The integrated approach of the traditional Indian worldview perceived truth, goodness, and beauty (Satyam, Shivam, Sundaram) as inalienable aspects of that state of being called Brahman, and all arts were conceived as paths to this exaltation of mental effort with aesthetic fulfilment or rasa identified with what Dr Ananda Coomaraswamy described as "the self perceiving the self" or the micro becoming one with the macro. The arts demand "a willed introversion of a creative mind" with all arts being regarded as means rather than ends in themselves. So a state of mind rather than aesthetic intention becomes important. Pretty art emphasising passing feelings and personal emotion is neither beautiful nor true.Presented by S. Sarada of Kalakshetra Introduced by Leela Venkataraman13 episode Session
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