Spandan:Folk dances of Balangir

December 9, 2010 at 8:10 am Leave a comment

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Just as the heart beats are essential for one living, the musical rhythms and beats of a folk dance are required for survival of a society. After a season of hard toil in the fields, the harvest time is celebration time. As in several old cultures, the native people of Balangir, a remote district, also celebrate the harvest season with several folk dances. Apart from this, a number of dances popular among the natives owe to the variety of festivals spread throughout the year.

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