Koch-Rajbongshi Cultural Society

Goalini Nritya Goalini Nritya is the most popular form of folk dance among the people of western Assam basically warmed up by the Koch-Rajbongshis. This particular folk dance originated at a place Gauripur in Assam, the cultural centre of Koch-Rajbongshis from the myth (Folk Tale) of a couple of Goal and Goalini (Milkman and Milkwoman) inhabiting in the undivided Goalpara district of Assam. It depicts the day to day life and longings of the ordinary people of the Koch-Rajbongshi society in the agricultural background during the period of feudal system

Goalini Nritya Goalini Nritya is the most popular form of folk dance among the people of western Assam basically warmed up by the Koch-Rajbongshis. This particular folk dance originated at a place Gauripur in Assam, the cultural centre of Koch-Rajbongshis from the myth (Folk Tale) of a couple of Goal and Goalini (Milkman and Milkwoman) inhabiting in the undivided Goalpara district of Assam. It depicts the day to day life and longings of the ordinary people of the Koch-Rajbongshi society in the agricultural background during the period of feudal system

Goalini Nritya

Goalini Nritya is the most popular form of folk dance among the people of western Assam basically warmed up by the Koch-Rajbongshis. This particular folk dance originated at a place Gauripur in Assam, the cultural centre of Koch-Rajbongshis from the myth (Folk Tale) of a couple of Goal and Goalini (Milkman and Milkwoman) inhabiting in the undivided Goalpara district of Assam. It depicts the day to day life and longings of the ordinary people of the Koch-Rajbongshi society in the agricultural background during the period of feudal system

Goalini Nritya

Goalini Nritya is the most popular form of folk dance among the people of western Assam basically warmed up by the Koch-Rajbongshis. This particular folk dance originated at a place Gauripur in Assam, the cultural centre of Koch-Rajbongshis from the myth (Folk Tale) of a couple of Goal and Goalini (Milkman and Milkwoman) inhabiting in the undivided Goalpara district of Assam. It depicts the day to day life and longings of the ordinary people of the Koch-Rajbongshi society in the agricultural background during the period of feudal system

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