Folk Dances of Mizoram
The Mizos, blessed as they are with a beautiful environment and rich culture, are vibrant and sociable people. They love to dance as much as they love to sing. They can boast of a number of folk and community dances which have been handed down from one generation to the other through the ages. The dances are expressions of the gay, carefree spirit of the Mizos. It should be mentioned here that these dances are not intended for stage performances, rather, they have been evolved for community involvement and participation.
Folk Dances Of Mizoram
This Dance is known as "Bamboo Dance", because bamboos are used in this dance. The dancer moves by stepping alternatively.
Khuallam (Dance of the Guests) is a dance performed during the ceremony called 'Khuangchawi'. During this ceremony, the guest invited enter the area dancing Khuallam.
It is one of the most popular folk dances of the tribal community in the country and one of the oldest traditional dance.
This meaningful war dance originated from the communities of Pawi and Mara, which reside in the southern part of Mizoram.
Chailam, a popular dance performed during the festival of 'Chapchar Kut' which is regarded as one of the most important festivals.
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