from G.Venu "Mudras in Kathakali: Notations of 373 Hand Gestures", Nataka Kairali, 1984, via 神戸芸術工科大学紀要芸術工学2005 | 手の象徴性 ーアジアの演劇的世界から- 今村文彦  http://kiyou.kobe-du.ac.jp/05/commentary/14-01.html

from G.Venu "Mudras in Kathakali: Notations of 373 Hand Gestures", Nataka Kairali, 1984, via 神戸芸術工科大学紀要芸術工学2005 | 手の象徴性 ーアジアの演劇的世界から- 今村文彦 http://kiyou.kobe-du.ac.jp/05/commentary/14-01.html

Actor explaining different hand signs (they dont speak during the show) on Kathakali traditional performance of Kerala, south India

Actor explaining different hand signs (they dont speak during the show) on Kathakali traditional performance of Kerala, south India

Actor explaining different face movements to express mood in traditional Kathakali performance, Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, south India

Actor explaining different face movements to express mood in traditional Kathakali performance, Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, south India


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