D. 1009.

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Cappu:

Cappu in Carnatic music means beating with the open palm the upper part of the right-hand side of the mrdanga. It represents the final beats.

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Cosmic form:

Na tu mam sakyase drastum anenai'va svacaksusa

Divyam dadami te caksuh pasya me yogam aisvaram.

-Bhagavadgita, 11.8

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Sanaka and others:

the four "mind-born sons" of Brahma, apart from Sanaka, are Sananda, Sanatana and Sanatkumara.

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Pancakrtya:

The dance of Nataraja is called "panca-krtya paramananda tandava". Through this dance he performs the function of creation with the sound of his drum; protects the world with his abhaya-hasta (the "fear not" mudra); carries out the function of destruction with the fire held in one of his hands; with the foot placed on Musalaka he accomplishes the function of tirodhana or tirobhava, that is concealment or Maya; and the fifth function of anugraha or conferring blessings on devotees he performs by pointing a finger at his sacred left foot.

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He created an index:

The word the Paramaguru himself uses here is "samjna".

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Movement of your feet :

What is called "footwork" in a dance.

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"Hindu Dharma" is a book which contains English translation of certain invaluable and engrossing speeches of Sri Sri Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi MahaSwamiji (at various times during the years 1907 to 1994).
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