Mohiniattam

Mohiniattam

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Mohiniattam Costume

Mohiniattam Costume are Originated from south india state Kerala. A traditional Dance form Suitable for all Age Groups. These are made out of 2 sarees in quality called Original Kasavu Sarees or from Cotton Mundu Sarees. Mohinattam are usually in Base white colour and Gold Borders to it, New additions are having Coloured Borders on costumes

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Mohiniattam Costume

Mohiniattam Costume are Originated from south india state Kerala. A traditional Dance form Suitable for all Age Groups. These are made out of 2 sarees in quality called Original Kasavu Sarees or from Cotton Mundu Sarees. Mohinattam are usually in Base white colour and Gold Borders to it, New additions are having Coloured Borders on costumes

Mohiniattam or Mohiniyattam is an Indian classical dance form that evolved in the state of Kerala, India, and is counted among the two popular dance arts of the state, the other being Kathakali. Although its roots date back to the age-old Sanskrit Hindu text on performing arts called ‘Natya Shastra’, similar to other Indian classical dance forms, Mohiniattam adheres to the Lasya type that showcases a more graceful, gentle and feminine form of dancing. Mohiniattam derives its name from the word ‘Mohini’, a female avatar of Lord Vishnu. Conventionally a solo dance performed by female artists, it emotes a play through dancing and singing where the song is customarily in Manipravala which is a mix of Sanskrit and Malayalam language and the recitation may be either performed by the dancer herself or by a vocalist with the music style being Carnatic.

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