Nataraj: Shiva as Lord of the Dance
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Learners "read" the meaning of the Nataraj, understand the various aspects of Hinduism that the Nataraj symbolizes, and understand the importance of samsara.
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Young scholars read" the meaning of the Nataraj, explore the various aspects of Hinduism that the Nataraj symbolizes; examine the importance of the samsara, moksha, and consider the Nataraj one of the finest works of art anywhere in the...
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