Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi

Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!

Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi : Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!


Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. 



Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi : Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!

During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.



Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi : Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!

A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!



Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi : Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!

Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).

Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi : Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!

This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)

Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi : Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!

Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!

Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi : Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!

Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!

Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi : Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!

Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!

Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi : Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!

Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !

Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi : Posted by VJ SHARMA on www.travellingcamera.com : Huchori - Huchori is an integral part of Rongali Bihu. Choral parties of singers and dancers moving from house to house is a salient feature of Rongali Bihu !!!Huchori is a regular thing which happens during the Rongali Bihu and it is a custom of community singing in which a group of singers visit each home in their locality and sing songs containing spiritual and moral values. The group comprises only of men and the event coincides with the Assamese New Year. The group visits every house irrespective of caste, creed and social status of the householder. During the reign of the Ahom dynasty, Huchori singing was a usual custom in the royal palaces. At a later period it began to be practiced by common people.A group of boys performed Hichuri on the stage and it was really interesting to see overall getup of folks in the groups and it seems elder folks also join this group to better guide the younger ones :) .. Although I was not able to make any sense out of the songs or dialogs, but it looked very interesting !!!Huchori group begins its procession from the village headman’s house and continue towards the other houses in the vicinity. The procession proceeds amidst chanting, singing and dancing. Visiting each house in the village, the group accepts some donation from the residents. The singers usually carry a staff, a bag, an umbrella and a lamp while roaming around the village. Their instruments comprise of dhol (drum), taal (cymbals), pepa (horn pipe) and taka (bamboo clapper).This seems more like Lohri in North India.. Specially in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh !!! On Lohri week, boys make some groups and start visiting various houses in the village/town and sing different Lohri Songs... After that every house master offer some stuff like wheat, corns or rice.. and now people prefer to give money.. as it's convenient for both parties :)Huchori Performance at Rongali Bihu Festival in Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts was amazing and the energy level of folks performing was commendable !!!Here is one of the most enthusiatic performer of Hichori Dance who was handling dhol during Riganli Bihu in Delhi !!!Notice the dressed of all these folks and they have taken proper care of clothings they should use !!!Although I was not able to make out anything as they were singing in Assamese but their expressions were telling a story !! Here a couple is presenting something for god and praying for good !This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!

This whole event was organized by Assam association Delhi in partnership with Indira gandhi National Center of Art and it was wonderful experience at Rongali bihu festival !!!


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Semi Classical Performance on Pulok banerjee's song 'Phulore Melate' : Posted by VJ SHARMA : This year during April, Assam Association Delhi organized Rongali Bihu Festival 2011 by @ Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts, New Delhi, INDIA and here are some of the photographs from Semi-Classical performance by Bidisha during the evening...Bidisha is the performer here and she is performing a semi classical dance on Pulok banerjee's song 'Phulore Melate'This song was beautiful as the performer is !!! I have added song in the bottom of this post, so just play it and enjoy with dance steps of Bidisha ...Expressions of this dance form were awesome and not sure if credit should go to Dancer Performer of Dance form itself :) .. But in my opinion mix of both did a great job during Bihu Festival !!!Various types of Expressions made this dance more interesting...Bidisha is weraing Mekhela Sadar here !!! Mekhela Sadar was again a beautiful attire with awesome expressions of the dancers on Fantastic Music in the backgrond !!!Traditionally muga(special silk of assam) is used to make mekhela - sadar (equivalent of Saree in Assam) for girls and kurtas for boys. Till date it is considered to be the most sophisticated attire in Assam.Loved this expression ...Muga silk is one of the many natural gift to Assam. The specialty of this silk is that it has golden bright color.

 

 Sattriya Dance Performance during Rongali Bihu Festival 

 

Semi Classical Performance on Pulok banerjee's song 'Phulore Melate' : Posted by VJ SHARMA : This year during April, Assam Association Delhi organized Rongali Bihu Festival 2011 by @ Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts, New Delhi, INDIA and here are some of the photographs from Semi-Classical performance by Bidisha during the evening...Bidisha is the performer here and she is performing a semi classical dance on Pulok banerjee's song 'Phulore Melate'This song was beautiful as the performer is !!! I have added song in the bottom of this post, so just play it and enjoy with dance steps of Bidisha ...Expressions of this dance form were awesome and not sure if credit should go to Dancer Performer of Dance form itself :) .. But in my opinion mix of both did a great job during Bihu Festival !!!Various types of Expressions made this dance more interesting...Bidisha is weraing Mekhela Sadar here !!! Mekhela Sadar was again a beautiful attire with awesome expressions of the dancers on Fantastic Music in the backgrond !!!Traditionally muga(special silk of assam) is used to make mekhela - sadar (equivalent of Saree in Assam) for girls and kurtas for boys. Till date it is considered to be the most sophisticated attire in Assam.Loved this expression ...Muga silk is one of the many natural gift to Assam. The specialty of this silk is that it has golden bright color.

Semi Classical Performance on Pulok banerjee's song 'Phulore Melate' : Posted by VJ SHARMA : This year during April, Assam Association Delhi organized Rongali Bihu Festival 2011 by @ Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts, New Delhi, INDIA and here are some of the photographs from Semi-Classical performance by Bidisha during the evening...Bidisha is the performer here and she is performing a semi classical dance on Pulok banerjee's song 'Phulore Melate'This song was beautiful as the performer is !!! I have added song in the bottom of this post, so just play it and enjoy with dance steps of Bidisha ...Expressions of this dance form were awesome and not sure if credit should go to Dancer Performer of Dance form itself :) .. But in my opinion mix of both did a great job during Bihu Festival !!!Various types of Expressions made this dance more interesting...Bidisha is weraing Mekhela Sadar here !!! Mekhela Sadar was again a beautiful attire with awesome expressions of the dancers on Fantastic Music in the backgrond !!!Traditionally muga(special silk of assam) is used to make mekhela - sadar (equivalent of Saree in Assam) for girls and kurtas for boys. Till date it is considered to be the most sophisticated attire in Assam.Loved this expression ...Muga silk is one of the many natural gift to Assam. The specialty of this silk is that it has golden bright color.  

 Sattriya Part-2

 

 

 

 

Rongali Bihu Festival 2011 by Assam Association, Delhi @ Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts, New Delhi, INDIA

 

 

Semi Classical Performance on Pulok banerjee's song 'Phulore Melate' : Posted by VJ SHARMA : This year during April, Assam Association Delhi organized Rongali Bihu Festival 2011 by @ Indira Gandhi National Center of Arts, New Delhi, INDIA and here are some of the photographs from Semi-Classical performance by Bidisha during the evening...Bidisha is the performer here and she is performing a semi classical dance on Pulok banerjee's song 'Phulore Melate'This song was beautiful as the performer is !!! I have added song in the bottom of this post, so just play it and enjoy with dance steps of Bidisha ...Expressions of this dance form were awesome and not sure if credit should go to Dancer Performer of Dance form itself :) .. But in my opinion mix of both did a great job during Bihu Festival !!!Various types of Expressions made this dance more interesting...Bidisha is weraing Mekhela Sadar here !!! Mekhela Sadar was again a beautiful attire with awesome expressions of the dancers on Fantastic Music in the backgrond !!!Traditionally muga(special silk of assam) is used to make mekhela - sadar (equivalent of Saree in Assam) for girls and kurtas for boys. Till date it is considered to be the most sophisticated attire in Assam.Loved this expression ...Muga silk is one of the many natural gift to Assam. The specialty of this silk is that it has golden bright color.  

 

Huchori Performance by an Assamese group of boys @ Rongali Bihu Festival, IGNCA, Delhi

 

 

 

Semi Classical Performance on Pulok banerjee's song 'Phulore Melate'


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