Lord Shiva Angry Tandav And Third Eye
Lord Shiva angry Tandav is a divine dance performed by the Hindu god Shiva. Shiva’s Tandava is described as a vigorous dance that is the source of the cycle of creation, preservation, and dissolution. While the Rudra Tandava depicts his violent nature, first as the creator and later as the destroyer of the universe, even of death itself; the Ananda Tandava depicts him as enjoying. In Shaiva Siddhanta tradition, Shiva as Nataraja (lit. “Lord of dance”) is considered the supreme lord of the dance.
Lord Shiva angry Tandav takes its name from Tandu (taṇḍu), the attendant of Shiva, who instructed Bharata (author of the Natya Shastra) in the use of Angaharas and Karanas, modes of the Tandava at Shiva’s order. In the Hindu scriptures there are at least seven types of Lord Shiva Angry Tandav. Ananda Tandava, Tripura Tandava, Sandhya Tandava, Samhara Tandava, Kali (Kalika) Tandava, Uma Tandava and Gauri Tandava.
Not just Lord Shiva angry tandav is known in the Hindu religion, The dance performed by Shiva’s wife Parvati in response to Shiva’s Tandava is known as Lasya, in which the movements are gentle, graceful and sometimes erotic. Some scholars consider Lasya to be the feminine version of Tandava. Lasya has 2 kinds, Jarita Lasya and Yauvaka Lasya.