The `Koli` dance of Maharashtra
has several variations in their dance patterns which are performed in different parts of the land. The Kolis are the fishing folks who perform the Koli dance. These dances are either performed by men only or by both the man and women folk together. The fishermen while performing the dance stand in two rows holding small oars in their hands. They move these oars in moving in harmony imitation the movement of rowing a boat. The Kolis also sway the oars forwards and backwards creating an illusion of rowing a boat which is tossing on the waves of the sea. The fisherwomen standing in the rows advance towards the men dancing with them.
This article is a stub. You can enrich by adding more information to it. Send your Write Up to email@example.com