As part of the Gamak series, awadhi music and folk dancing were performed here on Thursday at the Madhya Pradesh State Tribal Museum,
Ayodhya artist Vandana Mishra performed âAwadhiâ songs and Vikas Shukla from Harda performed âDandaâ folk dance.
The presentation began with vocals from Vandana Mishra and the troupe, in which she performed âAwadhiâ songs. She started her performance with the song Devi in ââthe Jagadamwa Ghar Diana, followed by Deepchandi Tal-Soha Ghar-Ghar Baje Badhaiyan, Neg Geet-Kanganwa O Rani Leve Tor.
She then performed Vara Mala Song Ja Tanik Raghuveer, Mose Daga Kare Ab Hamar Naina, Banna Geet – Mere bunne koi koi dekho, Yellow Pagadia wala, Marriage song- Hathian Sendura, Farewell song – Kahe ko wadi Bidesh, Kajri Awadhi – Hare Rama Sawan Maa, Kajri Mirzapuri- Piya Mehndi Liyada, Sejia Pe Dole Kala Nag, Folklore – Aguri Maa Dussle Piya, Birha – Nikalge Nikulia Gorakhpur Ki, Holi Geet – Aur Mahinwan Maa and Hori Khelo Rakhuvira were presented.
On stage, she was accompanied at the tabla by Pankaj, at the organ by Rahul, at the navel by Ravish Tiwari and at the octopod by Vipin Verma.
It is worth mentioning that Mishra is a grade A artist from Akashkavani and you have performed successfully on various prestigious forums in India and abroad. The second performance was the folk dance âDanda and noâ by Vikas Shukla and his colleagues.
Danda dance is a folk dance. After Raksha Bandhan in the month of Savan, this is done in the Bhuana area of ââthe Nimar area on the occasion of the Bhujaria festival.
The dancer has a pedestal of a foot and a quarter in both hands. The rhythm of the dando on the rhythm of the dholak, the cymbals, the mangere also gives softness to the whole of the danced song.
Sheltered from the Bhukani folk songs of Shri Krishna and Shri Ram, this dance is often the most popular dance in the farming community. Apart from Bhujariya, this dance is also seen on other occasions.
In the Bhuana region of Nimar region, there is an expansion of the tradition of Inagat community dance of Rajasthan. Like the non dance of Rajasthan, there is also a non dance of the Bhuana region which has more speed than the non dance of Rajasthan.
This dance is performed especially on the occasion of Holi, in which devotional songs of Krishna are sung. The dancers dance with two and a half to three feet of poles in hand. The lyrics dance and dance to the beat of the drum with different postures and stanzas facing each other.
On stage during the presentation Tarun Banke, Ajit Khore, Shekhar Locks, Gaurav Gurjar, Arpit Locks, Narayan Khore, Narghame and Lucky Agarwal in dance. In addition, the dancers were accompanied by Vikas Shukla, Chorus Rajkumar and Ramnivas, on Manjira Jagdish Khote, on Dholak Sonu Kajve, on Dhol Ritesh Khore and on Ghangaru Harishyam Patil.