India is a land where the art of dancing had flourished from immemorial times and the Bharatanatya, the classical dance typical of South India has the pride of place as a dance form that preserves most of the aesthetic norms set by the great ascetic philosopher Bharata, whose ‘Natyasastra’ is a treatise on poetics, dramaturgy and dance. Jethiswara is part of Bharatanatya dance, accentuated by scintillating rhythm. The graceful movement of the dancer, in the typical ornamental Bharatanatya costume, appears in one of the most exquisite entrancing posses. She dances against the background of a temple interior, rich in sculptural details. It would be relevant to recall here that sculpture, architecture, painting and dancing are sister arts in India and the interdisciplinary approach reveals the charm and glory of each. The Indian baroque and the Indian danseuse are complementary to each other.