Goa Cultural Heritage
A traditional folk dance performed by the womenfolk of the scheduled tribe community who were the earliest settlers of Goa, in the second half of the Hindu month Bhadrapada.
Corredinho-Portuguese folk dance
A peasant dance which is popular among Goan elite youth.
Performed only by women, displays a rare blend of Indian & Western rhythms.
In Navratra days. a vigouious session of worship dance.
Fugdi & Dhalo
Folk dance performed by women. The most common folk dance forms of Goa.
It is 111 commemoration of the return of the Ranes after victories over the Portuguese in Bicholim and Satari Taluka.
It manifests joy and happiness of Goa peasants after the harvest, dining Shigmo Festival in Phalgun month.
A traditional warrior dance performed during the Shigmo Festival.
Kala & Dashatlai
Folk dance forms representing the subsequent development of jagar as tiatr. Some of the other popular folk drama forms are Ranmale, Ratkala and Tiatr.
Tribal folk dance: A group dance-cum-song thoroughly rustic.
Performed during Shigmo festival by women Holding lamps on their heads.
A love song. It represents the mingling of Indian and Western tradition.
A traditional folk dance presented by the backward community during Shigmo festival.
A dance-cum-song in praise of valiant Kings. It also projects incidents in the village life of the times, Romat, Tonya Mel and Dhendio are some other folk dance forms.
The earliest form of drama.
Suvari: Folk Music
It is a traditional tone setter to ail Hindu religious and festival performances.
Folk dance performed by men-a social sophisticated, outdoor group dance for men.
Banners mela of Farmers.
Folk dance with sticks- A very vigorous and muscular group dance which is connected with the farm-folk celebrating the joys of good harvest.
It is a typical Indian style dance performed in Ponda, Sanguem and Bicholim Talukas.
Folk Play- A cultural activity presented in different villages of Goa in different styles by the Gauda community.
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