Terah Taali Dance
Members of the Kamada tribe perform Terah Taali Dance which is one of the ancient and most popular Rajasthani folk dances and is performed with Manjeeras and other musical instruments. This dance form depicts the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan and is a predominantly female performance. In this performance, Manjeeras are tied to 13 different parts of the performers’ body. These Manjeeras’ sounds create the 13 beats or Terah Taal. This beautiful dance form is depicted in a breathtaking manner and can only be performed by professional dancers. It is also performed in the temple of the legendary Ramdeoji located in Runecha.