Theyyam: A Dance from Ancient India

It is said that ‘Theyyam’ begins when God has arrived. An ancient ritualistic art form, Theyyam is derived from tribal animism and predates Hinduism. The performance wherein involves a dancer attaining a state of trance before the culmination. An exclusively male domain, Theyyam dancers are trained from their tender teenage years and disciplined in very...

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Vienna Boys Choir: The Famous Musical Teens

By definition, a choir is a group of individuals who act as a team to put together a great performance with every single participant bringing their personality to the mix. We are here to regale you with the tale of a 700-year-old boys choir.  The Vienna Boys Choir is a band of boy sopranos and...

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Bihu: A Striking Folk Dance of India

Here’s an expedition into the indigenous folk dance that is intricately tied to the Assamese culture in India. The dancing style of ‘Bihu’ is characterised by group performances, brisk steps, and rapid hand movements. Read on! A frenzy sets forth when the women move in snake-like movements as they slither enacting their enchantment to the...

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