Rajasthani Chari Dance
One of the popular Rajasthani folk dances, Chari Dance portrays the art of collecting water in a pot or chari by the Rajasthani women. This famous dance form belongs to Kishangarh’s Gujjar community and women are only allowed to perform it. Brass pots are carried by the traditionally dressed performers on their heads balancing them to perfection and the pots are kept ignited. Chari Dance does not have any specific movements apart from balancing the pots on the performers’ heads. This dance is often performed at occasions like marriage, the birth of a male child or any other big festival.