Colorful Aspects of India

Holi festival

Life is color ful , we have to realize that, God gives us the eyes to identify the colors, And every color will send  some signal to the mind.  colors are always important in our life.

If we are not able to identify colors then we will  be called as color blind, for example mark zukerberg is a color-blind person, he has a red- green color blindnes, and can identify blue color only.

Here this page is going to represent the colorful aspects of indians , specially in dance.

In india there are lot of classical , and folks dance, and in every state they have a different style of dances, with different costumes, this is something interesting, here  i just want to show some major colorful dances,and some other festival aspects that makes colorful environement.

 

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Holi the Carnival of colors – Represent life is colorful

One of the major festivals of India, Holi is celebrated  on the full moon day in the month of  of March as per the Gregorian calendar. This popular in north india

Colorful dances from india:

There are lot of dances in india with different style in both classical and folk , i have provide a mixture of classical and folks collection of dances

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Bharatnatyam – The popluar clasical dance from Tamil Nadu and Karnataka

This dance have a unique style and poses which will reperesent the every  feeling and instinct of humans

Holi - The fesival of colors

Gair -Gair dance is one of the popular, famous folk dances from Rajasthan in India

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Bhavai is a genre of folk dance popular in Rajasthan state in western India. The male or female performers balance a number of earthen pots or brass pitchers

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Kathak dance is one of the classical dance forms of India. The Kathak dance form is said to be derived from the word Katha.

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Dandiya – Dandiya Raas is the traditional folk dance form of Gujarat, , and is associated with scenes of Holi, .  it is the featured dance of Navratri evenings in Western India.

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Lavani is a combination of traditional song and dance, which particularly performed to the beats of  Dholki, a percussion instrument. Its  is noted for its powerful rhythm

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Odissi, also known as Orissi, is one of the eight classical dance forms of India. It originates from the state of Odisha. It is the oldest surviving dance form of India on the basis of archaeological evidences

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Manipuri dance is one of the major Indian classical dance forms, from Manipur, a state in north-eastern India on the border with Burma. It is is purely religious and its aim is a spiritual experience

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Sattriya or Sattriya Nritya , is one among the eight principal Classical indian dance  traditions. Recognized in 2000 as a classical dance by Sangeet natak academi

The core of Sattriya Nritya has usually been Mythological stories. This was an artistic way of presenting mythological teachings to the people in an accessible, immediate, and enjoyable manner

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Kuchipudi s an Indian classical danceoriginating in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh, India, but popular all over South India

The performance usually begins with stage rites. Then, each of the characters comes on the stage and introduces themselves with adharavu (a small composition of both song and dance.

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Kathakali -Originate from kerala  is a stylized classical Indian dance-drama noted for the attractive make-up of characters, elaborate costumes, detailed gestures and well-defined body movements presented in tune with the anchor playback music and complementary percussion.

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Mohiniyattam – is a classical dance from kerala ,Believed to have originated in 16th century  one of the eight indian classical dance , It is considered a very graceful form of dance meant to be performed as solo recitals by women

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Jallikattu – also known Eruthazhuvuthal or Manju viraṭṭu , is a bull’s game day event happening in Tamil NAdu as a part of Pongal celebrations on Maattu pongal day.

Bulls are bred specifically by some private rich persons of the village for the event and attended mainly by many villages’ temple bulls

Have a colorful Day !

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