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The Tale of Dance



I just loved these Rajasthani Dancers, with the flow of colour as they told their Epic Tale through Music and Dance.


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Simon K

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Registered: March 2011
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Date: Fri April 22, 2011
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Keywords: rajasthani dancers diwali rajasthani band dance story telling




angela taylor
Beautiful capture lovely colours. Angela
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#1 Fri April 22, 2011 12:19pm

Simon K
This is one of my favorites, I just love the motion of the fabric within the dress, the power conveyed through the flow of fabric. This Dance reaches a pitch, speed and intensity that just makes your jaw drop and make you say WOW.
The Contemplation of Beauty causes the Soul to Grow Wings
Plato
#2 Fri April 22, 2011 1:33pm

jamest
Very nice.
#3 Fri April 22, 2011 7:18pm

Simon K
Hi St Jame thanks for your feedback, glad you enjoy
The Contemplation of Beauty causes the Soul to Grow Wings
Plato
#4 Sat April 23, 2011 2:30am

roberto.domenichini
I think this is the best of the two you posted, the dresses motion and the splendid colours capture the eyes. Fantastic. Bye Simon.
#5 Sat April 23, 2011 5:29am

ushascorpio22@gmail.com
Great capture..i would like to share some information bout this dance.This dance is called "Ghoomar"
A community dance of the Rajputs, performed by the women of the house and traditionally out of bounds for men, it uses simple, swaying movements to convey the spirit of any auspiciousoccassionn. There is, however, an amazing grace as the skirts flare slowly while the women twirl in circles, their faces covered by the veil. Traditionally, all women, whether old or young, participate in the dance, which can continue for hours into the night. A new bride, on being welcomed to the home of her husband, too is expected to dance the ghoomar as one of the rituals of the new marriage.
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Usha
#6 Tue April 26, 2011 12:48pm




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