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The Tandava Nritya

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The Tandava Nritya
Lord Shiva Performing the Cosmic Dance
Homework: Identify the assembled audience.

See also:
Lord Ishwara Perfoming His Dance, Lord Ishwar in Tandava Nritya (the dance of destruction).


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