Mayur Morni Dance of Rajasthan
Mayur Morni dance, which hails from the State of Rajasthan in India, is named after the national bird, Peacock (Mayur). This form of dance is performed especially during the monsoon season, to celebrate the gaiety and greenery of nature during the rainy season.
This dance depicts the love between Lord Krishna and Radha. The male dancer dressed like peacock depicts Lord Krishna and the woman of Radha. Lord Krishna to please his beloved, changes himself into a peacock and dances, later Lord Krishna is joined by Radha.
This video has for you a dance performance during the Pushkar Fair, an annual weeklong camel and cattle fair held in Rajasthan during winter.