Tīrmāna aḍavu 2

Meaning: Finishing or Concluding steps  

Mandala: Araimandi 

Hasta’s: Alapadma, Pataka 

Solkattu: Kitataka dharikita tom

This tirmana adavu involves twisting the body around and the arm is stretched to the back, then upwards and ends in front of the body as a diagonally stretched arm with Alapadma hasta.

Three basic types

1.Kitataka dharikita tom 

Kitataka : Stamp on the right foot. Right arm stretched out in front in pataka. Left arm stretched sideways in pataka.

Dharikita tom: Perform di di tai starting from right foot. Twist the body around and left arm is stretched to the back, then upwards and ends in front of the body as a diagonally stretched arm with Alapadma hasta

2. Tat, Kitataka dharikita tom

Tat: Stamp on left foot. Left arm stretched out in front in pataka. Right arm stretched sideways in pataka.

Kitataka: Stamp on the right foot. Arms stay as above

Dharikita tom: Perform di di tai starting from left foot. Twist the body around and right arm is stretched to the back, then upwards and ends in front of the body as a diagonally stretched arm with Alapadma hasta

3.  Tat dhit Kitataka dharikita tom

Tat: Stamp on the right foot. Right arm stretched out in front in pataka. Left arm stretched sideways in pataka.

Dhit: Stamp on the left foot. Arms stay as above

Kitataka : Stamp on the right foot. Arms stay as above.

Dharikita tom: Perform di di tai starting from right foot. Twist the body around and left arm is stretched to the back, then upwards and ends in front of the body as a diagonally stretched arm with Alapadma hasta