What About Dance
1. Dance, the movement of the body in a rhythmic way, usually to music and within a given space, for the purpose of expressing an idea or emotion, releasing energy, or simply taking delight in the movement itself.
2. Dancing is not a sport, though it does have some athletic aspects. Dance is an art. Some people dance to express their feelings and emotions Other people dance to feel better. Dance can be used to tell a story. In some societies, dance goes with song as well as music. People who want to learn to dance can go to dance schools. It may take years of practice to become an experienced and flexible dancer.
Importance of Dance
1. Dance is having is own importance in many ways. It can give you a talent but
only that, it teaches us to do other activities like gymnastic, gym, and to be
flexible. Dance is a social function in most western countries. Depending on the
type of rhythm and tempo. It can constitute cardiac, muscular and more
importantly, psychological exercises and if we dance regularly, we will be healthy the whole like as dancing is a part of exercise.
2. Dance classes promote fitness for a lifetime! Dance also provides the necessary daily physical fitness recommendations of most health care professionals. Promoting physical fitness as being fun and easy from a young age creates an excellent foundation for future lifelong health and fitness.
Dance of India
1. India is a land of diversities. Various climatic conditions have made India a diverse country. In all spheres of Indian life diversities are clearly visible. These
diversities have made the Indian culture a unique one. Like all other aspects
of life, the dance forms of India are also varied and different. There are many
types of dance forms in India, from those which are deeply religious in content
to those which are performed on small occasions.
2. India has thousands of year old tradition of fine arts and classical and folk
music and dances. Some of the world-famous dance forms that originated and evolved in India are Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Manipuri,
Mohiniattam and Odissi. All these dance forms use basically the same madras
or signs of hand as a common language of expression and were originally performed in the temples to entertain various Gods and Goddesses.