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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The performers have their faces painted green and wear distinctive headgears. Arjuna nritham is also called “Mayilpeeli Thookkam” as the costume includes a characteristic garment made of mayilppeeli peacock feathers.
Articles needing additional references from April All articles chairtham additional references Commons category link is locally defined Commons category link is on Wikidata using P This article needs additional citations for arujna. The dance in mayilpeelithookkam is known as Pyattu. The strictly rhythm based songs called as “Kavithangal” and deal with various themes of the Puranas ancient Hindu scriptures.
Arjuna Charitham 1 Sulekha
The various dance movements arkuna closely similar to Kalarippayattu techniques. Bernier, Temple Arts of Kerala: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Before each song, the dancers explain the intricacies of the particular rhythm about to be employed and how this rhythm is translated into dance movements. Each “Kavitham” is composed to suit a specific rhythm.
This garment is worn around the waist in a similar fashion as the “uduthukettu” of Kathakali. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Arjunanritham.
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The all night performance of the dance form is usually presented solo or in pairs. Mayilpeeli Thookkam also called Arjuna Nritham the dance of Arjuna is a ritual art of Kerala performed by men of vilkurupp and ezhava mainly and is prevalent in the Bhagavathy temples of south Keralamainly in [Kottayam, Alappuzha districts.
Percussion instruments like the chenda, talachenda and ilathalam cymbal form the musical accompaniment.