Quintessentially Rajasthani, Ghoomar is perhaps the most popular folk dance in the country. Introduced by the Bhil tribe, this dance form was adopted the royal Rajasthani communities. It is performed by women on different events and festivals like Teej, Holi etc. Traditional outfits are worn by the women. The beauty of Ghoomar lies in its graceful movements like spinning around, beating palms, and swaying hands with the traditional songs.
This is another of the Bhil tribe’s many dance forms and is performed during the festival of colors - Holi. This is one of those performances where both men and women take part.
This Holi dance is performed only by men. This form is known as Geendad in Shekhawati and Dandia Gair in Jodhpur.