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Dance Styles of Tamil Nadu
The dance styles of Tamil Nadu are full of colour, spectacle, movement, rhythm, music and poetry.

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 Folk Dance of Tamil Nadu
The traditional and cultural values of Tamil Nadu are reflected in their folk dance. The state has both features and regional autonomy authentic to itself. The folk dances are there since a long time and have made an important cultural representation all around the globe.
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Nautanki is a very popular dance form in Uttar Pradesh performed all over the state. The aim of this dance form is to entertain the masses, as it is one of most accepted leisure activity there.
 Chhau Dance of Mayurbhanj
Chhau dance of Mayurbhanj does not use any type of mask. The kings of Mayurbhanj had patronised this dance. It is performed daily with physical exercises but in case of occasions, it is celebrated with an extravaganza.
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Raslila narrates the tales of Lord Krishna, Radha and the gopias. It is one of the most popular folk dances in India. It takes the performer to a spiritual level where they get lost in the act.
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Dance Festivals of South India are organized at a number of venues and is celebrated throughout the region especially for all the music lovers. South India is rich in various traditional and classical dances and many dance festivals are organised every year.
 
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