India being a secular country, there are several dance forms that each state has adopted as it’s cultural dance. To name a few of them, Bharatanatyam, Kuchupudi, Yakshagana. Below are the details of them.
user2017-12-07T17:23:31+05:30June 7, 2016|Comments Off on Yakshagana
Yakshagana is a musical dance drama popular in coastal and Malenadu regions of Karnataka, India. Yakshagana is the recent (200 years) scholastic name for what are known in Kannada as Kelike, Dashavatara, Aata, Bayalaata.
user2017-12-07T17:24:33+05:30June 7, 2016|Comments Off on Bhootha Aradhane or Bhootha Kola
Bhootha Aradhane or Bhoota Kola or Holy Spirit Worship is an ancient ritual form of worship prevalent among the Tulu-speaking community in Udupi, Dakshina Kannada districts in Karnataka and Kasaragod taluk in Kerala alternatively
user2017-12-07T17:24:12+05:30June 7, 2016|Comments Off on Somana Kunita
Somana kunita or the 'Mask dance' is a celebratory form of spirit worship prevalent in south Karnataka region. It is performed mostly in village shrines dedicated to the Mother Goddess. The art is mostly
user2017-12-07T17:24:03+05:30June 7, 2016|Comments Off on Dollu Kunitha
Dollu Kunitha (dance), is a major form of art, occupies the pride of place among folk dances. Dollu Kunitha is a popular drum dance of Karnataka accompanied by singing. It provides both spectacular variety