Folk Dances of India

In Maharashtra there are religious devotional dances called Dindi and Kala. These dances describe the playful attitude of Lord Krishna. Dindi is a small drum like a 'Tamate'. The musicians in the centre comprising a 'Mridangam' player and a vocalist give the dancers the necessary musical background. Around this music, the assembled men and women dance joyfully. This is usually danced on the Ekadashi day in the month of Kartik.

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