India’s folk culture showcased at Games opening

first_imgThe vividness of country’s folk culture was on its full display at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in New Delhi on Sunday when dancers from Ladakh to Kerala and Sikkim to Gujarat gave a scintillating performance. Celebrating the ‘spirit of India’, the performers from 18 states showcased the richness, vibrancy and diversity in the country’s folk culture. Titled ‘Celebration’, folk dancers from various corners of the country came together to rejoice and dance in celebration of the message of the Mahatma. Showcased were flower dance from Ladakh, Bihu dance from Assam, Bhagoria from Madhya Pradesh, Panthi from Chattisgarh, Ghantu from Sikkim, Bhangra from Punjab, Kalbelia from Rajasthan and Ghoomar from Haryana.- With inputs from PTIlast_img

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