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About IndiaVivid

IndiaVivid is a platform to Discover, Share and Celebrate INDIA. We showcase the best of Indian States, Places, Art Forms, Dances and the like focusing on unique and distinct aspects of Indian culture which makes this country beautiful and one of a kind.We serve the cause of Indian society through focus on optimism, positivity and opportunities. We operate through a global community consisting of writers, editors, photographers, videographers, artists from different walks of like representing Indian culture focused on the unifying mission of ""spreading India's uniqueness with the world".You can contribute and participate in this journey of discovery, sharing unique insights in the process and celebrating India's uniqueness and vividity.

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IndiaVivid invites contributions from writers, editors, photographers, videographers, artists and anyone with the desire to contribute. IndiaVivid is looking at contributors from each State of India as a contributor anchor to act as a nucleus/focal point for the State. If you are interested in joining as a contributor anchor or would like to associate long term, please Email IndiaVivid. Each contributor anchor will have an opportunity to manage and work with other contributors for IndiaVivid.In addition, we are also looking for writers and editors to join us on long-term basis or as a freelancer.We believe in providing opportunity to enhance careers and showcase skills. With this in view, we are open to people contributing voluntarily and enhancing their brand. If you would like to contribute voluntarily, you could join us.We reserve the right to screen and publish articles and content as per our own guideline.

Indian Dance Forms

India is a country of dance and song. Its traditions and cultures are interwined with music, festivities and dance. Indian Dance Forms are a combination of the traditional intermingled with folk and the classical forms of dance.

8 forms of Indian Classical dance forms are recognised in India. Indian classical dance has its origins in historical context some reaching out to 400 BC. These dances have drama and acting within the dancing sequence and are richly marked with facial expressions.

While dance in India originated in temples of kings, it has been passed on through generations. Classical dance forms such as Bharatnatyam have been revived and given greater impetus. The Indian Government recognises 11 forms of classical dance. Folk dances are popular within the sub-regions across states such as at the Ramlila in Uttar Pradesh.

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