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छत्‍तीसगढ़ी परम्‍पराओं में लोकगीतों का प्रमुख स्थान है। इन लोकगीतों में छत्‍तीसगढ़ी संस्‍कृति की स्‍पष्‍ट झलक मिलती है। यहाँ के लोकगीतों की समृद्ध परम्‍परा में भोजली, गौरा, सुआ व जस गीत जैसे त्‍यौहारों में गाये जाने वाले लोकगीतों के साथ ही करमा, ददरिया, बाँस, पंडवानी जैसे सदाबहार लोकगीत शामिल हैं। इन…
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Sua Geet refers to songs sung and performed by women in Chhattisgarh celebrating the time of harvest. Women sing songs in a circle, at the center of which is usually placed a basket carrying harvested grain and a wooden figure of a parrot. The songs are sung to the beat of the clapping of hands,…
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Sua Geet refers to songs sung and performed by women in Chhattisgarh celebrating the time of harvest.  Women sing songs  using the metaphor of the parrot (Sua)  to symbolise their inner worlds. This was a tradition largely performed by Gond adivasis earlier,  but is now popular across communities…
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Sua Geet refers to songs sung and performed by women in Chhattisgarh celebrating the time of harvest. Women sing songs in a circle, at the center of which is usually placed a basket carrying harvested grain and a wooden figure of a parrot. The songs are sung to the beat of the clapping of hands,…
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Sua Geet refers to songs sung and performed by women in Chhattisgarh celebrating the time of harvest. Women sing songs in a circle, at the center of which is usually placed a basket carrying harvested grain and a wooden figure of a parrot. The songs are sung to the beat of the clapping of hands,…
in Library Artifacts
Sua Geet refers to songs sung and performed by women in Chhattisgarh celebrating the time of harvest. Women sing songs in a circle, at the center of which is usually placed a basket carrying harvested grain and a wooden figure of a parrot. The songs are sung to the beat of the clapping of hands,…
in Library Artifacts
Sua Geet refers to songs sung and performed by women in Chhattisgarh celebrating the time of harvest. Women sing songs in a circle, at the center of which is usually placed a basket carrying harvested grain and a wooden figure of a parrot. The songs are sung to the beat of the clapping of hands,…
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Arnab Bhaumik
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Book review of Traditions of Indian Folk Dances by Dr Kapila Vatsyayan (New Delhi: Indian Book Company, 1976)
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Shagun Butani in conversation with Guru Shashadhar Acharya on Chhau
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