Another dance form is called Udka Nat in which the female dancers veil their faces and dance in a stooping posture, each holding the hands of the dancer to her right and the one to her left and each with her feet similarly joined respectively with those of her two contiguous companions. Dega Nat is another form of the Udka Nat where the girls dance without veiling their faces. They hold each other's hands as they dance in a stooping posture with one foot placed in front of the other, moving in a line and now and again wheeling round in a circle......... more
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