Jaar Adavu/ Sarikal Adavu
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The adavus in this category span a variety of feet articulations. The slide sometime occurs on the whole bottom of the foot. Sometimes in the ball of the foot, and other times on the heel, depending on the choice of the choreographer. These adavus can also vary greatly in levels and leg positions. Alidam, Samapadam, are used primarily.
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Jaar Adavu/ Sarikal Adavu 2
'Jaaru', literally means, to slide. This is also called the Sarikal Adavu. In the RK Method, we refer to the standing series that end in Samapada as the Jaar Adavu series and the other sliding Adavus that use Muzhumandi, and Aalidam as Sarikal adavus for simplicity.
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