Kathak Preveshika Poorna Syllabus In English Gandharva Mahavidyalaya

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Kathak Preveshika Poorna Syllabus In English

Kathak

Exam marks

Total marks- 125 

Theory-50

Practical-75     

Theory    

(1).Brief history of Kathak dance (in 10 to 15 sentences).

(2).Definition of Aamad, Toda, Tukda, Tatkar, Paran, Chakkadar, Kavitta, Tihai, Ang, Pratyang, Upang, Gat Bhav, Hasta Mudra, etc. with examples.       

(3).-

(a).Definition of Lok dance and knowing the names of five regional Lok dances.

(b) Name of seven dance styles along with their regions.

(4).Disjointed hand gestures :- Experiment :- (Abhinay Darpan). 1. Kapitha, 2. Katkamukh, 3. Suchi, 4. Chandrakala, 5. Padmakosh, 6. Sarpshirsh, 7. Mrigashirsh, 8. Simhmukh, 9. Kangul, 10. Alapadma,11.Chatur,Bhramar,17. Hansasya, 14. Hanspaksha, 15. Sandesh, 16. Mukul, 17. Tamrachud, 18. Trishul.

(5).Biography of a famous Kathak artist (in 10 sentences).

(6).Names of the present five tabla players who accompany Kathak dance.

(7).-

(a) Writing – 1 Tihai in Teentaal, 1 simple Aamad (Tathai, Tatthai), 1 Paran Judi Aamad, 1 Toda, 1 Paran, 1 Kavitta.

(b) In Jhaptaal, the Thah of the Theka (equal), Dugun, 1 Tihai, 1 Toda, 1, Sada Aamad, 1Paran.

(c) Writing Theka of Dadra and Keharwa taal with taal mark.   

Practical         

(1).Teentaal:- 1. Thaat, 2. Paran judi Aamad,1. Rangamanch Pramaan 4. Toda (at least three repetitions), 2. Paran, 2. Chakkdar Paran, 1 Kavit, 1 Chakkdar Tihai.

(2).Aadhi,Barabar,Dugun,Chaugun,Aathgun in Tritaal including Tihai, Baant Tihai in Tritaal including Tihai.

Gat Nikas – Mor Mukut,Ghunghat,Bansuri

(3).Gatbhav- Radha ka pani bharne jana, Krishana ka kankar se mataki phodana, Radha ka rusht hona, Krishana ka hasana etc.

(4).The names of the hand gestures shown in Gatbhav.

(5).Jhaptal:- 1. Thatt,1. Aamad,1.Tihai,2. Toda, 1. Toda Chakkdar, 1Paran. Tatkar Barabar ,Dugun, including Tihai.

(6).It is necessary to read all the Bol by clapping hands.

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