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Tribes in Madhya Pradesh
Tribes in Madhya Pradesh A large segment about 40 percent of Madhya Pradesh’s population is tribal. Its four agro-climatic zones have resulted in a most interesting mix of peoples and lifestyles. There are three distinct tribal groups; the largest chunk being that of the Gonds, who once ruled most of the state and after whom Gondwana, the central portion of the state, is named. Western Madhya Pradesh is inhabited by the Bhils, a colourful group of warriors and hunters. The eastern side of the state is dominated by the Oraons, most of whom have now converted to Christainity. Population is pretty sparse in the tribal areas as the terrain is hilly and difficult. This poses a big problem as far as communications, transport and medical fac...
Khajuraho Festival of Dances
Khajuraho Festival of Dances Khajuraho Festival of Dances draws the best classical dancers in the country every year, who perform against the spectacular backdrop of the floodlit temples. The seven-day extravaganza is a unique treat for connoisseurs from all over the world.This cultural festival highlights the richness of the various Indian classical dance styles such as Kathak, Bharathanatyam, Odissi, Kuchipudi, Manipuri and Kathakali with performances of some of the best exponents in the field. Modern Indian dance has also been added recently. The dances are performed in an open-air auditorium, usually in front of the Chitragupta Temple dedicated to Surya (the Sun God) and the Vishwanatha Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, belonging to the west...
Jungle Safari in Madhya Pradesh
Jungle Safari in Madhya Pradesh You could choose a jeep, if you prefer, though elephant-back is a far better and quieter vantage point, to explore the Kanha National Park, twice as large as Bandhavgarh and teeming with wildlife. The Kanha National Park has the reputation of being one of the best-managed reserves in all Asia. You can go on mapped circuits accompanied by guides from the forest department who help you to identify the animals and birds. It is a truly thrilling experience, made more so by sightings of the tiger, ‘gaur’, or even the tiny mouse deer (muntjac) or rare hard ground barasingha (12-horned antelope) found only in Kanha. If you are a birdwatcher, Kanha will give you hours and hours of fun – the early morning being the b...
Dances of Jharkhand
Dances of Jharkhand Jharkhand dance forms are a medium of expressing one's feelings, some story or any other event. Most of these folk dances in Jharkhand are performed by the local tribes. These dances not only reflect their mood or dancing talent but also bring into light their culture, traditions and beliefs. The performance of folk dance in Jharkhand does not await the arrival of any particular festival; most of these dances are performed during all the important festivals and occasions such as while welcoming the guests, change of seasons, etc. The tribe that performs the folk dance at Jharkhand is the Kunjbans. They are the main performers of folk dances all across the state. Their performance is so widely popular that they...
Tribes in Jharkhand
Tribes in Jharkhand The ancient tribes of the state of Jharkhand include Birhor, Asur, Birajia and Mal Paharia. Some other ancient tribes of Jharkhand are Sauriya Paharia, Hill Kharia or Sabar, Parahiya and Korba. Most of the people belonging to different Jharkhand tribes dwell in villages. These villages are grouped into tolas. They live in mud houses, which are devoid of any window. They often adorn the external surface of their houses with paintings. The major food for these tribal people is rice and the flesh of birds and animals. According to the famous anthropologist LP Vidyarthi, the tribes of Jharkhand can be broadly classified according to the different ways of livelihood that they practice. The tribes in Jharkhand that a...
Culture of Jharkhand
Culture of Jharkhand Jharkhand culture is rich and diverse and as a result unique in its very own way. Jharkhand culture treats guests as God and serves them and takes care of them as if they are a part and parcel of the family itself. Archaeologists have unearthed pre-Harappa pottery, pre-historic cave paintings and rock-art from various parts of Jharkhand. That hint at ancient, cultured civilizations inhabiting these parts. The intricate woodwork, the pitkar paintings, tribal ornaments, stone carvings, dolls and figurines, masks and baskets, all are pointing towards the cultural wealth of Jharkhand existed even before the Harappa age. Among the most delicate, fragile, beautiful and threatened indigenous tradition of India are for exampl...
Folk Arts in Jharkhand
Folk Arts in Jharkhand The Jharkhand area is famous for a special type of folk painting called the paitkar paintings. This form of painting is one of the earliest forms of tribal paintings in India and thus enhances the culture of Jharkhand. These paintings have a scrolling look and depict life after death. However, due to lack of recognition and promotion, this type of painting is slowly facing extinction. Folk Music includes Akhariya Domkach, Dohari Domkach, Janani Jhumar, Mardana Jhumar, Faguwa, Udasi, Pawas, Daidhara, Pahilsanjha, Adhratiya, Vinsariya, Pratkali, Jhumta etc. Folk dances include Paika, Chaw, Jadur, Karma, Nachni, Natua, Agni, Choukara, Santhal, Jamda, Ghatwari, Matha, Sohrai, Lurisayro etc. Instruments commonly ...
Festivals and Fairs of Jharkhand
Festivals and Fairs of Jharkhand The mesmerizing locale of Jharkhand is endowed with the reputation of being one of those states in the country of India that proudly celebrates an entire caboodle of festivals with unparalleled vigor and incomparable zeal. As a matter of fact, the residents are so jolly, fun-loving and hospitable and the way they celebrate the Jharkhand fairs and festivals, you are in for a huge surprise. The various cattle fairs that are held inside the premises of the state of Jharkhand form an integral appendage of the Jharkhand fairs and festivals. A good majority of them basically pivot around the exchange of exquisitely ornamented cattle for thick bundles of green stuff. These fairs and festivals of Jharkhand also provide sc...
Music and Dance of Punjab
Music and Dance of Punjab Punjab is known to have one of the most diverse and expressive culture in India and the Music and dance is an important component for showcasing it. The dances of Punjab are the most energetic forms of performing arts that you will ever witness. The synchronization found in the dances is simply outstanding. Almost all dances of the state are accompanied with a dhol. There are no dances where men and women dance together. Bhangra is for men whereas Giddha is performed by women. Bhangra - The Dance of Beats Started as a celebration dance in Punjab villages for welcoming the spring season, Bhangra today has turned into a world wide phenomenon. This dance has carried the name of Punjab across all seas more than anyt...
Food of Punjab
Food of Punjab The cuisine of Punjab has an enormous variety of mouth-watering vegetarian as well as non vegetarian dishes. The spice content ranges from minimal to pleasant to high. Punjabi food is usually relished by people of all communities. In Punjab, home cooking differs from the restaurant cooking style.The food of Punjab is meant for the strong-hearted. It is rich in flavours and has a liberal dose of ghee (clarified butter) and spices. Punjab has an abundance of milk and therefore milk products are an important part of daily diet. No meal is complete without large glassfuls of butter milk or lassi (yoghurt drink). Wheat is the staple food of Punjabis; however, they do enjoy eating rice on festivities and other special o...