Delhi Airport dazzled with 5 Rajasthani Dance Performances on Diwali

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Along with the tinge of lights this Diwali, Delhi Airport offered the passengers to taste the cultural galore of Rajasthan! Dance is the purest way to feel the joy and spirit of festivals! Here’s how the campaign called “#Spread The Light” rejoiced everyone on all the three terminals of Delhi Airport with 5 Rajasthani Dance forms! Let’s together enjoy how our dance forms beguiled the passengers on Delhi Airport
GhoomarPerformed on ceremonious occasions by women folk, the ubiquitous Ghoomar is premier Rajasthani dance form, which beautifully encapsulates the true spirit of Rajasthan’s vivacious culture.

Bhawai- Bhawai is a traditional Rajasthani folk dance form, which is performed with great skill. It is the art of dancing while maintaining a fine balancing act and poising many articles and items on one’s head.

Terah Tali- In this foot tapping and exciting dance form, almost around 13 Manjeeras or Cymbals are tied on the dancing women’s body and these cymbals are used by the folk dancers as accompanying instruments while moving and dancing!

Kalbeliya – This is one of the most sensuous and entertaining among all Rajasthani dances. The female dancers dance and swirl, replicating the movements of a serpent in Kalbeliya dance form.

ChariThe joy of collecting water from miles away in Rajasthan is reflected through this Chari dance. This folk dance is performed by group of women dancers who hold chari or pots on their head and a lighted lamp is then placed in the pot.

Isn’t it a beautiful way to bring the traveling crowd into festive mood ?

 

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