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Here is a list and brief summary of Indian dance forms that are in practice in different parts of India. There are more than twenty such forms that India has been contributing to the dancing filed. Since India has many states and each state follows it’s own culture and traditional dance forms, India can be seen promoting varieties of dance forms. As an example, Yakshagana is a dance form practiced more in Karnataka, Bharatanatyam is a dance form of Tamil Nadu and so on. The attires vary from one dance form to another and are very attractive in it’s own ways.

Dandiya Raas

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Dandiya Raas is a very energetic, colorful and playful dance

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Giddha

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Gidha is a popular folk dance of women in Punjab

Giddha2017-12-07T15:55:47+05:30

Bhangra

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Bhangra is a form of dance and music that originated

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Sattriya

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Sattriya, or Sattriya Nritya, is one among eight principal classical

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Odissi

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Odissi is one of the eight classical dance forms of

Odissi2017-12-07T15:57:50+05:30

Manipuri

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Manipuri dance, At A Glance Stylistic origins Manipuri and Vedic

Manipuri2017-12-07T15:57:39+05:30

Kuchipudi

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Kuchipudi (Koochipoodi) is a Classical Indian dance form from Andhra

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Kathakali

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Kathakali is a highly stylized classical Indian dance-drama noted for

Kathakali2017-12-07T15:59:47+05:30

Kathak

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Kathak is one of the eight forms of Indian classical

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Bharatanatyam

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Bharata Natyam or Bharatanatyam is a classical dance form originating

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