DRISHTI BHEDA

The shlokam for the Drishti Bheda is as follows:

Samam alokitam sachi pralokitam
Nimilite ullokita anuvritte chaivaavalokitam

  1. The Viniyogam Of Samam Is:
    Naatyarambhe thulaayaamcha chaapyanya chinthaa vinishchayeh
    Aascharyeh devataaroope sama drishti rudhaahruthaa
    Meaning: Beginning of dance, scale (physical balance), effort to think what the other person is thinking, certainly, surprise to look at the image of god.
  2. Viniyogam Of AAlolitam:
    Kulaalchakra bramaneh sarva vastu pradarshane
    Yaachnyanyaamcha prayoktavyam aalokita nireekshanam
    Meaning: Circular movements of potter’s wheel, to show all things, begging.
  3. Viniyogam Of Saachi:
    Ingithey shmashru sparshey sharalakshyeh shukay smrutav
    Soochnaayaam cha kaaryaanam naatyeh saachi nireekshanam
    Meaning: Look to the side (denote hinting), to touch the moustache, drawing an arrow, parrot, to pont out the remembrance of the past, dance.
  4. Viniyogam Of Pralokhitam:
    Ubhayoho paarshvayorvastu nirdeshyeh cha prasamjithey
    Chalanay bhudhijaatyeh cha pralokhita nireekshanam
    Meaning: It is used to denote things situated on both sides, happiness, moving, idiocy (idiotic situation).
  5. Viniyogam Of Nimilithe:
    AAshivisheh paaravasheyeh jape dhyane namaskrutav
    Ummaadhey sooksha drushtavcha cha nimilita drishti reerita
    Meaning: Showing a snake, being under another man’s power, prayer, meditation, salute, madness, keen observation.
  6. Viniyogam Of Ullokita:
    Dwajaagrey gopure deva mandale poorvajanmanee
    Auvnathyeh chandrikadhaav ullokita nireekshanam
    Meaning: Flag, temple tower, heavens, previous birth, places of height, moonlight.
  7. Viniyogam Of Anuvritte:
    Kopadrishtou priyamanthreh anuvritta nireekshanam
    Meaning: Angrily look, calling with affection.
  8. Viniyogam Of Avalokhita:
    Chayalokay, vicharey chayaryaam patanashrameh
    Swanngaavalokhane yaane avalokhitmuchyate
    Meaning: Looking at the shadow, Reflection, to do exercise, effort to study, fatigue, looking at one’s own limbs.