Jabro is a community dance of the nomadic people of Tibetan origin living in the high hills of the Changtheng area of Ladakh . Performed by men & Women at all festive occasions, this dance is an integral part of the Losar celebrations, which is the Tibetan New Year Festival. The melodious Jabro songs are sung to the musical accompaniment of 'Damian' - a guitar like stringed instrument and the flute.

Jabro is a community dance of the nomadic people of Tibetan origin living in the high hills of the Changtheng area of Ladakh . Performed by men & Women at all festive occasions, this dance is an integral part of the Losar celebrations, which is the Tibetan New Year Festival. The melodious Jabro songs are sung to the musical accompaniment of 'Damian' - a guitar like stringed instrument and the flute.

Dandiya: Most popular folk dances from Gujarat

Dandiya: Most popular folk dances from Gujarat

Dandiya: Most popular folk dances from Gujarat. The costume for women is traditional like colorful embroidered choli and ghagra with men wearing special turbans and kedias. Garba is usually performed before Aarti in the honor of the Goddess, while Dandiya is performed after it as a part of celebration.

Dandiya: Most popular folk dances from Gujarat. The costume for women is traditional like colorful embroidered choli and ghagra with men wearing special turbans and kedias. Garba is usually performed before Aarti in the honor of the Goddess, while Dandiya is performed after it as a part of celebration.

Vayali - Bamboo Orchestra, a group of young people from the cultural capital of Kerala

Vayali - Bamboo Orchestra, a group of young people from the cultural capital of Kerala

Vayali - Bamboo Orchestra, a group of young people from the cultural capital of Kerala

Vayali - Bamboo Orchestra, a group of young people from the cultural capital of Kerala

Jabro is a community dance of the nomadic people of Tibetan origin living in the high hills of the Changtheng area of Ladakh . Performed by men & Women at all festive occasions, this dance is an integral part of the Losar celebrations, which is the Tibetan New Year Festival. The melodious Jabro songs are sung to the musical accompaniment of 'Damian' - a guitar like stringed instrument and the flute.

Jabro is a community dance of the nomadic people of Tibetan origin living in the high hills of the Changtheng area of Ladakh . Performed by men & Women at all festive occasions, this dance is an integral part of the Losar celebrations, which is the Tibetan New Year Festival. The melodious Jabro songs are sung to the musical accompaniment of 'Damian' - a guitar like stringed instrument and the flute.

Indian folk dancers from Jammu & Kashmir

Indian folk dancers from Jammu & Kashmir

Indian folk dancers from Jammu & Kashmir

Indian folk dancers from Jammu & Kashmir

Kashmiri Folk Dance 'Rouf'. This is a spring time dance. This dance is performed by the women community wearing colorful costumes. This dance is practiced during the occasions of Eid and Ramzan. Women generally line up face to face in this dance. One of the most notable features is their intricate footwork during the dance which is called as Chakri in the local language.

Kashmiri Folk Dance 'Rouf'. This is a spring time dance. This dance is performed by the women community wearing colorful costumes. This dance is practiced during the occasions of Eid and Ramzan. Women generally line up face to face in this dance. One of the most notable features is their intricate footwork during the dance which is called as Chakri in the local language.

Kashmiri Folk Dance 'Rouf'. This is a spring time dance. This dance is performed by the women community wearing colorful costumes. This dance is practiced during the occasions of Eid and Ramzan. Women generally line up face to face in this dance. One of the most notable features is their intricate footwork during the dance which is called as Chakri in the local language.

Kashmiri Folk Dance 'Rouf'. This is a spring time dance. This dance is performed by the women community wearing colorful costumes. This dance is practiced during the occasions of Eid and Ramzan. Women generally line up face to face in this dance. One of the most notable features is their intricate footwork during the dance which is called as Chakri in the local language.

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