These are the couple of dances which we perform

Dhimsa Dance: This Dance is performed by the farming folk of Andhra Pradesh. The Dhimas Dance of the Porja Caste, was an exclusive Women's Dance. Now it is performed by both Women and Men on special occassions, and is dedicated to the welfare of the domestic life.The Men and Women of the Porja caste perform the Dance with great feeling. It is considered a must for newly-wed because on this day the women pray for a peaceful and happy married life. Women Dance around in unison holding their hands together at wrists.

Bhangra Dance: Beginning as a form of lively folk music performed at harvests in the Punjab, Bhangra has evolved remarkably over the past five hundred years. The music now fully represents the culture of the Punjab region, and the struggles of its people in their long and storied history. Moreover, the music still evolves today, incorporating elements of many different kinds of music from around the world, while still existing in its traditional form.

Kolata: Kolata or stick dance is a kind of valour dance involving groups of people who indulge in bending, swaying and jumping activities to the tune of rhythmic clashing of sticks. With two sticks in hand, each dancer can strike in various patterns and rhythms. There is considerably more flexibility in the pattern of dancing so also singing. Members of Vokkaliga, Nayaka and Golla communities of Mysore, Mandya and Hassan districts and the Hallakki Gowda community of North Karnataka and the Kodavas of Coorg excel in Kolata. There is a rich spread of romantic and valour themes and references to contemporary, political and social issues in Kolata songs

Holi Dance: Holi festival of India. The Holi Festival is known as the "Festival of Color" and is a celebration of Lord Krishna and God's Creations. The colorful festival of Holi, literally means 'burning', is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Phalguna and heralds the onset of spring season. Holi is the time when people from all castes and social strata come together forgetting all past differences and grievances. Holi dance depicts the festivities of Holi festival.

Lavani: Lavani comes from the word Lavanya which means beauty. This is one of the most popular forms of dance and music that is practiced all over Maharashtra. It has in fact become a necessary part of the Maharashtrian folk dance performances.