“Danda Nacha” is very popular in the South Odisha. Danda Nacha is also known as the ‘Danda Jatra’, it happens to be one of the most ancient forms of histrionic arts of the state. Associated with ritualistic services, Danda Nata forms an institution of dance, music, and dramatics blended with religions, social reformation and an association of Universal Brotherhood.
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Danda Nacha is a traditional folk dance form from the state of Odisha in India. It is performed primarily by men as a means of praying to Goddess. The dance involves the use of a long stick or danda, which is wielded skillfully by the dancers to create rhythmic movements and patterns. Danda Nacha is characterized by its energetic and acrobatic movements, accompanied by live music and singing. It is often performed during religious festivals and special occasions in rural areas of Odisha.
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