This video is a humble providing on the divine ft of Lord Shiva.
Nataraaja Nataraaja Narthana Sundara Nataraaja
Shivaraaja Shivaraaja Shivakaami Priya Shivaraaja
(King of dance, stunning dancer, beloved of Parvati, Lord who danced at Chidambara, Lord of Puttaparti, Lord Shiva)
Nataraja (The Lord (or King) of Dance), is an outline of Lord Shiva because the cosmic dancer who performs his divine dance as part of his actions of creation and destruction. Nataraja is most frequently depicted by a statue. The dance of Shiva in Tillai, the standard title for Chidambaram kinds the motif for all of the depictions of Shiva as Lord of Dance, Nataraja. The shape is current in most Shiva temples in South India, and is the primary deity within the well-known temple at Chidambaram.
The sculpture is often made in bronze, with Shiva dancing in a aureole of flames, lifting his left leg (and in uncommon circumstances, the suitable leg) and balancing over a demon or dwarf (Apasmara) who symbolizes ignorance. It’s a well-known sculptural image in India and popularly used as a logo of Indian tradition.
The 2 commonest types of Lord Shiva’s dance are the Lasya (the mild erotic dance) that’s related to the creation of the world and the Tandava(the violent and the damaging dance) that’s related to the destruction of the world. In essence, the Lasya and the Tandava are simply two elements of Shiva’s nature; for he destroys with the intention to create, tearing all the way down to construct once more.