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Celebration of Life Indian Folk Dances
Celebration of Life Indian Folk Dances
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India has wide range of folk dance tradition. Scores of differing styles of folk dances are surviving in each of the around thirty different cultural regions of the country. This book enumerates and elucidates the vast body of folk dances of India according to the basic character or particular occasion of performance of the dance. The author, Jiwan Pani was an exponent of folk art and culture. He wrote several books on the folk arts of India.

Contents:

1.THE VAST BODY OF INDIAN FOLK DANCES

2.RELIGION AND FOLK DANCE

3.RITUAL DANCES
1.  Lai Haroba
2.  Karagam
3.  Tendong-faat 
4.  Popir
5.  Cheraw  
6.  Tirayattam  
7.  Jhika Dasain  
8.  Ariba Pala  
9.  Lakon Phuza

4.TRACE DANCES
1.  Bhoota
2.  Jagar  
3.  Kanchani Nritya 
4.  Bhaktas 
5.  Kavadi 
6.  Maibi   
7.  Teyyam

5.CEREMONIAL DANCES
1.  Garba
2.  Pata-da Kunita   
3.  Guravayyalu   
4.  Chwanglaizuan   
5.  Dhangar   
6.  Pookkavadi   
7.  Kolam Tullal   
8.  Karma   
9.  Lahaw   
10. Baredi   
11. Chilori   
12. Hiroria   
13. Taranglmel   
14. Chham Chhank   
15. Garadi   
16. Rikhampada   
17. Suggikunita   
18. Kokali-kattai   
19. Karadiyattam   
20. Padayani   
21. Poothamkali   
22. Kahadia   
23. Naati   
24. Solakia   
25. Dandia Gair   
26. Thisham   
27. Shad Ronkhal

6.HARVEST DANCES
1.  Bihu 
2.  Sarhul   
3.  Parab   
4.  Saila-reena  
5.  Bhojali   
6.  Hazagiri   
7.  Dandia Rasa   
8.  Lebang Bomani   
9.  Bhangra   
10. Jhumar   
11. Karthi   
12. Lam-Kut-Lam   
13. Kud   
14. Dhan Nach   
15. Ponung   
16. Domrua   
17. Hero Parab   
18. Batauli Nach   
19. Nom-Jama   
20. Mage Parab   
21. Tarpa   
22. Hazong   
23. Bijja Pandu

7.SOCIAL DANCES
1.  Laddakhi Marriage Dances   
2.  Gaja Nach   
3.  Devarattam   
4.  Kolkali   
5.  Jhoria   
6.  Kachchi Ghori   
7.  Nyida Parik   
8.  Chari   
9.  Dafla   
10. Dhobi   
11. Kaksar   
12. Hudo   
13. Bhangoria   
14. Tushimig

8.SEASONAL DANCES
1.  Rayee
2.  Bana   
3.  Phagnoi   
4.  Churkula   
5.  Baa Parab   
6.  Jadur   
7.  Maring   
8.  Chaiti Ghoda nata   
9.  Dandia Gair   
10. Loor and Phagun   
11. Dalkhai   
12. Hemant   
13. Madai   
14. Bilma   
15. Jitia   
16. Bhadap   
17. Riju Dune   
18. Namagen

9.GAME AND MARTIAL DANCES
1.  Thang-ta
2.  Kalaripayettu   
3.  Kolkali   
4.  Parichhamuttamkali   
5.  Velakali   
6.  Oachirakali   
7.  Yatrakali   
8.  Silambattam   
9.  Paika nacha and paikali   
10. Chholia   
11. Terin chha   
12. Lezim   
13. Puchi   
14. Kikli, Phugadi and Jimma

10.DRUM DANCES
1.  Pung Cholam 
2.  Ghumra   
3.  Dollu Kunita   
4.  Warli Dhol   
5.  Bhil Dhol   
6.  Dappu   
7.  Tappeta Gullu   
8.  Tappettai   
9.  Tappumelakkali   
10. Dhemali

11.DANCES OF BOYS AS GIRLS
1.  Bachcha Nagma 
2.  Gotipua   
3.  Sattriya   
4.  Tharuha

12.RECREATIONAL DANCES
1.  Rouf and Hikat   
2.  Jabro   
3.  Naati   
4.  Tharu   
5.  Sayna   
6.  Chaufla   
7.  Nak Cheng Rennie   
8.  Kar-gnok-lok   
9.  Gnela Kipa   
10. Bardo Chram   
11. Wilang Hem   
12. Zemi   
13. Kumpitlung   
14. Dimsa   
15. Solakia   
16. Rasar-Kali   
17. Koya   
18. Gaur   
19. Jhamta   
20. Pinnal Kolattam/Goph Gunthan/Goph   
21. Morulem   
22. Ghoomar   
23. Kalbelia   
24. Tera Taali   
25. Gidda   
26. Poikkal Kuthirai Keelu Guralu   
27. Songi Mukhawate   
28. Vaghya-Murali  
29. Singhi chham   
30. Puliyattam   
31. Paos jagoi   
32. Chhau

Celebration of Life Indian Folk Dances

Item Code:
NAB035
Cover:
Paperback
Edition:
2000
Publisher:
ISBN:
812307906
Language:
English
Size:
9.5" x 7.4"
Pages:
131 (Col. illus.: 36)
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India has wide range of folk dance tradition. Scores of differing styles of folk dances are surviving in each of the around thirty different cultural regions of the country. This book enumerates and elucidates the vast body of folk dances of India according to the basic character or particular occasion of performance of the dance. The author, Jiwan Pani was an exponent of folk art and culture. He wrote several books on the folk arts of India.

Contents:

1.THE VAST BODY OF INDIAN FOLK DANCES

2.RELIGION AND FOLK DANCE

3.RITUAL DANCES
1.  Lai Haroba
2.  Karagam
3.  Tendong-faat 
4.  Popir
5.  Cheraw  
6.  Tirayattam  
7.  Jhika Dasain  
8.  Ariba Pala  
9.  Lakon Phuza

4.TRACE DANCES
1.  Bhoota
2.  Jagar  
3.  Kanchani Nritya 
4.  Bhaktas 
5.  Kavadi 
6.  Maibi   
7.  Teyyam

5.CEREMONIAL DANCES
1.  Garba
2.  Pata-da Kunita   
3.  Guravayyalu   
4.  Chwanglaizuan   
5.  Dhangar   
6.  Pookkavadi   
7.  Kolam Tullal   
8.  Karma   
9.  Lahaw   
10. Baredi   
11. Chilori   
12. Hiroria   
13. Taranglmel   
14. Chham Chhank   
15. Garadi   
16. Rikhampada   
17. Suggikunita   
18. Kokali-kattai   
19. Karadiyattam   
20. Padayani   
21. Poothamkali   
22. Kahadia   
23. Naati   
24. Solakia   
25. Dandia Gair   
26. Thisham   
27. Shad Ronkhal

6.HARVEST DANCES
1.  Bihu 
2.  Sarhul   
3.  Parab   
4.  Saila-reena  
5.  Bhojali   
6.  Hazagiri   
7.  Dandia Rasa   
8.  Lebang Bomani   
9.  Bhangra   
10. Jhumar   
11. Karthi   
12. Lam-Kut-Lam   
13. Kud   
14. Dhan Nach   
15. Ponung   
16. Domrua   
17. Hero Parab   
18. Batauli Nach   
19. Nom-Jama   
20. Mage Parab   
21. Tarpa   
22. Hazong   
23. Bijja Pandu

7.SOCIAL DANCES
1.  Laddakhi Marriage Dances   
2.  Gaja Nach   
3.  Devarattam   
4.  Kolkali   
5.  Jhoria   
6.  Kachchi Ghori   
7.  Nyida Parik   
8.  Chari   
9.  Dafla   
10. Dhobi   
11. Kaksar   
12. Hudo   
13. Bhangoria   
14. Tushimig

8.SEASONAL DANCES
1.  Rayee
2.  Bana   
3.  Phagnoi   
4.  Churkula   
5.  Baa Parab   
6.  Jadur   
7.  Maring   
8.  Chaiti Ghoda nata   
9.  Dandia Gair   
10. Loor and Phagun   
11. Dalkhai   
12. Hemant   
13. Madai   
14. Bilma   
15. Jitia   
16. Bhadap   
17. Riju Dune   
18. Namagen

9.GAME AND MARTIAL DANCES
1.  Thang-ta
2.  Kalaripayettu   
3.  Kolkali   
4.  Parichhamuttamkali   
5.  Velakali   
6.  Oachirakali   
7.  Yatrakali   
8.  Silambattam   
9.  Paika nacha and paikali   
10. Chholia   
11. Terin chha   
12. Lezim   
13. Puchi   
14. Kikli, Phugadi and Jimma

10.DRUM DANCES
1.  Pung Cholam 
2.  Ghumra   
3.  Dollu Kunita   
4.  Warli Dhol   
5.  Bhil Dhol   
6.  Dappu   
7.  Tappeta Gullu   
8.  Tappettai   
9.  Tappumelakkali   
10. Dhemali

11.DANCES OF BOYS AS GIRLS
1.  Bachcha Nagma 
2.  Gotipua   
3.  Sattriya   
4.  Tharuha

12.RECREATIONAL DANCES
1.  Rouf and Hikat   
2.  Jabro   
3.  Naati   
4.  Tharu   
5.  Sayna   
6.  Chaufla   
7.  Nak Cheng Rennie   
8.  Kar-gnok-lok   
9.  Gnela Kipa   
10. Bardo Chram   
11. Wilang Hem   
12. Zemi   
13. Kumpitlung   
14. Dimsa   
15. Solakia   
16. Rasar-Kali   
17. Koya   
18. Gaur   
19. Jhamta   
20. Pinnal Kolattam/Goph Gunthan/Goph   
21. Morulem   
22. Ghoomar   
23. Kalbelia   
24. Tera Taali   
25. Gidda   
26. Poikkal Kuthirai Keelu Guralu   
27. Songi Mukhawate   
28. Vaghya-Murali  
29. Singhi chham   
30. Puliyattam   
31. Paos jagoi   
32. Chhau
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