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The Palm-leaf Manuscripts and the Sangita Texts

Title:The Palm-leaf Manuscripts and the Sangita Texts
Author:(n/a)
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 42 Issue no. 2; December 1990, p. 33-40
Abstract:In Orissa, besides epigraphical, inscriptional, archaeological, and sculptural evidence, there are a number of palm-leaf manuscripts containing information about the technique of the Odissi dance. They are often illustrated with sketches showing the body positions and movements. Sangita texts (texts on music) have also provided useful references and often give information on dance as well.

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