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Traditional Dance
Ranpa Dance Tadin Dhali
     
     
Lathi Khela Paika Dance Brata
     
     
    Ghora Natch
     
     
Patanach Paika Chhau
 
 

RAIBENSE : "Raibense" is one of the heroic war dance of West Bengal in India. The word "Raibens" is derived from the word "raibanshe" or royal bamboo. In this dance, the vigorous and manly movements of the body, together with the stirring notes of the drum, generates courage and daring in the feeblest of hearts. The entire dance is permeated by a spirit of irresistible joy.

DHALI : Dhali Dance is another heroic folk dance of West Bengal. It originated and developed during the reign of Raja Pratapaditya. After winning the battle the fatigued and exhausted soldiers started dancing with swords in contenment in order to inspire themselves for the next war.

RANPA : The predominating characteristics or me Kanp; dance are its inherent heroic and epic qualities, and particularly the balance of the body on bamboo sticks. From the earlier times, the use of the Ranpa was as a means of travel. In this dance, the dancers balance themselves on long Bamboo sticks and dance with the notes of drums This dance is extensively practised in the Burdwan and Midnapore districts of West Bengal in India.

PATA NACH :
Pata Nach literary meant 'to make friends'. The dancers dance to the rhythm with their hands clapped together with their made-friends. It is performed mainly in the chain or row formation in a circular or semi-circular motion. It is performed of the 'Karam' utsav. In the eastern area of Midnapore district it is one of the favourite among mens. And now, womens are also participating in Pata Nach in many areas.

CHOW DANCE GANESH BANDANA : Among all the famous dances of West Bengal this dance preserves something of the old martial spirit. It is based mainly in the Purulia, Saraikella and Mayurbhanj Districts in eastern India.

TADIN : The tribals live in hardship work day and night in the wield, roads and houses. They give woel and shelter to others by deant of their hardwork. But they ducell in mysery, proverty and ware no sorrow, no first station can touch their live as they live in joy and merriment, music and dance. This is the life style of the tribal or what we can Aetovas Gracefully presented by the pioneering institution of Sarabhuj.

PAIKA : The History of the 'Paikas' of infantry soldiers of the eastern state of Orissa and West Bengal in India, is inextricably interwoven with the general history of the land. The dance performed by them is the 'Paika Dance'. Men and women together participate in the performed of the dance. The male dancers uses 'Dhali' and women dancers uses 'Dhali' and women dancers uses sword in their hands. This is a warrior dance and the movements are deliberate, presenting wartricks as defence and offence. The dance is a celebration of the patriotic values, the charm and vigour of the Bengal's men & women.


Choreographical Work
Man Machine Mukti Aranya Purus

Dance Theatre
Ora Kaj Kare Raibanshe Mahua Sundari
Realization Mahua Sundari Raibanshe
     
Raibanshe Raibanshe Raibanshe
     

Childrens Work
Ranpa Yoga Dhali
Ranpa