sábado, 9 de marzo de 2013

COMIENZO DEL MAHASHIVARATRI 2013 EN PRASHANTI NILAYAM


SRIRUDRAVIJAYAM BY PRASHANTHI DANCE GROUP 

Prashantinilayam,9th March 2013


This evening, on the eve of Maha Shivarathri, the Prasanthi Dance Group of students from SSSIHL, Prasanthi Nilayam presented a Musical Dance Presentation entitled 'Sri Rudra Vijayam' depicting the epochal battle between Lord Nataraja, the Eternal Cosmic Dancer and Daksha Prajapathi, son of Lord Brahma and ruler of Temple Town Varanasi, whose daughter Sati defied her father marrying Lord Shiva.
The story began with Lord Shiva along with His servitors visiting Temple Town Kasi, seeking food to appease His hunger. Being denied and insulted by the King, Daksha Prajapathi, Shiva calls out Mother Divine. Even as Mother Annapoorna Herself comes and feeds Shiva along with servitors, Shiva begins to dance in joy after appeasing His hunger. Enamoured by His beauty Daksha's daughter Sati falls for The Lord and marries Him against the wish of her father, Daksha Prajapathi.
Revengeful and full of feud Daksha arranges for a grand Yajna, purposely avoiding Lord Shiva and Sati. Snubbed by her father and treated with disdain, Sati was nonetheless calm, continuously pleading all and sundry for the honour of her husband. On seeing the shameless insult to her husband in His absence, and the repeated slights King Daksha and his courtiers railed at Shiva, she leaves her mortal frame, grieving for her Beloved Lord.
The story reaches its climax with Lord Shiva making His grant entry, dancing into the Yajna Hall, full of fury and fire, dancing to annihilate Daksha. Terrified and with remorse the others propitiates Lord Shiva and begging for His mercy to restore Daksha's life and to allow the sacrifice to be completed. She becomes calm, thus restoring Daksha back to life...
Compiling the story-line together, the presentation was interspersed with commentary, Shiva Strotrams, Veda chanting in the backdrop with Lord Nataraja dancing His steps in the middle.

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SRIRUDRAVIJAYAM DE DANZA GRUPO Prashanti
Prashantinilayam, 09 de marzo 2013


Esta noche, en la víspera de Maha Shivaratri, el Grupo de Danza Prasanthi de estudiantes de ISSSES, Prashanti Nilayam presentó una Presentación de Danza Musical titulado "Sri Rudra Vijayam 'que representa la batalla trascendental entre el Señor Nataraja, el bailarín cósmico Daksha Prajapati y Eterno, hijo de Señor Brahma y gobernante del Templo Ciudad Varanasi, cuya hija Sati desafió a su padre casarse con el Señor Shiva.
La historia comenzó con el Señor Shiva junto con sus servidores que visitan Ciudad del Temple Kasi, en busca de alimento para aplacar su hambre. Ser rechazado e insultado por el Rey, Daksha Prajapati, Shiva llama a la Madre Divina. A pesar de que Madre se Annapoorna viene y alimenta Shiva junto con servidores, Shiva se pone a bailar de alegría después de apaciguar su hambre. Enamorado de la hija de su belleza Daksha Sati se enamora y se casa con el Señor Él contra los deseos de su padre, Daksha Prajapati.
Vengativo y lleno de Daksha feudo organiza una gran Yajna, evitando a propósito Señor Shiva y Sati. Desairado por su padre y trata con desdén, Sati era no obstante tranquila, continuamente suplicando a propios y extraños por el honor de su marido. Al ver el insulto descarado a su marido en su ausencia, y la repetirse desaires rey Daksha y sus cortesanos criticó a Shiva, ella deja su cuerpo mortal, de duelo por su amado Señor.
La historia llega a su punto culminante con Lord Shiva toma su entrada de permiso, bailando en el salón de Yajna, lleno de furia y fuego, bailando para aniquilar a Daksha. Aterrado y con remordimiento los demás propicia Señor Shiva y rogando por su misericordia para restaurar la vida de Daksha y permitir el sacrificio de su conclusión. Ella se calma, restaurando así Daksha volver a la vida ...
Compilar el story-line juntos, la presentación se intercalan con los comentarios, Shiva Strotrams, Veda cantando en el escenario con el Señor Nataraja baila sus pasos en el medio.

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