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Sunday, February 24, 2019

Guajrat Na Loknrutyo and Melao Ni Tamam Mahiti

Guajrat Na Loknrutyo and Melao Ni Tamam Mahiti Welcome to the PDF file and download the PDF file as a free download. Note: - POS Na End Ma PDF File Aapvama Aavel Chhe Jema Gujarati Language Ma Tamam Melao And Loknrutyo Ni Mahiti Aapvama Aavel Chhe.

Gebbi
Devanagari: This dance was performed mainly on women's religious occasion with Devotional (Bhakthi) Songs. This dance goes around a lamp named "Thandili Diva" and in the beginning of Statue of Gods, Goddesses of Idol or Picture. The circular and spiral movements with clap of hands makes the dance. Gebbi performances often includes a singers in the same dance group or a singular singer. Gebbi is the word derived from Garba - the symbol of Shakthi The outer world In this water, God, God will be called for you. The basic dance formation is that of a circle that moves counterclockwise; If space is constrained or there are many participants, dancers form concentric circles Ultimately, the performers circle around an image of a goddess, such as Amba, or around a symbolic representation of her creative energy-often an illuminated clay pot or a water-filled vessel. Dancing begins slowly and gradually increases in speed.

Gebbi - Folk dance Konangi
This is a Jesters dance performed by males. It takes you on Hindu festival called Ramanavami. This dance formed as narrator and preech the morals from the life of Lord Rama and Lord Krishna. This is a social dance

Birth of Konangi Dance
Based on Tale / Leela of Lord Krishna's story ..... After Demon King Kamsa's death, a demon named dantavakra taking oath to kill Lord Krishna. He does not need any weapon to fight, because of his power and his terribly big-teeth Demon Dantavakra fought with his terrifying big teeth with Lord Krishna, and caught Lord Krishna's Chakra-weapon with his big teeth; When Krishna thrust to kill him.The demon Dantavakra is not able to open his mouth; because if he open his mouth and loosen the chakra, the rotating chakra will cut his mouth. So he kept on a long time with tightly bitten Chakra by his big teeth Though this inactive state / pose of demon is advantage to Lord Krishna to kill him easily, but Lord Krishna wished and made a trick-plan to open his mouth. Neither Lord Krishna wishes to touch him or her Lord Krishna wishes that the demon killed only with his Chakra.

Meanwhile, already Lord Krishna felt bliss with Demons helpless pose Lord Krishna started to dance with humorous movement. On seeing humorous dance movement, the demon Dantavakra not able to control from laughter. Demon started to laugh, then the Chakra-weapon cuts his mouth and killed. From this incident the Folk dance called 'Konangi' was born This dance called 'Konangi'; Take birth from Lord Krishna's Dance. Konangi also called as the folk dance of Soreashtra people

Dandiya Raas: -
Dandiya Raas is a romantic, very energetic, colorful and playful dance originating in the state of Gujarat. Its roots lay from the days of Lord Krishna who played on the shores of Yamuna river on a moonlit night with his beloved Gopis. Men and women dressed in colorful clothes in two concentric circles - one moving clockwise, one moving counter-clockwise. Men and women carry two bunboo sticks called dandiyas in their hands. In addition to footwork, one of the most enjoyable part of this dance is the creative use of dandiyas. The song sung on the occasion is an amorous one. Raas is a very playful dance providing opportunity for acting and exchanging messages through eye contact. It is no wonder that many romances bloom during Navratri and hence the popularity of the dance among the young generation.

Garba: -
Garba is a very graceful form of dance mainly by women in a circular formation, it is reverences of goddess Ambaji. The basics of the dance are singing and clapping rhythmically while going around the goddess. Today many modifications are also possible. Women are dressed in exquisitely embroidered, set in mirrors cholis, ghaghras and bandhani dupattas! Extensive jewelry in the form of necklaces, bracelets and anklets are also worn. The typical dress code of men is kayhediyu, chudidar and a purban.

Garbi: -
Originally men used to perform this dance. It was on the way back from a battle that the victorious army would start dancing to couplets and amorous songs sung by the Charanswar, or the narrators who used to be the spirit during the battle valor of singing songs. The dance is characteristic for its energetic movements which would fascinate the viewers. Today, though, even females participate in the dance.

Padhar: -
Nal Lake In it, performers simulate the rhythmic movements of roving mariners and the undulating sea waves. The Bhil tribes, who live close to border tracts, and the Adivasis of Dangs district, have specially lively folk dance Stay Connected for Daily Updates About Education and Study Materials for All Compititive Exam Download PDF Below Link File Here.

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