Lollywood is a world-famous dance form originating from the state of Kerala. It is divided into many regions and each region has its own dance style and it is not possible to learn all these forms without proper training.
However, there are certain traditional dances that are more popular in the North than in the South. So, if you want to learn Lollywood dance, you should know where to start. First of all, the dance style of Lollywood is a syncopated routine that consists of many steps.
Each step in Lollywood can be either soft or hard and it can also include pirouettes and spins. The rhythm of the routine is simple but it is full of energy that you will enjoy doing.
The first thing you need to learn is Lhara. The basic of this is to synchronize the body movements with the rhythm. You can synchronize your body movements with the rhythm through the use of different hand postures and it is important that you keep them regular. If you do not synchronize your body movements with the rhythm then your routine will be one of chaos.
To be able to synchronize your body movements with the rhythm, you will need to learn the Niyyakalah and Muryu. They are the basic of the dance called the Lhara or the Swayambhu dance. These are taught in many schools but you can learn them on your own too. You just need to learn the basic and the more complex things will come later.
Lhara can be danced by men and women. There are many variations of the Lhara and they are done differently. The basic of Lhara is as the name states, which is to synchronize the body movements with the rhythm. Youneed to learn some basic steps as well to be able to perform the whole routine.
You need to learn all the parts of the routine, starting from the hips, torso, arms, legs and the feet. The steps in Lhara vary from person to person and so it is important that you know them as well. Once you know them, you can perform the routine with ease.
Another form of the Lhara is the Lhaganpuram. This is performed on an inclined platform and the dancer will throw the dancer from left to right to synchronize the body movements with the rhythm.
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