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Video: Demonstration of the Matsya Mudra from Dashavatara Dance
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Matsya, the Fish: The outstretched thumbs represent the fins of the fish. The raised leg represents the fish's tale.
Video: Demonstration of the Matsya Mudra from Dashavatara Dance
Video: Demonstration of the Narasimha Mudra from Dashavatara Dance
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Narasimha, the Man-Lion: The left hand represents an animal. The raised thumb on the right hand is a sign that represents man.
Video: Demonstration of the Narasimha Mudra from Dashavatara Dance
Video: Demonstration of the Kalki Mudra from Dashavatara Dance
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Kalki: The left hand represents the horse and the right hand represents the scepter.
Video: Demonstration of the Kalki Mudra from Dashavatara Dance
Video: Demonstration of the Parasurama Mudra from Dashavatara Dance
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Parasurama: The left hand is in a fist to show power. The right hand represents the symbol of an ax.
Video: Demonstration of the Parasurama Mudra from Dashavatara Dance
Video: Demonstration of the Rama Mudra from Dashavatara Dance
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Rama: The left hand with thumb extended represents a bow. The right hand is pulling back the bow.
Video: Demonstration of the Rama Mudra from Dashavatara Dance
Website: The Civil War in Art: Teaching & Learning through Chicago Collections
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"The Civil War in Art: Teaching and Learning through Chicago Collections" is intended to help teachers and students learn about the Civil War—its causes and effects—and connect to the issues, events...
Website: <em>The Civil War in Art: Teaching &amp; Learning through Chicago Collections</em>
Artwork Resource Packet: America Windows by Marc Chagall
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Presented as a gift to the Art Institute of Chicago in 1977, the America Windows remain an integral symbol of the city’s longstanding relationship with the arts. Artist Marc Chagall began...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>America Windows</em> by Marc Chagall

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