As Shivaratri approaches, the number of people searching for Shiva Tandava on Google and watching Tandava dance on YouTube is skyrocketing. One of the dances that can be found on YouTube by searching for Tandava has been viewed more than 250 million times. Another orgasm has been viewed more than 90 million times.
Many other Tandava dances have also been watched millions of times. Rhythms, words, and styles vary, but Damru’s drumming sound and energetic variety of orgy dances abound on YouTube.Scholars associate Tandava with Lord Shiva. That is why the number of people seeking Tandava dance has increased significantly as Shivaratri approaches.
What Is Tandava?
Bidur Poudel, a theologian and former vice-chancellor of Mahendra Sanskrit University, says, “Shiva Tandava is considered to be the creation of the universe. Tandava is the reaction of physical substances like protons and newtons. According to the scriptures, Shiva Tandava is a dance performed by Shiva.
Referring to ancient legends, Poudel says, It was while Panini was doing penance to Shiva that Panini attained the perfection of grammar through Shiva Tandava. He says Shivaji does not have to speak. Dumdum, dumdum, dumdum, one gets knowledge, one gets devotion. Tandava describes creation from eternity. That is the dance of Shiva.
According to Poudel, there is a comprehensive description of Tandava in Tantra scriptures. Other scriptures also describe Tandava. Who commits orgies?
Poudel said that Lord Shiva creates orgy while creating everything. Even those who want to please Lord Shiva seem to be committing orgies.
Poudel said that there is a lot of talk about Shivatandavastotram composed by Ravana, the demon king’ known as the great Shiva devotee. Theologians believe that Shiva is proficient in Tandava dance and Parvati Laksha and he is the best dancer.
On the one hand, the interpretation of Dharmashastra is, in modern times, Tandava has been taught as a classical dance. How to do Tandava dance?
Suresh Mishra, a connoisseur of classical dance, performs Tandav himself and teaches others. Saying that his family has been involved in dance, singing, and playing for ten generations, Mishra says that he has learned Tandav from his parents since childhood.
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According to him, Veer Tandava, Raudra Tandava, Shringar Tandava, Rakshasa Tandava, Krodha Tandava, Sanhar Tandava and Uma Tandava are performed.
Mishra says that one should be able to explain things through one’s creative expression during orgasm. But some theologians believe that Shiva is only Tandava. Vidura Poudel says, “Brahma and Vishnu also dance from time to time but it is not called Tandava. Shivaji’s Tandava is only pure Tandava. Shivaji’s creation is Tandava.”
Some may or may not agree with the different interpretations and perceptions about Tandav, but one can probably agree with the saying of Mishra, who recently retired from teaching dance at Padma Kanya Campus: “Tandav is different from others. Tandav requires special energy.”
A commentary on Shivatandavastotram written by Ravan, Akashneelam Govind Sanskrit Associate Professor, TriviaLord Shankara is the originator of the Tandava form. The reason why Shiva is called Nataraja is the Tandava dance. In Sanskrit, the word Tandava means violent, restrained, or uncontrollable. However, the scriptures also describe Durga Tandava, Bhairav Tandava, and Ram Tandava.
Mahishasurmardini Durga is said to have performed Tandava after the slaying of Mahishasura and Lord Rama after the conquest of Ravana. But Tandava dance is basically the dance of Nataraja Shankar.
When heroic and disgusting juices are mixed, there is orgasm. Linguistic rhetoric or verbal experimentation is a form of harassment or arrogance rather than orgasm. But Tandava dance is beautiful worship of nature. It opens up the whole of the idea or the brain and expands our academic horizons as a whole.
The theologians say that the Tandava dance in dance and the Pandi war in war is the beginning of a new era. Tandava dance reveals energy and consciousness.
In this dance of Shivaji, it is mentioned in Shiva Purana that all the constellations, planets, earth, and the universe vibrate. Rakshasaraja Ravana is believed to have composed the Shiva Tandava hymn in the Treta era, which is very popular even in the modern generation who find it very difficult to recite Sanskrit verses and mantras.
This hymn consisting of 15 verses is composed of five chamar verses and its language is very interesting and mature. It is mentioned that Ravana built Lankapuri by pleasing Lord Shankar with the hymn of this hymn. The first verse describes the Tandava dance: Jatatvi-galangal-private-pavitasthale.Chakar Chandatandavam Tanotu Na: Shiva: Shivam
Namely, the one who wears a huge garland of serpents wrapped around his own neck, sanctified by the water of the Ganges flowing from the jungle-like forest, and rejoices in the sound of the dum dum sound coming out of the drum, which he danced with great fervor. May the same Shivaji bless us.
Wildlife, forests, and environmental consciousness are also manifested here. According to mythology, Lord Shankara wears the Ganges on his forehead and the moon on his head. So Shivaji’s other name is Chandramouli.
The implication is that the brain should always be cool in the face of adversity. The cleanliness of the Ganges and the coolness of the moon being on Shankara’s head certainly convey the same feeling.
This psalm is full of difficult and meaningful words. Some of the expressions contained in the verses – whose forehead-like fire is blazing. Parvati, the daughter of the mountain king, is overjoyed to see the whole direction illuminated by her headdress. From whose point of view great sufferings are stopped. Keep my heart on such Digambari Shiva. The fact that nature is a beautiful human achievement is understood by depicting the sky as a garment.
This psalm conveys the feeling that man should focus on the inner spiritual light rather than the outer covering. Repeated descriptions of the Ganges and the fire-sparkling Shiva explain the importance of the aquatic element and the taigas element. This verse also depicts a very beautiful nature through the description of Giri Kandra, Durham Vithi, etc.
Literary point of view is also very deep literature in it. From a spiritual point of view, a devotee seeks the Bhagavad Gita or salvation.Sometimes Nilipanirjarinikunjkotre Vasan.Vimuktadurmati: Sada Shir Sthamanjalin Vahan.Shivani mantramuchcharan Kada sukhi bhavamyaham. (13th verse)
That is to say, when will I attain eternal bliss (salvation) by reciting all the evil thoughts of Lord Shankara with a very good forehead, abandoning all my evil thoughts, placing my hands on my head, and chanting ‘Shiva Mantra’ with troubled eyes? This hymn, which has become popular among the modern generation even in Nepal, India, and western countries, is also powerful from an aesthetic point of view.
This hymn, sung in new styles and styles of classical and modern music, has many rhythms. It has been used extensively in many movies and plays. It is said in the last verse of this hymn that Shivaji is happy to give many kinds of enduring wealth and stable glory by reciting this hymn regularly. Lakshmi is always a happy provider, Shambhu