Bhopal Arts And Culture News Delightful forms of Adishakti depicted through Bharatanatyam

Publish Date: | Fri, 08 Oct 2021 03:12 PM (IST)

Bhopal Arts And Culture News: Bhopal (Navdunia Reporter). After a gap of about six months, the stage was again decorated in the city. On the occasion of Shardiya Navratri, a three-day Siddha ceremony is being organized by Tribal Folk Kala and Boli Vikas Akademi by integrating various forms of Goddess with performing arts forms at the Muktakash platform of the Tribal Museum. This is the first major cultural event organized with physical presence after the outbreak of the second wave of Corona has stopped. In the ceremony organized from October 7 to 9, out of 108 forms of Goddess, Aadya Swarup in Bharatnatyam style, Durga Swarup in Gangaur and Kathak style and Jaya Swarup through Bundeli and contemporary dance forms through dance dramas as well as Devi The anthem of glory is composed in Bundeli, Bagheli and Nimari dialect. On the first day of the function, a performance was performed in Bharatnatyam style of Aadya Swaroop under the direction of famous classical dancer and guru Dr. Manju Mani Hatvalne.

The program started with Aadya dance drama. It is told in the presentation that one name of Uma or Durga is Aadya. After the end of the Holocaust, this goddess had appeared in the beginning. Aadya is the story of that Parashakti, which existed even before the origin of this world. That Parashakti, despite being formless, assumed a form and created a person with his brilliance, which was divided into three gunas- Satoguna, Rajoguna and Tamogun (Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar) and entrusted the task of the creation of this universe. Goddess Aadya comes voluntarily in the form of his consort and helps in the expansion of this universe. The article of the presentation was done by Vinay Upadhyay, lighting concept by Karthik Namdev, costumes, costumes and stage decoration by Vishal Hatvalne.

Jas songs recited in Bundeli

In the second presentation, by Deepa Srivastava and colleagues in Bundeli singing, the hymn of Lord Ganesha, Hari-Hari Duba Mein Gajanan… was performed. This was followed by the presentation of Mata’s Jas and Bhajans. In this song dedicated to Goddess Vindhyavasini in Bundelkhand, O Jagdambe Maiya on Kaisi Bikt Paharan…, Maiya ke Dhore doi kar jore tiriya bachan nene, Maharani Kholo Kivadiya…, I will come under the pretext of Maiya Tore Darshan ko… and finally He made the atmosphere devotional by singing the song ‘Languria’, ‘Ghutvan Khele Languria, Khele Languria…’ in Maiya’s building. Ustad Salim Allahwale on Harmonium on stage, Ustad Sabir Khan on Dholak, Sami Allah Wale on Hand Sovin, Saulat Allah Wale on Organ and Nandini Srivastava and Mukta Prakhar on Chorus.

it will happen today at the ceremony

On the second day of the ceremony, on October 8, Bagheli devotional singing by Sheela Tripathi and colleagues from Bhopal and Sanjay Mahajan of Barwah and colleagues will present Durga dance in Gangaur and Kathak style.

Posted By: Ravindra Soni

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