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The Dancer with Fish and Spread Legs

The Dancer with Fish and Spread Legs

The Dancer with Fish and Spread Legs

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2.1 ft x 1.0 ft x 0.4 ft
3.0 kg
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Dance has been defined as a motion that arises from emotion. The human body has a natural appetite for rhythm, and while dancing, not only does the dancer's body vibrate, but by its rhythmic character, also spurs the viewers to a vibrating response.

Underlying this celebration of dance is the distinct Indian attitude to the body and the senses. Neither is a temptation nor snare. The relationship of the body, senses, mind, intellect and soul is articulated in the Upanishads and is seminal to the world-view where the body is regarded as the abode of the divine and the divine descends in the body. Logically, the body beautiful is the temple of god and dance is a medium of invoking the divine within. Each form of dance - the stance, the movement and the context - is imbued with deep spiritual and symbolic significance. Dance reflects a state of being at the highest order of spiritual discipline (sadhana) and is hence considered a yoga. Its performance is a ritual act, a sacrifice of the personal self to a higher transcendental order. It is the medium which evokes the supreme state of bliss (ananda) and also the vehicle of release (moksha).

The metaphor of dance also lies at the heart of many creation myths. The life force expressed in the act of movement becomes a symbol of creation. Through the medium of dance, a woman embodies the progenitive powers of cosmic energy, through whom, according to an ancient dance treatise 'the entire phenomenal world is kindled into life.'

This voluptuous maiden dances with abandon, holding a fish in her right hand. The fish is an ancient symbol of the male phallus and sexual pleasure. Here the fish seeks her middle region, signifying the desire to mate with her generative organ. She spreads her legs wide open, allowing it sufficient convenience to do so.

The entire form of the lady is an unabashed celebration of eroticism, and sensuality drips from each and every pore of her body. Her high thrusting, almost monumental breasts, swell with passion, and an elaborate necklace falls within the deep chasm between these twin globes. This valley is popularly called the cleavage.


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