List Of States And Their Dance Forms

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List Of States And Their Dance Forms

  • There are 29 States in India and each has its own Classical dance forms and Folk dances.
  • The given below list contains the state-wise dance forms in India.
  • Bharatnatyam, Tamil Nadu/South India. Credit: iStock. …
  • Kathak, Uttar Pradesh/North India. …
  • Kathakali, Kerala/South India. …
  • Kuchipudi, Andhra Pradesh/South India. …
  • Manipuri, Manipur/Northeast India. …
  • Odissi, Odisha/East India.
  • India has many dances, coming from every province in the country. However, there are only six types of traditional dance that are recognized nationally at the national level. Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Kathakali, Manipuri, Kuchipudi, and Odissi. Indigenous Indian dances are more than mere body movements, since ancient times the ancient forms of Indian dance are considered to be a discipline and a form of devotion to God. Let us tell you a story about one of the richest traditions in the Indian dance culture.
  • Bharatnatyam, Tamil Nadu
  • Kathak, Uttar Pradesh, North India
  • Kathakali, Kerala, South India
  • Manipuri, Manipur, North East India
  • Kuchipudi, Andhra Pradesh
  • Odissi, Odisha, East India
  • Bhangra/ Gidda, Punjab, North India
  • Garba, Gujarat, West India
  • Rouf, Kashmir, North India
  • Ghoomar, Rajasthan
  • Chhau, Mayurbhanj, Odisha
  • Bihu, Assam, North-east India
  • Lavani, Maharashtra, West India
  • Mohiniyattam, Kerala, South India
  • Sattriya Dance, Assam, North East India
  • Performed in the celestial tunes of Carnatic music, Bharatnatyam hails from the southern province of Tamil Nadu. The origins of Bharatnatyam can be traced back to 1000 BC, and it comes from the ancient temples in Tamil Nadu made by ancient women. The dance form is known for its fine body language and body language called Mudras in the vernacular. It focuses on body gestures, leg movements, and facial expressions. This method of dancing was very popular before the British era but was very depressed during colonial times. However, India has kept the dance form alive in the houses, and today it is known as one of the most revered art forms in India especially in the southern region of the country where it is time to be proud of housewives to learn the Bharatnatyam dance form.
different dance forms of india with states
different dance forms of India with states

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