Originated from the Bhil community, Gair Dance is one of the most colorful Rajasthani folk dances and performed mainly on festivals like Holi and Janmashtami. Traditional artists including both men and women are decked up in colorful and vibrant costumes during this performance. The performers circle one another while moving in an anti-clockwise and clockwise direction, and swinging their arms to the drum beats. Two of the prominent variations of Gair Dance include Dandi Gair and Geendad found in the Marwar region and Shekhawati region. Traditional instruments, captivating dance steps, and colorful costumes are the key highlights of this dance performance.