On the occasion of National Folk Dance Festival, various folk dances were organized in the auditorium of Premchand Rangshala, which was inaugurated by the Director, Directorate of Cultural Affairs by lighting the lamp. Secretary and Assistant Secretary Bihar Sangeet Natak Akademi and senior artistes were present on this occasion. After the inauguration program Mr. Manoj Patel , Bollywood artist presented folk dance by Rang Group Mr. Kumad Uday Singh , Hulchul Bidesiya Nach Pati , Ara . Folk dance was presented by Aastha Welfare Society, Begusarai, Rakesh Kala Sanskriti Sansthan, Saran.
Launda Dance is a traditional folk dance of Bihar, India, which is performed mainly by men. It is also known as Launda Nach or Launda Naach. This dance form is associated with the Bhojpuri-speaking regions of Bihar and is often performed during cultural festivals and weddings.
In the Launda Dance, male dancers dress up in colorful costumes and adorn themselves with jewelry, turbans, and garlands. They dance to the beats of folk music played on instruments such as the dhol, shehnai, and harmonium. The dance involves quick and energetic movements of the feet, along with gestures and expressions of the face and hands.
The Launda Dance is believed to have originated as a form of celebration and entertainment for the rural communities of Bihar, and it has since become an important part of the state’s cultural heritage.