Music Rituals in the Temples of South India - Volume 1 / Geetha Rajagopal.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: New Delhi : D. K. Printworld, 2009.Description: v. <1> : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cmISBN:
- 8124605386 (v.1)
- 8124605378 (set)
- 9788124605387 (v.1)
- 9788124605370 (set)
- 22 294.53509548 RAJ
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1. Role of Music in the Vedas. 2. Music as a Form of Worship. 3. The Bhakti Movement. 4. The Role of Temples in Promoting Music. 5. The Nayanmars. 6. The Alvars. 7. Temple of Lord Venkatesvara - Tirumala ( Music Rituals in detail with Photographs)
8. Comparisons between the works of Alvars and Nayanmars. 9. Contribution of the Devasasis to the Temple Music Tradition. 10. Music Traditions in the Temples of Tamil Nadu. 11. Vocal Music. 12. Instrumental Music. 13. Dance Forms as Rituals in Temples. 14. Festivals in Temples. 15. Inscriptions of Information on music in the Temples. 16. Sculptures of Dance and Music in Temples. 17. Unique Music Traditions in Some Temples. 18. Centres that Promoted Temple Art Forms. 19. A few Important Centres to Visit.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -252).
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