THE STERLING BOOK OF INDIAN CLASSICAL DANCES

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The Sterling Book Of Indian Classical Dances

Author : Shovana Narayan
ISBN : 184557169X
Genre : Dance
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India's rich cultural legacy has been founded on the abiding faith of the Indians in the divine power, whose worship had found expression through dance. 'Bhakti' or devotion was the underlying essence of the various dance forms that developed in India. Indian Classical Dances is a unique presentation of the eight classical dance styles -- Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Mohiniyattam, Odissi and Sattriya, through a concise portrayal of the background of each dance form, the salient features, format of presentation, music and costume. The simplistic approach of the narration coupled with the unique collection of photographs, will enable the lay reader to visualise, comprehend and appreciate the diverse dance forms of India.
Category: Dance

The Sterling Book Of Indian Classical Dance

Author : Shovana Narayan
ISBN : 9788120790780
Genre : Music
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India’s rich cultural legacy has been founded on the abiding faith of the Indians in the divine power, whose worship had found expression through dance. ‘Bhakti’ or devotion was the underlying essence of the various dance forms that developed in India. Indian Classical Dances is a unique presentation of the eight classical dance styles – Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Mohiniyattam, Odissi and Sattriya, through a concise portrayal of the background of each dance form, the salient features, format of presentation, music and costume. The simplistic approach of the narration coupled with the unique collection of photographs, will enable the lay reader to visualise, comprehend and appreciate the diverse dance forms of India.
Category: Music

Indian Classical Dancing

Author : Kanaka Sudhakar
ISBN : UOM:39015041300875
Genre : Performing Arts
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Category: Performing Arts

The Sterling Book Of Ma Sarada

Author : N. Sivaramkrishna
ISBN : 1845572033
Genre : Goddesses, Hindu
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Here are some glimpses of the unique life of Sri Sarada Devi, the divine consort of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, combining both her human and divine roles. The life of Sri Sarada Devi, known to devotees also as the Holy Mother of Sri Sri Ma, had been a mixture of the mundane and the profoundly spiritual. She effortlessly moved from the grossly external to the supremely internal levels of existence all through her life. She faced tremendous hardships with a serenity that is almost impossible to encounter elsewhere. Each incident of her life serves as a core for contemplating on the highest truths embedded in our ancient scriptures and paradoxically in our own ordinary lives. The volume brings out all these facets of her experience from a special perspective.
Category: Goddesses, Hindu

The Sterling Book Of Hinduism

Author : Karan Singh
ISBN : 9788120790636
Genre : Religion
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Hinduism is the oldest and most varied of all the great religions of the world. It has evolved out of the collective wisdom and inspiration of great seers and sages from the very dawn of India civilisation. This book traces the basic tenets of Hinduism in a nutshell. It also provides brief life-sketches of the eminent exponents of the religion and analyses the impact of the religion in the context of modern day living.
Category: Religion

Sterling Book Of Ramana Maharshi

Author : M. Sivaramkrishna
ISBN : 8120737881
Genre : Spiritual life
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Bhagawan Sri Ramana Maharshi -- The Sage of Arunachala -- was drawn by the power of the Arunachala Mountain in Tiruvannamalai at the age of sixteen and spent his entire life at its feet. Throughout the history of mankind, spiritual giants have appeared on very rare occasions to exemplify the Highest Truth, guiding followers by their conduct in every moment of their lives; Bhagawan Ramana Maharshi was such a giant! His preference to communicate through the power of overwhelming silence was so deep and vibrant that it was successful in calming the minds of the overzealous seekers who were attracted to Him from all over the world. The infinite silence of His presence was a reflection of His teaching of 'Self enquiry' (vichara).
Category: Spiritual life

The Sterling Book Of Selections From The Qur An

Author : O.P Ghai
ISBN : 9788120790612
Genre : Religion
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"The Qur’an is one of the most widely read books in the world. For more than fourteen hundred years the Qur’an has remained one of the major sources of inspiration for a good life for millions across the seven continents. The Selections from the Qur’an rendered by Mr. Ghai into clear intelligible English, is a bold and creative attempt to bring to the attention of the common people, the essence and wide range of the teachings of the Qur’an. It would undoubtedly be a source of knowledge, enlightenment and inspiration. It would promote a better understanding of Islam and of the message that Muhammad conveyed to all mankind - Rasheeduddin Khan To the ever-growing number of English-speaking readers looking for a volume which will tell them the essential message of the Qur’an in one sitting, I cannot commend a book as readily as the present one. - S. A. Ali, former Director ,Institute of Islamic Studies, Hamdard University
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Ma Sarada The Miracle Of Love

Author : Prof M. Sivaramkrishna
ISBN : 8120794524
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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India's rich cultural legacy has been founded on the abiding faith of the Indians in the divine power, whose worship had found expression through dance. 'Bhakti' or devotion was the underlying essence of the various dance forms that developed in India. Indian Classical Dances is a unique presentation of the eight classical dance styles - Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Mohiniyattam, Odissi and Sattriya, through a concise portrayal of the background of each dance form, the salient features, format of presentation, music and costume. The simplistic approach of the narration coupled with the unique collection of photographs, will enable the lay reader to visualise, comprehend and appreciate the diverse dance forms of India.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Politeia

Author : Plato
ISBN : 353424060X
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