Brand Dances

We are famous for arranging some of the special dances from the rout of kokan region. Have a look at some of our Brand dances

LAVANI SAWAL JAWAB

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In 2006,When organization started lavani sawal jawab was first               brand dance of organization lavani is a combination of traditional songs and dance, which particularly performed to the beats of dholki, percussion instruments. Lavani has contributed sunstainly to the development of Marathi folk

CHEHRE PATA

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People settled at border of madhyapradesh and Maharashtra states, at bastar district. These dances from murya jamat peoples are doing chehrepata folk dance .in this dance younger boys are teasing to young girls, in their dance they are using chehre, which are using by male and chitkhor are using by female. 

RATHWA FOLK DANCE

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 Peoples settled from the dense forest of barkya and naswadi taluka of badoda and panchamal district are known as “rathwa" though describes is originated from Madhya pradesh now they had migrated at chota Udaipur. Hallol, kallol and chabuk there mother tongue is rathwi but they can talk in gujrati and Hindi also. rathwa celebrated in Diwali and holy their traditional dress we can see feminine power wild forming pyramids in their dance in this dance on the rhythm of ghunguroo tied around the mailed waist and the rhythm of kartal held by females they dance continuously four 7days around the      holy this is known as holi- rathwa folk dance.

DHOLUKUNITA

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It is major popular drum dance of Karnataka. Accompanied by singing, it provides spectacularly variety and complexity of skills. Woven around the presiding deity of beereshwara or beeralingeswara, chiefly worshipped by the kuruba gowdas of Karnataka, it present both entertainment and spiritual edification .in the organization there are females are also performing this dance with energy

DINDI

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Dindi dance is a folk dance that is prevalent in Maharashtra. This dance is performed using a small drum called “Dandy” which is somewhat like the “tamate”. This dance is performed usually on ekadashi day in the month of kartik according to the Hindu calendar. This dance depicts the playful attitude of lord Krishna and is a religious devotional dance form

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