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The Mahari tradition is the devadasi tradition; this is the use of women who are attached to deities in the temple.
The Nartaki tradition is the school of Odissi dance which developed in the royal courts.
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The Natya Shastra speaks of the dance from this region and refers to it as Odra-Magadhi.
Over the centuries three schools of Odissi dance developed: Mahari, Nartaki, and Gotipua.
The navigable rivers, including the Ganges, Mahanadi, Vamsadhara and Godavari provided access to the interior, where precious and semi-precious stones were found, and their deltas provided natural harbours.
From these harbours, the people of the region traded by sea with Ceylon in the south, with Burma in the east, and further afield with the states of the Maritime Southeast Asia, Indochina and China.
The Odissi (Orissi) dance is the Indian classical dance from the Eastern state of Odissa. Although dance in Odissa may be traced back more than 2000 years, it was brought to near extinction during the colonial period.