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Learn Cheraw dance

Learn Cheraw dance
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Learn the art of dance Cheraw at Lamakaan on December 5 from 630pm onwards Cheraw dance is a traditionally ritual dance performed in Mizoram, consisting of mostly six to eight people holding a pairs of bamboo staves on another horizontally placed bamboo at the ground

Learn the art of dance ‘Cheraw’ at Lamakaan on December 5 from 6:30pm onwards. Cheraw dance is a traditionally ritual dance performed in Mizoram, consisting of mostly six to eight people holding a pairs of bamboo staves on another horizontally placed bamboo at the ground. The male performers then clap the bamboos rhythmically while groups of beautiful girls dances in an intricate steps between the beating bamboos.

It is one of the most famous and beautiful dances in Mizoram, and a centre of attraction during festive occasions. Similar dances are found in the far East and in the Philippines. In 2010, a Guinness World Record of largest number of cheraw dancers dancing at the same time was made.

What: Cheraw dance
Where: Lamakaan
When: December 5 from 6:30pm
For Details: 8985356138

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