Asamyutha hasta viniyoga – grade 2

Pataka Hasta Viniyoga

 Shloka:

Natyarambhaevaarivahaevanaivastunishedhanae

Kuchasthalaenishayam cha nadyamamaramandalae

Turangaekhandanaevayoshayanaegamanodyamae

Pratapae cha prasadae cha chandrikayam Ghana tapae

Kavaadapaatanaesaptavibhaktyarthaetharangae

Veedipraveshabhavepisamatvae cha angaragakae

Aatmarthaeshapathaechapaethooshnim bhava nidharshanae

Thaalapatrae cha kheitae cha dravyadisparshanaethatha

Aashirvadaekriyayam cha nrupasreshtasya

ThatraThatretivachanaesindhyo cha sukruthikramae

 Sambhodhanaepurogaepaekhadgarupasyadharanae

Masaesamvathsaraevarshadinaesammarjanaethatha

Yevamardhyeshuyujanthaepataka hasta bhavanaha ”

 Meaning

Natyarambhae – Beginning of the dance

Vaarivahae – Rain clouds

Vanai – Forest

Vastunishedhanae – to deny, object, avoid

Kuchasthalae – Bossom

Nisha – Night

Nadyam – River

Amaramandalae – Heaven

Thurangae –Horse

Khandanae – Cutting

Vayo – Wind

Shayanae – Sleeping

Gamanodhyamae – to go

Prataapae – Show power

Prasaadae – favour

Chandrika – Moon light

Ghana tapae – Scorching sunlight

Kavaadapaatana – Opening & closing door

Sapthavibhakthiyarthaae – ending of the seven cases

Tharangae – Waves

Veedipravesha – Entering a street

Samatvae – Equality

Angaragakae – Massaging or applying sandal paste

Aathmarthae – Oneself

Shapathae – Take an oath

Thooshnim bhava nidharshanam – Slience, Secret act

Thaalapatrae- Palm leaf, write letter

Kheitae – Shield

Dravyadissparshanae – touching things

Ashirvadae – Blessing

Nrupasreshtasya – Powerful king

ThathraTatretivachanae – To say ‘this’ or ‘that’/to show this place or that place

Sindhyo – Ocean

Sukrithikramae – To be good

Sambhodhanam – Address someone

Purogaipae – To move forward

KhadgaRoopasyaDharanae– Wearing a Sword/Drawing a sword up

Masae – Month

Samvathsarae – Year

Varshadinae – Rainy day

Sammarjanae – To sweep