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भारतीय शास्त्रीय नृत्य, वा शास्त्रीय नृत्य, धार्मिक हिन्दू परम्पराक नृत्य शैली छी जकर सिद्धान्त आ व्यवहार संस्कृत पाठ नाट्य शास्त्रसँ आएल मानल जाइत अछि ।[१][२][३][४][५][६]

भारतमे मान्यता प्राप्त शास्त्रीय नृत्यक सङ्ख्या ८ वा बेसी अछि, जे स्रोत आ विद्वानक आधारपर निहित अछि ।[७][४] भारतक सङ्गीत नाटक एकेडमीभरतनाट्यम्, कथक, कुचिपुड़ी, ओड़िसी, कथकली, सत्त्रिया, मणिपुरीमोहिनीअट्टमक शास्त्रीय नृत्यक रुपमे मान्यता प्रदान केनए अछि ।[८] विद्वानसभमे ड्रीड विलियम्स छऊ, यक्षगणभागवत मेलाक सेहो सूचीमे जोड़ने अछि ।[९][३] जबकि भारतक सांस्कृतिक मन्त्रालय छऊ नृत्यक सेहो शास्त्रीय नृत्यक रूपमे मान्यता प्रदान केनए अछि । प्रत्‍येक विधा विशिष्‍ट समय व वातावरणक प्रभावक कारण आकार लेने अछि । राष्‍ट्र शास्‍त्रीय नृत्‍यक बहुतेक विधासभके प्रस्तुत करैत अछि, जाहिमेसँ प्रत्‍येकक सम्बन्ध देशक विभिन्‍न भागसभसँ अछि । प्रत्‍येक विधा कोनो विशिष्‍ट क्षेत्र अथवा व्‍यक्तिसभक समूहक लोकाचारक प्रतिनिधित्‍व करैत अछि ।[१][२][४][५][६]

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  1. १.० १.१ Julius Lipner (2012). Hindus: Their Religious Beliefs and Practices. Routledge. प॰ 206. आइएसबिएन 978-1-135-24061-5. https://books.google.com/books?id=qv3fCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA206. , Quote: "It would be appropriate here to comment on Hindu classical dance. This developed in a religious context and was given high profile as part of temple worship. There are a number of regional and other styles as well as source texts, but the point we wish to stress is the participative nature of such dance. In form and content, the heart of dance as worship in Hinduism has always been 'expression' (abhinaya), i.e. the enacting of various themes".
  2. २.० २.१ Jean Holm; John Bowker (1994). Worship. Bloomsbury Academic. प॰ 85. आइएसबिएन 978-1-85567-111-9. https://books.google.com/books?id=s_nUAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA85. , Quote: Hindu classical dance-forms, like Hindu music, are associated with worship. References to dance and music are found in the vedic literature, (...)".
  3. ३.० ३.१ Frank Burch Brown (2013). The Oxford Handbook of Religion and the Arts. Oxford University Press. pp. 195-196. आइएसबिएन 978-0-19-972103-0. https://books.google.com/books?id=X8g8BAAAQBAJ. , Quote: All of the dances considered to be part of the Indian classical canon (Bharata Natyam, Chhau, Kathak, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Mohiniattam, Odissi, Sattriya and Yakshagana) trace their roots to religious practices (...) the Indian diaspora has led to the translocation of Hindu dances to Europe, North America and the world."
  4. ४.० ४.१ ४.२ James G. Lochtefeld (2002). The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Hinduism: N-Z. The Rosen Publishing Group. pp. 467. आइएसबिएन 978-0-8239-3180-4. https://books.google.com/books?id=g6FsB3psOTIC&pg=PA467. , Quote: "the Natyashastra remains the ultimate authority for any dance form that claims to be 'classical' dance, rather than 'folk' dance".
  5. ५.० ५.१ Ragini Devi 1990, pp. 60-68.
  6. ६.० ६.१ Mohan Khokar (1984). Traditions of Indian classical dance. Clarion Books. pp. 57–58. https://books.google.com/books?id=prjnAAAAMAAJ. 
  7. Sarwal, Amit; Walker, David (२०१५), "Staging a Cultural Collaboration: Louise Lightfoot and Ananda Shivaram", Dance Chronicle 38 (3): 305–335, डिओआई:10.1080/01472526.2015.1088286 
  8. Bishnupriya Dutt; Urmimala Sarkar Munsi (2010). Engendering Performance: Indian Women Performers in Search of an Identity. SAGE Publications. प॰ 216. आइएसबिएन 978-81-321-0612-8. https://books.google.com/books?id=uNaGAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA216. 
  9. Williams 2004, pp. 83-84, the other major classical Indian dances are: Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Odissi, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Sattriya, Cchau, Manipuri, Yaksagana and Bhagavata Mela.

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