Definition of Invocatory. Meaning of Invocatory. Synonyms of Invocatory

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Definition of Invocatory

Invocatory
Invocatory In"vo*ca*to*ry, a. Making or containing invocation; invoking.

Meaning of Invocatory from wikipedia

- dancers, the priest stands in the middle of the line. He sings a line of invocatory song while all the others play the musical instruments, flex the knees...
- Roxana (2012). "Flows of Words and Flows of Blessing: The Poetics of Invocatory Speech among the Sa'dan Toraja". Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde...
- get the audience's attention. An invocatory item may usually follow the varnam. After the varnam and/or invocatory item, the artist sings longer compositions...
- flower and anjali means offering with folded hands. Pushpanjali is also an invocatory dance conducted at the beginning of a Bharatnatyam performance. It is...
- achieved by mani****ting the letters of the Hebrew alphabet. [...] This invocatory technique may be traced through the works of Joseph Gikatilla to the famous...
- Nāgānanda tells the story of the Bodhisattva Jīmūtavāhavana, and the invocatory verse at the beginning is dedicated to the Buddha, described in the act...
- Bhumatoi" Sirivennela Sitaramasastri Rita Thyagarajan 5:16 7. "Ambaparaku Deviparaku" Kuchipudi traditional invocatory D.S.V. Sastry 2:23 Total length: 32:02...
- by them is featured on the cover of Fanged Noumena. "KataςoniX" is an invocatory text intended to be read aloud that was written for a multimedia presentation...
- (Ettuthokai) in the Sangam literature. It is a collection of 400 love poems with invocatory poem dedicated to Perumal. The collected poems were composed by 144 poets...
- Melkote, for which he issued a Kannada decree that the Shrivaishnava invocatory verses there should be recited in the traditional form. The temple at...