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Tatta Adavu in Bharatanatyam

I have written about Tatta Adavu and its variations (Steps) earlier. Today I have the Video for all the Tatta Adavu variations.


Please look at the below postings for detailed explanation of the Tatta Adavu variations.

Tatta Adavu- First Step

Tatta Adavu- Second step

Tatta Adavu- Third step

Tatta Adavu- Fourth step

Tatta Adavu- Fifth step

Tatta Adavu- Sixth step


  1. Dr. Vaishali Ashar

    Hello Anjali,

    I was so pleased to see your website and various videos on it. For students like myself who are settled outside UK this is invaluable resource. I am a beginner and have had difficulties in find a teacher in UK. I have had on and off teachers but none consistent. I am so pleased with the videos on the website that it helps me keep up with the practice even in the absence of teachers!!

    Keep up the good work.

    God Bless You.

  2. Anjali

    Thanks a lot for your blessings, Dr Vaishali. These words are so precious to me. I am proud of the fact that Indians abroad are taking lots of efforts to keep our rich culture alive. Salaam to all out there. Keep writing to me about your progress and any suggestion to improve on my part. Again Thank you very much

  3. Rani

    Hi Anjali,

    I am in New Jersey currently. I am a beginner to dance. I am glad having just discovered your website. I always wanted to learn classical dance.But being abroad(different countires) most of the time , it became almost impossible to accomplish my dream. This site is just perfect for me. I really appreciate the way you explain in detail. I almost feel like I am in the presence of a teacher while watching the video.

    I am very serious about learning dance and I would gradually like to first learn the steps and then jathis and then atleast one song and then perform. Do you think that I will be able to do that through this site or am I being greedy. :-)Hence if possible please keep updating this site with more videos.

    I just dont have enough words to thank you. My Best wishes to you.

  4. Anjali

    Thanks Rani, for your good wishes. I wish may your dream come true very soon. And with such a strong desire and sincere efforts you will be able to give good performances in future. But do not hurry when learning Classical dance . It requires a lot of patience and practice on part of the student to master the this art . So best of luck. And I shall keep doing my best to help you all out there through this Blog.


    hi! very nice learning process. i had done this so long ago, i forgotten so many thing. now my daughter does this. but they do not know regarding all mudras. i had forgot so many. if you can post the mudras and meaning. thank you.



  6. Anjali

    Hi Vimisha, nice to know about your learning. My good wishes to your daughter who is following your footsteps. Check the index page for Asamyukta hastas, I will be covering all the mudras soon. Also check the Resources page for link that shows all the Mudras. Keep adding your feedback as it gives me direction on improving the site. Thanks a lot for your kind words.

  7. cini jose

    dear Anjali,
    I am really thankful to you. i never got a chance to learn the lessons because it was a costly for my parents .i am 40yrs old.i am learning from you.i love dancing.i like the way you explain are so sincere and dedicated.

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