MUSIC IN TEMPLES OF KHAJURAHO(WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO LAKSHMAN TEMPLE AT KHAJURAHO)

Anamica Dubey

Abstract


Music is the most prominent way to express inner voice. It is an essential part of life;it is present since evolution of universe, music in trees, flowing waters ,chirping of birds, blowing wind, thunder and so on and each movement of nature.The chanting of hymns in Vedas, dancing figures of harappan civilization and various cultural festivals and different activities of daily life all shows the importance of music. Some music encourages and creates legendry some mourns the real life to a dead and some takes to the zenith of material pleasure. Itsimportance in various spheres of human life is well depicted in Khajuraho temples. Though the temples are rich in various aspects of art but here we are going to discuss its elaboration of music in various activities of human life.


Keywords


Hudak, Jagati, Castanet, Rasa theory

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References


Area Bendix december 9 2014

V. A. Smith 2011 greenage books

Vidya Prakash, Khajuraho, Bombay 1967

Krishna Deva,Temples of Khajuraho, New Delhi 20th march,1990


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