Out of the 108 karanas mentioned in the Natya Shastra, not more than 36 karanas are used for the purpose of self cultivation.
There is no difference between Nata and Nrtta - the former is part of latter. The sense behind the term Nata is a referral for the adaptation of slight bodily movements that are very important for the beginner. Nrtta embraces both slight movements of the limbs and large bodil shapes that are termed 'Karana', including Angahara. These all come under the umbrella - Nrtta. Nata Yoga is is part of Nrtta Sadhana.
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