PREVIEW FOR FREE CAMP IN FOLK AND TRIBAL DANCES OF INDIA
Guess what? There's now a way other than watching the Assembly sessions on TV
to learn tribal dances! Then, maybe not - anything else is likely to be more dignified…
The Andhra Pradesh Folk And Tribal Cultural Association was started in 1997 by some students of the well-known folk dancer Rangasai Bhatt. The Association has been participating in programs held by the Department of Culture and the Human Resources Development, and also attended cultural programs - especially folk dances - in other cities of India earlier.
The Association is holding a summer camp of folk dances for women for a period of 40 days. This camp is conducted every year with the purpose of spreading the folk and tribal culture among the people. People of all age groups will be taught dances such as Madhuri, Lambada, Dhimsa, Garba, Bhangra and Ghumar, among others, by senior members of the Association.
Please contact Viswakarma at 381-1554/441-0481/98490-42921 for further details.