Classical Dance Forms of India

India is home to some of the most varied cultures and traditions around the globe. There are many forms of dance in India, whether it's folk or classical. 

The dialect changes almost every 100 kilometers. So does the style and dress of folk dances. There are four seasons so there are dances for each season. Nearly every state has a dance for harvest time. Folk dances can be used to express the joy, sorrow, and other moods of a society. 

These folk dances evolved over time and have become a popular folk dance, adding uniqueness to Indian culture.

India's dance tradition dates back to ancient times. Dance is well documented by numerous pieces of evidence, including inscriptions, chronicles and chronicles, literary sources, literary sources, art and sculpture, as well as genealogies, genealogies, genealogies, genealogies, literary sources and literary sources. 

Legends and myths support the idea that dance played a major role in Indian society's religious and social life. It is difficult to track the exact history and evolution of these dances, which are called 'art' or "classical" today.

Bharatnatyam is a classical Indian dance form. It includes Kathak Kathakali and Kuchipudi. India is a country of diversity. The country's inhabitants live in a world of music, dance, delicacies, and festivals. The country's rich and diverse cuisine, rich history in instrumental and classical music, and many dance styles reflect its diversity.

The roots of 'Shastriya Nritya'' are found in'Natya Shastra. The Sangeet Natak Akademi, a national academy for performing arts established by the Indian government, has given the classic status to eight Indian dance forms.