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Jhora - Folk Dances of Kumaon

A community dance, when all barriers of castes are thrown to the winds, except in the village, where the high and lower castes have separate Jhoras, it is danced at fairs to the accompaniment, of singing that grows with the dance.

Performed either in the morning or evening, they are danced at the coming of spring, mostly at fairs, but also to celebrate weddings. From the minimum, number, six, it swells to 200 at times, men and women both joining in. Together they move in a circle, holding each other's arms and slight1y bending their bodies forward as they move. On the first beat of the Hurka, the left leg crosses the right, striking the floor with the left foot. On the second beat, the right foot is thrown sideways with a slight jump and little dip and the performers return to their original standing pose, with the bodies swaying slightly to the back. The third and fourth steps are given to the left and right foot respectively. Each step is taken with a slight jump and the accompanying neck and shoulder movements. This completes one cycle. If the circle is big the Hurka players, accompanied by the cymbals and, flute dance inside the circle, singing and playing simultaneously, rending the air joyous with exhilaration. The men and women dancers, themselves provide the singing following the lead of the Hurka player-the women follow the men-the tempo remains the same neither very fast nor very slow.

Costumes are only worn at the fairs when the women turn out in their glamorous best. There is no time limit to the dance, going on sometimes, for 24 hours with new groups joining in while old ones retire. Sometimes, in extra exuberation, they may dance the Do Manjila Jhora-a Jhora with two storeys. The persons on top move automatically with the movements below.

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नैननाथ रावल की आवाज में सुनिये झोड़ा


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Mahar Da,

Thanx... Nain Nath rawal is really master of Jhoda...   

I also remember on his johda.

Lagi re chhe Lagi Re Chho.
Meri Aakhi Mi Ninur Lagi Re Choo.

नैननाथ रावल की आवाज में सुनिये झोड़ा


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGlNapAdp6g

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Nainaath rawal jee ke Jagar bhi Bhot famous hai....

Unke Gagnaath Jaagar ji 2 Cd's Bhi market me aayi thi 3 saal pehle...


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एक और "मोहना लौंडा नौ सिपाही, तेरी गाड़ी में रम बोतल"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42MICBp-X_o

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झोड़ा नृत्य में पावों की विशेष लय भी महत्वपूर्ण है, इसमें 1,2,3-1 की लय से पांव चलते हैं, मतलब, शुरु में पांव से तीन step  लगातार चलेंगे १,२,३ फिर रुककर एक step वापस।

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एक और चाचरी-

नैनीताल दियो लागी रो नंदी
भीमताल दियो पाकी रो ला..

मोहना लोन्दा नौल सिपाही
गोरु ना गोवा लागी रो ला..


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न्योली और भगनौल प्राचीन उत्तराखण्डी संगीत के प्रतीक हैं,

ओऽऽऽऽऽ काटना-काटना कटी ऊंछ, चौमासी को बान,
होऽऽऽऽऽ थामी जांछ बगन्या पानी, नै थामिनो मन.....

कभी-कभी यह पहाड़ की, घर की, नौले की, गाड़-गधेरों की याद दिलाकर रुला देते हैं, खासकर शाम की महफिलों में......।

 

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