The name “Bayadere” (from the Portuguese word bailhadera) is an European term for Devadasi, female dancers from India clothed in bright costumes, usually made out of striped fabric. The Bayaderas were women chosen to be married to deities and become temple dancers, in fact, according to the indian temple worship rules, dance and music are vital aspects of the daily worshiping rituals for temple deities.
Bayaderes were called akhanda saubhagyavati ("women never separated from good fortune"), they were treated with due respect and often presented with gifts. Their main duties were to take care of a temple and learn classical Indian dances, which they would perform at temple rituals.
Inspired by the fabric of the Devadasi’s dresses, the Auris Bayadere 3 is a powerful music temple on his own, stable and elegant with an exceptional design that combines layers of high quality aluminum and dark shiny kerrock®, reminding the colored stripes of the indian silk.
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