ANGIGA ABHINAYA

Angiga Abhinaya is shown by the body and the use of the limbs.
It can be further classified into three categories, namely, the anga, the Upanga and the pratyanga.
Anga – The angas include the following six parts of the body, head, hands, chest, sides (flanks), waist (hips) and feet. Some scholars include the neck also as an anga.
Upanga – Scholars classify the shoulders and the parts of the body above it as upangas. These are eyes, eye brows, chin, jaws, teeth, eye balls, nose, lips and the tongue.
Pratyanga – The shoulder blades, arms, back, belly, thighs (calves) and shanks are called the pratyangas. Some others have added the wrists, elbows and knees to it also.