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History of Keisabadi Dance
History of Keisabadi Dance History of Keisabadi Dance


Keisabadi is performed in Orissa. This type of dance is performed only by men.

During the dance, people sing in Kosli. Also, in every stanza they shout Haido.

The dance is based on the love story of Radha and Krishna.

Culture of Odisha

Classical Dance
Gotipua Mahari Odissi

Folk Dance
Baagh Naach Chadheia Chaiti ghoda Chhau Chutkuchuta Dalkhai Danda nata Dasakathia Dhan Koela Dhanu Jatra Dhuduki Ghumura Harikatha Jhumar Jodi sankha Karma Kandhei nacha Kathi Kandhei Keisabadi Nachni Naga nrutya Pala Rasarkeli Paika Ranapa Sambalpuri Samprada Laudi nata Lankapodi Lila Tamasa Pasu nrutya Patua Rabana chaya Sakhi kandhei (Sakhi nata) Suanga Sankirtana

Tribal Dance
Desia Gadaba Kandha Koya Onra Paraja Saura

Music
Odissi music Khanjani bhajana Kendara gita Dhumpa

Handloom
Baleswari Bandha Brahmapuri Ikat Khandua Pasapali Sambalpuri Sonepuri

Handicrafts
Pattachitra Chandua Terracotta Jhoti chita Saura painting Clay Stoneworks Wooden crafts Bronze & Bell metal works Dhokra

Observations and Festivals
Bali Jatra Badabadua Puja Dhanu Jatra Dola jatra Nuakhai Gamha Purnima Kumar Purnima Makar Sankranti Manabasa Gurubara Oriya Hindu wedding Prathamastami Ratha yatra Raja Samba Dashami Savitri Brata Snana jatra Vishuva Sankranti











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