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The traditional costume worn in Mohiniyattam is white with a gold border, and gold ornaments are worn. This costume with ivory and gold border makes it distinct from the other dance forms of India.
Mohiniyattam is a classical Indian dance, which by definition traces its repertoire to the foundational text Natya Shastra. Kerala, the region where this dance genre developed and is popular, has a long tradition of lasya style dances whose basics and structure may be at the root. The earliest evidence of Mohiniyattam, or a Mohiniyattam-like dance tradition is found in temple sculpture of Kerala.
The costume includes plain white or off-white such as ivory or cream colored sari embroidered with bright golden or gold laced colored brocade
In front of the sari, below the belt is pleated sheet with concentric bands in gold or saffron colors, which allow freedom of movement and assist in visually communicating the mudra to distant audienc. The dancer wears relatively simple jewelry and no masks, in contrast to the other major classical dance of Kerala called Kathakali. Her jewelry typically includes items on fingers, wrists, neck and ears .
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