Tribal And Folk Dances In India

States
Dances
Maharashtra
Kathakeertan, Lezin, Dandaniya, Tamasha, Gafa, Dahikala, Lavani, Mauni, Dasavtar.
Karnataka
Huttari, Suggi Kunitha, Yakashagana
Kerala
Kaikottikali, Kaliyattam, Tappatikkali.
Tamil Nadu
Kolattam, Pinnal Kolattam, Kummi, Kavadi, Karagam
Andhra Pradesh
Ghanta Mardala, Veedhi Natakam, Burrakatha.
Orissa
Ghumara Sanchar, Chadya Dandanata, Chhau
West Bengal
Kathi, Chhau, Baul, Kirtan, Jatra, Lama.
Assam
Bihu, Khel Gopal, Rash Lila, Tabal Chongli, Canoe
Punjab
Giddha (women), Bhangra (men).
Jammu & Kashmir
Rauf, Hikat
Himachal Pradesh
Jhora, Jhali, Dangli, Mahasu, Jadda, Jhainta, Chharhi
Haryana
Jhumar, Ras Leela, Phag dance, Daph, Dhamal, Loor, Gugga, Khoria, Gagor
Gujarat
Garba, Dandiya Rass, Tippani, Gomph.
Rajasthan
Ginad, Chakri, Gangore, Terahtaal, Khayal, Jhulan Leela, Jhuma, Suisini
Bihar
Jata Jatin, Jadur, Chhau, Kathaputli, Bakho, Jhijhiya, Samochakwa, Karma, Jatra, Natna
Uttar Pradesh
Nautanki, Thora, Chappeli, Raslila, Kajri.

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