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Classical Dances of Kerala
Classical Dances of Kerala are popular throughout the world for their grace and richness. Koothu, Koodiyattam, Patakam, Ashtapadiyattam, Krishnattam, Thullal, Mohiniattam and Kathankali are the most popular Classical Dances of Kerala.
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 Karma Dance
Karma dance of Madhya Pradesh is a traditional folk dance. It is performed by both men and women who dance gracefully with the accompaniment of an instrument known as timki.
Thullal is a solo dance exposition of Kerala. There are three different types of Thullal. The classification is based upon the rhythm and meter of the songs; and the costume, adornments and dance.
 Folk Dances of Himachal Pradesh
The Folk dances of Himachal Pradesh form an important part of their culture. The people of Himachal Pradesh have different types of folk dances for different season and occasion. It reflects the simple thought patterns of the rural people.
 Jhumar Dance
Jhumar is a folk dance from the Indian state of Haryana. It is performed exclusively by the young married women. It is performed authentically to the beats of musical instruments like thali and dholak.
 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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