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Lezim- Baithak dance- Shri Ram Mandir Gowli- Maharashtra
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Line dance performed by Shri Ram Mandir Gowli, a milkmens' dance troupe, standing at first and then undergoing a series of movements till the performer is lying on his back. The dance is also called baithak dance.The dancers hold jhanj or lezim in hand.
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Lezim- Baithak dance- Shri Ram Mandir Gowli- Maharashtra
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Line dance performed as part of lezim performance by Shri Ram Mandir Gowli, a dhol lezim mandal from Lonavala in Maharashtra. It is also called the baithak dance as it is performed standing at first, then on the haunches and finally while lying on the ground.
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Lezim- Dhol- Shri Ram Mandir Gowli- Maharashtra
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A recording of the sound of the dhol from a lezim dance performance by Shri Ram Mandir Gowli, a milkmens' dance troupe from Lonavala in Maharashtra. The performers dance around the dhol.
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Lezim- Jhanj- Shri Ram Mandir Gowli- Maharashtra
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A recording of the sound of jhanj from a lezim dance performance by members of Shri Ram Mandir Gowli, a milkmens' dance troupe from Lonavala in Maharashtra. The dancers hold the jhanj in their hands while performing.
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Lezim- Shri Ram Mandir Gowli- Maharashtra
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Lezim dance performed around two drums, the dhol and tasha, by members of the Shri Ram Mandir Gowli, a milkmens' dhol lejim mandal from Lonavala. The performers hold either jhanj or lezim in their hands, hence the name of the dance and move in two circles in opposite directions.
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Lezim- Shri Ram Mandir Gowli- Maharashtra
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A recording of the sound of the lezim from a lezim dance performance by Shri Ram Mandir Gowli, a dhol lezim mandal or dance troupe of milkmen from Lonavala in Maharashtra. The dancers hold the lezim in their hands during performance hence the name of the dance.
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Lezim- Shri Ram Mandir Gowli- Maharashtra
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Lezim performance by Shri Ram Mandir Gowli, a milkmens' dhol lejim mandal from Lonavala in Maharashtra. The circular dance is performed around two drums, the dhol and tasha, while the dancers hold either jhanj or lezim in their hands.
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Lezim- Tasha- Shri Ram Mandir Gowli- Maharashtra
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Documentation of the sound of tasha from a lezim dance performance by Shri Ram Mandir Gowli, a milkmens' dance troupe or dhol lezim mandal from Lonavala in Maharashtra. The performers dance around the tasha. The tasha is beaten with thin cane sticks.
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