Kuditta Metta Adavu Seventh Variation (video) Anjali April 24, 2009 Learning 5 Comments The following video explains the seventh variation of kuditta Metta Adavu. The bols are the same Tai Gha Tai Ghi. The legs movements remaining the same throughout, only the hand movements change. Related posts: KudittaMetta Adavu in Bharatanatyam KudittaMetta Adavu First and second variation (video) Kudittamatta Adavu Third and Fourth variation (video) KudittaMetta Adavu Fifth and Sixth variation (video) Post navigation Previous Previous post: Kudittamatta Adavu Third and Fourth variation (video)Next Next post: KudittaMetta Adavu Fifth and Sixth variation (video) 5 Comments Disha August 29, 2010 at 6:42 pm hi Anjali, Thanks! your website is very well structured and detailed. Especially the videos, and the audio for practicing. I have been able to recall and practice most of my training after a gap of 10 years, living abroad, through your website. I had a question: is there a variation to the last Kuditta Metta adavu, I remember taking alapadma hasta at the back. best Disha Anjali Post author August 31, 2010 at 5:16 am @disha, you can come out with as many combination’s as you can. Thanks. Disha August 31, 2010 at 9:10 pm ok Thanks! calvin September 2, 2012 at 2:44 am 02SE?P12 Hello from Cairo: Well, I give up on all these ads posted by google which I hate. How did these ads get into your site????? I suppose that nothing can be done about this but I’m not watching your videos for some time. How can I or anyone learn when the screen is covered with 2 or 3 ads all at once. Yes, there are X;s in the left hand corner of the screen but… they will still pop up over and over again. Time to say good bye. Good bye over the screen??? calvin hodgdon August 5, 2014 at 1:13 am 05AUG14 Hello from Cairo Just to say “Hello” and wish you a great summer 2014!! Back to some of the adavus but don’t like the ads blocking the screen – thanks to google which I hate. Also. I would like to see the adavus in a continuous vdeo rather than as separate sets that make for always going back and forth, etc. So, I still have a great respect for this dance form and thanks to you for alll the info and demonstratons and a great job. Calvin W. Hodgdon El Marg, Cairo, Egypt. NO dancers here in Cairo so no classes or performances. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.