The dance form Mohiniyattam – the earliest depiction for which is found in the temple sculptures of Kerala, such as those of the 11th century Vishnu temple at Trikodithanam and the Kidangur Subramanya temple – is said to be a judicious fusion of two dance styles, Kathakali and Bharatanatyam. It combines the formality and elegance of Bharatanatyam with the earthy vigour and dynamism of Kathakali. It uses compositions in many languages such as Malayalam, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.