Maharastra Dance

Tamasha/Lavani dance and Dindi dance are two of the most famous Maharastrian dances. Lavani is basically a musical discussion in which two sides argue whether the god of love was really burnt by lord Shiva in a physical sense or it is an allegorical act. At the end of the Lavani performance a replica of the god of love is burnt. Dindi dance is religious devotional dance which is usually performed on the Ekadashi day in the month of Kartik.

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