Rajasthani Dance – Famous Dances of Rajasthan

Dance of Rajasthan – Popular Rajasthani Dances

Rajasthani Dance
Rajasthan, the land where each particle says its own story of enthusiasm and colorful culture. Several forms of Rajasthani Dance fill more and more brightness in its rainbow culture. Dances of Rajasthan and Rajasthani dancers are worldwide known. Some of the most famous dances of Rajasthan are listed below:

Ghoomar Dance: Ghoomar is a famous Rajastani folk dance, which was developed by Bhil tribes. It is the most popular dance of Rajasthan, which is performed by women during festive seasons and marriages. The colorful costumes and jewelry of dancers highlight the graceful performance of Rajasthani dancers.

Kathputli Dance: Kathputli is a famous traditional dance of Rajasthan. Kathputli is a wooden puppet, which is decorated beautifully with bright color dresses. In this dance form puppeteers use ballads to narrate the stories, these stories are the popular Rajasthani legends.

Gair Dance: Gair dance is another famous Rajasthani folk dance, which is performed by both men and women. Gair literally means a circle or a round, hence this dance is performed in a circle. During the dance the performers take turns into clockwise and anticlockwise directions.

Kachi Ghodi Dance: Kachi Ghodi is one of the most entertaining Rajasthani dances, which was originated from the bandit regions of Shekhawati. Now a days this dance is performed by Potter, Muslims, Sarghara, Kamdholi and Bhambi communities. This dance of Rajasthan is performed with a wooden dummy horse.

Kathak: Kathak is a classical dance of Rajasthan, which is performed during the big events and cultural nights of Rajasthan. During the performance dancers wear traditional colorful dresses and the background classical music is played with instruments like Tabla, Sarangi, Sitar etc.

Other Famous Dances of Rajasthan: Bhavi, Drum Dance, Charai, Fire Dance, Sapera Dance and Terah Talare the other important Rajasthani dances. So plan Rajasthan packaged tours to enjoy these fantastic Rajasthani dance.

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