Bagurumba

Bagurumba, also referred to as the Assamese is a folk dance of the Bodo tribe Assam from Northeast India and is performed by the Bodos during their Bwisagu festival. The dance is sometimes called the "butterfly dance" as its movements resemble the actions of butterflies. Bagurumba dance's other name is Bardwisikhla dance. It is danced with the accompaniment of musical instruments like serja (a bowed instrument), sifung (flute), tharkha (a piece of split bamboo), kham or madal (a long drum made of wood and goatskin)

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