The Pung Cholom is an exceptionally trademark move of Manipur. It is based upon the drum known as pung or Manipuri mridang. This move may be performed by men or ladies and is generally a prelude to the Ras Lila. In this style, the artists play the pung while they are moving. Infrequently aerobatic exhibition are utilized for an energizing impact, all without breaking the stream of the musicRead More
Khamba Thoibi move is a two part harmony of male and female accomplices, a move of commitment to the sylvan divinity, Thangjing of Moirang
Pung or Manipuri Mridanga is the spirit of Manipuri Sankritana music and Classical Manipuri Dance
Amid the celebration of Lai-Haraoba which is a yearly custom celebration of the Meiteis, the occupants of the valley of Manipur, the Maibis, the priestesses thought to be spritural mediums, follow through their moves the entire idea of cosmogony of the Meitei individuals and portray their lifestyle.
Nupa Pala which is also called Kartal Cholom or Cymbal Dance is a normal for the Manipuri style of move and music
The Ras lila, the encapsulation of Manipuri traditional move is between woven through the divine and unceasing adoration for Radha and Krishna as has been depicted in the Hindu sacred writings and uncovers the wonderful and supernatural affection for Krishna and Radha and the Gopies' commitment to the Lord.
Manipur bamboo dance ,The dancer moves by stepping alternatively in and out from between and acroos a pair of horizontal bamboos, held against the ground by people sitting face to face at either sides. They tap the bamboos, open and close in rhythmic beats.