Tīrmāna Aḍavu 1

Meaning: Finishing or concluding adavu

Mandala: Aramadi, Sthanaka

Hasta’s : Tripataka, can also use other hasta’s as per need

Solkattu: tai di di tai or tadhi gina tom

Also called Muktaya Adavu.These adavus are concluding steps in korvai’s.

Arm is extended forwards and moved along a straight line at shoulder
level to end to end behind with the hand gestures facing outwards or arm is stretched sideways

 

1) Tai Dhi Dhi Tai

Tai : Stamp on the right foot .Both hands in the center of the chest in tripataka
Dhi : Right leg forward in prekhana with right arm extended infront, with tripataka
facing upwards
Dhi : Stamp the left foot, right hand comes back to center both hands in tripataka
infront of the chest facing inwards
Tai : Stamp the right , the body turns to the side and the right arm outwards
to the back in tripataka or stretches sideways in tripataka

Repeat starting from left foot

2) Tai | Tai Dhi Dhi Tai

Tai : Stamp on the right foot. Both hands in centre of chest in tripataka

Tai: Stamp on the left foot. Both hands in centre of chest in tripataka

Dhi : Right leg forward in prenkhana with right arm extended in front, with tripataka
facing upwards
Dhi : Stamp the left foot, right hand comes back to centre both hands in tripataka
in front of the chest facing inwards
Tai : Stamp the right , the body turns to the side and the right arm outwards
to the back in tripataka or stretches sideways in tripataka

Repeat starting from left foot

3) Tai Tai | Tai Dhi Dhi Tai

Tai : Stamp on the right foot. Both hands in centre of chest in tripataka

Tai: Stamp on the left foot. Both hands in centre of chest in tripataka

Tai: Stamp on the right foot. Both hands in centre of chest in tripataka

Dhi : Right leg forward in prenkhana with right arm extended in front, with tripataka
facing upwards
Dhi : Stamp the left foot, right hand comes back to centre both hands in tripataka
in front of the chest facing inwards
Tai : Stamp the right , the body turns to the side and the right arm outwards
to the back in tripataka or stretches sideways in tripataka

Repeat starting from left foot