3 monthes ago - By Gurney Journey
Tribhanga is a classic stance in Indian sculpture that emphasizes the flowing, sensual line of the figure.
Like the contrapposto pose of European sculpture, it involves an uneven distribution of weight and a shifting of the axis through the pose.
Tribhanga literally means 'three parts break,' the breaks being in the neck, the waist, and the knee, giving the pose a gentle "S" movement.-- Tribhanga on Wikipedia
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