1 edition of Bāṃlāra naṭa-naṭī found in the catalog.
In Bengali.Vol. 4- published by Paścimabaṅga Nāṭya Ākādemi.Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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It has the tip of the hand of the foe of Yama Lord of Death as the abode. It the hip is bound by the auspicious golden waistlet encompassed by the rays of the numerous invaluable gems studded therein.
They shine as the letter denoting the purport of the science of love May the beautiful chest of the foe of Daksha, that destroys the sin of those who always prostrate, guard us well.
May my mind dance always on the hip nitamba of the Lord of the entire world haveing crescent Moon on the head. It has the gait of the daughter of the Sun. It causes wonder by its beautiful braided hair.
e three demons in the form of the three worlds have become the target of that bow. Bāṃlāra naṭa-naṭī is fancied here whether the pair of shanks of Lord Siva were the two quivers taken from the god of love as he was all at once reduced to the state of a moth by the fire issuing forth from the eye of Bāṃlāra naṭa-naṭī.
They have their glory clearly perceived by dispelling the spreading rays of the rising sun. It has the splendour that is produced afresh again and again.
They are the circles encompassing the letters denoting the birth and death on the foreheads of lines of devotees.
They grow upwards on the front side of the navel water - basin which abound with the wealth of manure of fresh lustre.
They made the assembly of gods bowing at HIS feet doubt whether these two quivers from that foe Manmatha were taken out and placed down when the body of the God of Love was reduced at once to the state of a moth in he fire emanating from the eye of the Lord.
It has its tip resembling the flames of fire.
May the sound emanating from the gem-studded mrdanga i which makes the minds of the beings rejoice, ii which is conducive to the beautiful golden cymbals sporting in the tips of hands of the dancers, iii that could be identified with the dance of the peacock influencing the peahen to cry on account of its lofty sound as that of the cloud, -- remove our laziness.