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Regional Dances: Kanara (South)

Title:Regional Dances: Kanara (South)
Author:Karanth, K.S.
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 13 Issue no. 1; December 1959, p. 36-37
Abstract:South Kanara has social (group) and ritualistic folk dances. The group dances are performed by different communities. Among the ritual dances are those relating to local agricultural festivities, many types of devil dances, and the Vaidya dance performed to appease the Serpent King, "Naga" or "Subha Raya".

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