Chang Folk Dance Group
The Chang Folk Dance came a long way from Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. This ancient traditional dance is highly favoured and appreciated by the Rajasthani people. This outstanding dance performance actually signifies that there are no barriers of caste in the society. All the people either of high caste or low caste, take active participation in the dance happily.
What is the Chang Folk Dance about?
This Chang Folk Dance is mainly a participatory show which is usually performed during the season of Holi, the famous Indian festival of colours and happiness. Young male dancers dance about the stage holding a Chang in their hand. Among them, one boy becomes the main female persona and other dancers dance around him. This dance is performed on traditional Rajasthani folk songs that signify the spring break or what you may call as ‘Falgun’. These songs are related to love, devotion, marriage celebrations, etc. This Chang Folk Dance is often accompanied with flutes, dholaks, ankles, etc. The notes of the Bansuri bring to mind countryside music forms and to the Indian psyche are reminiscent of the love stories of Krishna playing the flute for his beloved Radha.
Churu, Jhunjhunu, Sikar regions of Rajasthan are the main hub of Rajasthani Chang Folk Dance. If you want to hire the astonishing Chang Folk Dance Group to any of your events, all you need to do is to contact Ranadholi. With the Chang Folk Dance Group of Ranadholi, you will be left with a breathtaking performance.
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