Bihu: The ‘Bihu’ is the most widespread folk dance of Assam. The dance is part
of the harvest festival of Bihu that comes in mid-April.
The participants are young men and girls, who dance
together, without mixing of the sexes. The dancers use
drums and pipes as the accompanying instruments.
Chaudang Hussari: It is a group dance performed by boys and girls of the ‘Ahom’ tribe.
Keli Gopal: It is a folk dance depicting Lord Krishna.
Khamba Lim: It is a performed during
harvests by a male and female dancer.
Lakhon Puza: It is a dance of the ‘Lalung’ tribe.
This dance is associated with the ‘Ali-Ali
of the ‘Mishmi’ tribes of Assam. It depicts the various
stages of cultivation from sowing till reaping.
Nat Puja: It is performed with a sword in the hand to please Lord Shiva.
It is a cock-fight dance.
It is performed during holi.
Table Chongbi: It is also performed during holi.