Folklore is the life-long dance of a community. Dance is a special race,
Life-long dance of a non-community This dance originated and developed based on a particular ethnic group, region or tribal culture. With this there is a deep relation between the livelihood of the people belonging to the community, social customs and religious reforms. Folklore has been emerging and practiced in the context of boating, fishing, crop cutting, marriage etc. from far past in Bangladesh.
There are many differences between folk dance and classical dance. The pace of classical dance, the rhythm and the coins have to be comprehended by complex and long pursuits. But folklore is easy and spontaneous. Due to the complexity of the currency and gesture and the difficult constitutionality, this dance can easily be mastered. Various forms of folk dance movements occur in space and time, as they are more involved with life. This change is not only in the case of coins and functions but also in decorations, stage, occasions etc. Dancing is learned throughout the ages. Although the artist has the individual freedom in the field, the main structure of the dance remains unchanged.
Folk dance can be both singular or grouped, but group dance is more popular. Its origins from group or collective consciousness In this, the collective thinking of the person is much more reflective. The song is an essential part of dance. In some cases artists sing songs themselves, in some cases others sing, artists dance. In this case, artists' work of making songs of dance through dance.
These three streams of folk dance have been introduced in Bangladesh, religious, social and cultural. Among them, more than religious dance numbers are. Because of this dance has emerged in the ancient and medieval period, when religious influences in the mass community were numerous. There are various religious beliefs and rituals involved in the source of Kirtanacha, Bratnach, Baulnach, Gambhiranach, Girinach, Fakirnaach etc. The social utility in the cast and crew, and the cultural activities of Chhodranach, Ghatnach and Khamatanake are motivated. Both religions have special effects on Hindu and Islam in some dance dances. They mainly participate in people of these two religions, and they enjoy it. People of all classes of other dance society enjoy themselves. For example, people of Kirtanacha Hindu and Jirnacha Muslim community mainly participate. But there are no communal differences in the clutches and ropes. Again, the main sponsor of Chhokarnach, Ghatunach and Laitonch is a Muslim community, but its doors are open for everyone to enjoy and entertain. Here are some of the most popular dance dramas in Bangladesh:
Avatar dance is present in Faridpur region. The dance is performed after the masked mask in the rug and gambhir festival. It is a dance of diverse views. The aim of this dance is to create the form of ten incarnations of Hinduism through codification.
Kalinitya Kali's dark face and purple extended tongue masks are danced with one hand and a swords and other neck narmunda. The main musical instruments are covered in it. Viras and Behshoras have the dominance of this dance.