Rajasthan is the hometown of dances such as Kalbelia Dance, Fire Dance Charm Dance, and Ghoomar Dance. Calbelia dances are dedicated to the community of Kalbelia, whose main occupations in history have been snake hunting and the snake venom trade. There are many folk dances in India. To know about Indian dance types you may browse the internet.
Charm dancing is a form in which the dancer wears a brass pot that lights up on their head and shows the perfect combination of patience, balance and flexibility. The fire dance is associated with the Banjar community and deserves recognition. The dancer uses flames, kerosene, and burned sticks. Ghoomar dance is part of the Rajput community where women dance gracefully to convey the spirit of any sacred or religious ceremony.
Punjab is also the hometown of famous folk dances. The most popular of them are Bhangra and Gidda. Bhangra is usually performed by men during the Baisakhi Festival. On the other hand, Gidda is an analogy of Bhangra as practised by Punjabi women. Both dance forms are colourful and cheerful. People enjoy the rhythms, rhythms and even the dance costumes of this state of Punjab.
Garba and dandy are the main folk dances of Gujarati. Garba is a graceful dance previously associated with the legend of Lord Krishna. In modern times it is one of the most popular dance forms in the country, performed primarily during the nine days of Navratri to please the goddess Durga. Dandiya is also energetic and colourful like a Garba but played with a dandiya stick.