What are the dance forms of South India?
- Bharatanatyam, from Tamil Nadu.
- Kathak, from Uttar Pradesh.
- Kathakali, from Kerala.
- Kuchipudi, from Andhra Pradesh.
- Odissi, from Odisha.
- Sattriya, from Assam.
- Manipuri, from Manipur.
- Mohiniyattam, from Kerala.
How many classical dances are there in South India?
When it comes to classical dance, there are 8 classical dance forms in India that recognized by the Ministry of Culture and Sangeet Natak Akademi. Among all, deeply ingrained in South Indian culture, the four famous South Indian classical dance forms are: 1. Mohiniyattam 2.
Which is better Kuchipudi and Bharatanatyam?
Bharatnatyam has more precise and rhythmic steps, while Kuchipudi has more graceful and rounded steps. The dress of Bharatnatyam has three fans of different lengths. The sari in Kuchipudi has varying lengths of fans, with one longer than the rest.