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Live Lac Bangle Artist

Chandigarh Event Management offering an exceptional array of Wedding Lakh Bangles that is easy to use. Our entire product range of this product is delivered in various sizes at clients’ end. These products are used in a wedding function.

Live Bangle Making is a very interesting Activity for Females in any event. Bangle maker will make bangles with lac lively in the event. Lac will be heated and molded in circle shape and will be decorated with colors, glitters, stones, etc. Bangles are gracefully created and finished with the utmost attention to each precise detail.

This activity is most suited for ladies’ gathering events. You can hire this for Baby showers, Saree Ceremony, Puberty functions, weddings, etc. Bangles can be gifted as return gifts to the guests.

  • One bangle maker will make bangles to live at the event.
  • Display of already Prepared Bangles arranged at the event to showcase.
  • For Bangle making they usually use threads, glitters, kundans, stones, etc.
  • All the material (equipment, materials) to prepare bangles will bring by bangle maker.

Time: Stall will be available as per your choice at the time of booking. (3 to 6 Hours)

Requirements from Your End:
  • Table / counter should be arranged from your side to arrange the stall and carry out the activity.
  • If the number of bangles exceed more than package you selected, will be charged with extra cost for each pair.

We provide Bangle Making Live Wedding Stall in Pre-wedding, Haldi, Mehandi Function. We also provide Rajasthani Traditional Cultural Stalls, You can Book Lac Bangle Maker, Rajasthani Dress Photo Booth, Lac Bangle Making, Tattoo Art, Nail Art, Barber, Pot Maker, wedding carnival Theme from our website. our services are available in the following cities:- Sangrur, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Bhatinda, Kapurthala, Patiala, Amritsar, Ferozepur, Fatehgarh Saheb, Ropar, Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Faridkot, Mansa, Moga, Muktsar, Navansahar, Chandigarh

Rajasthani Artist Management

Long Man Artist

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Some other activities like Wax hand, Churi stall, Name beads, Portrait artist, and even more.


Bhavai is Rajasthan’s ritualistic dance, which is usually performed by women belonging to Kalbelia, Jat, Meena, Bhil, or Kumhar tribal communities of the state. The dance involves women balancing eight to nine brass pitchers or earthen pots on their heads as they dance and twirl with their feet on the perimeter of a brass plate or on the top of a glass. The dance is accompanied by male performers singing and playing instruments, such as harmonium, sarangi, and dholak. Because of its high level of difficulty and complexity, it takes years for the performer to master the dance form.

Bhavai Dance is a genre of folk dance popular in Rajasthan state in western India. The male or female performers balance a number of earthen pots (mitti / Sand) or brass pitchers as they dance nimbly, pirouetting and then swaying with the soles of their feet perched on the top of a glass, on the edge of the sword, or on the rim of a brass thali (plate) during the performance. The Dance form consists of veiled women dancers balancing up to seven or nine brass pitchers on their head as they dance nimbly, pirouetting, and then swaying with the soles of their feet perched on the top of a glass or on the edge of the sword. There is a sense of cutting edge suspense and nail-biting acts in the dance.

Chari Dance

Chari dance is one of the popular folk dances in Rajasthan India. This dance describes the art of collecting water in a chari or pot by the Rajasthani women in their day-to-day life. The woman travels miles to collect water for the families and the joy is reflected through this Chari dance. This folk dance is performed by groups of dancers. In chari dance, women hold chari or pots on their heads, and a lighted lamp is then placed in the pot.

The famous Chari dance belongs to the Gujjar community of Kishangarh and only women perform in this dance. These ladies carry brass pots on their heads balancing them to perfection. These pots are kept ignited with the cotton seeds dipped in oil. These lit pots display beautiful effects in the dark night. While performing the Chari dance women dance with balancing brass pots (Chari) on their heads and move together and dance in the same sequence. This dance does not have any particular movements except balancing the pots on their heads. This dance is also known as a welcome dance and is a sign of goodness. It can also be considered as the traditional fire dance of Rajasthan.

Chari Dance Elements
The Gujjar women dress traditionally in colorful Rajasthani dresses while performing the Chari dance. The dancers wear big nose rings, on top of their heads they wear khol(define) of coconut. Sampan ladies wear gold ornaments, Hansli, timniya, mogri, punchi, bangdi, gajra, armlets, Karli, tanka, navr are the main ornaments. The background of Rajasthani folk music is also one of the reasons for the attraction towards this dance. Instruments like dhol, dholak,bankiya, harmonium, nagada, and thali. are being used to make folk activities more colorful.

Chari Dance Celebration
The Chari Dance is often performing at the time of marriage occasions, on the birth of a male child, or any big festival celebration in Rajasthan India

Gair Dance

गैर नृत्य का इतिहास : गोल घेरे में इस नृत्य की संरचना होने के कारण यह ‘घेर’ और कालांतर में ‘गैर’ कहा जाने लगा। गैर नृत्य करने वालों को ‘गैरिया’ कहते हैं। यह होली के दूसरे दिन से प्रारम्भ होता है तथा 15 दिन तक चलता है। यह मेवाड़ व बाड़मेर क्षेत्र का प्रसिद्ध लोक नृत्य है जो पुरुषों द्वारा सामूहिक रूप से गोल घेरा बनाकर ढोल, बांकिया, थाली आदि वाद्ययंत्रों के साथ हाथों में डंडा लेकर किया जाता है। इस नृत्य को देखने से ऐसा लगता है मानो तलवारों से युद्ध चल रहा है। इस नृत्य की सारी प्रक्रियाएं और पद संचालन तलवार युद्ध और पट्टेबाजी जैसी लगती हैं। मेवाड़ के गैरिये नृत्यकार सफेद अंगरखी, धोती व सिर पर केसरिया पगड़ी धारण करते हैं जबकि बाड़मेर के गैरिए सफेद ओंगी, (लम्बी फ्रॉक) और तलवार के लिए चमड़े का पट्टा धारण करते हैं। इसमें पुरुष एक साथ मिलकर वृत्ताकार रूप में नृत्य करते-करते अलग-अलग प्रकार का मण्डल बनाते हैं। मेवाड़ और बाड़मेर के गैर नृत्य की मूल रचना एक ही प्रकार है किंतु नृत्य की लय, चाल और मण्डल में अंतर होता है। गैर के अन्य रूप हैं आंगी-बांगी (लाखेटा गांव), गैर नृत्य (मरुप्रदेश), तलवारों की गैर नृत्य (मेवाड़-मेनार गांव)। यह मुख्यतः भील जाति की संस्कृति को प्रदर्शित करता है कणाना’ बाड़मेर का प्रसिद्ध गैर नृत्य है।

गैर के प्रकार –

  1. तलवारों की गैर- यह मेनार (उदयपुर) की प्रसिद्ध है। इस गैर में कलाकार चूड़ीदार पायजामा, अंगरखी, कमरबंधा, पगड़ी, साफा पहनता है। महाराणा अमर सिंह के समय मधुश्याम जी के नेतृत्व में मेवाड़ से मुगल सेना के अधिकार को हटाने के लिए एक योजना के तहत मुगल सैनिकों को मेनारिया परिवार ने जीमने का न्यौता दिया। जिसमें ढोल के प्रथम डंके में सभी सैनिकों के सामने पतल रखे गये, ढोल के दूसरे डंके में भोजन परोसा गया तथा तीसरे डंके में सभी मुगल सैनिकों को तलवार से काट दिया गया।
  2. आंगी-बांगी गैर नृत्य- यह गैर लाखेटा गाँव (बाड़मेर) की प्रसिद्ध है। इसमें पांवों में बूंघरु, धोती, कमीज, साफा, आंगी पहने जाते हैं। चंग व ढोल वाद्य यंत्र काम में लिये जाते हैं।

Ghoomar Dance

Ghoomar is a very popular Rajasthani dance form also called Jhoomer that has even compelled Bollywood to symbolize its exquisiteness by the persistent actors of the industry and promote the Rajasthani tradition along with iconic stories.

The dance involves dancers twirling while moving in and out of a circle. The word ‘ghooma’ represents the swirling movement.

History of Ghoomar

People from the Bhil tribe are known to be the first performers of the Ghoomer dance. This dance form symbolizes the transformation of young girls into womanhood in the Bhil community.

The lavish costumes worn in the dance which have Zari work and embroidery on the Ghagara are a depiction of the prosperity of the Bhil community.

Origin of Ghoomar

Ghoomar was a dance form that originated in Marwar, Rajasthan.
It was performed by the Bhil tribe demonstrating their devotion towards Goddess Saraswati.
It was characterized as the dance performed by the ladies on the occasion of marriages and festivals.
Initially, it was performed with the aim to entertain the kings of Rajasthan.
The tradition of swaying and clapping hands with twirling in rounds got adapted by the Kacchawaha Clan of Rajputs.
It was adapted after defeating the king of Jaipur and further proceeding with the co-existence of the form by both the royal tribes.
Present Scenario

The predominant places that the dance form rules are:

In Udaipur, the dance form resembles Garva of Gujarat and in Jodhpur the movement of limbs is jerky. In Kota and Bundi the form represents elegance and slenderness.

Ghoomar dance form expresses the tradition of a new bride’s welcome into the husband’s house.

The form signifies royalty and was predominantly invented for entertaining kings. Although now it has evolved and is no longer exercised for entertainment purposes but for the promotion of Rajasthani culture across the world.

Costume of Ghoomar
The traditional costume for women involves:

The women are dressed in beautiful swirling long robes known as ‘Ghagaras’ that is symbolic of this dance form.
The faces of the women are covered through veils.
Kundan, mirror, or silver pieces of jewelry are used as accessories.
The vibrant colors on the skirt create a kaleidoscope of colors and exemplify happiness.
Originally the costume design was above the ankle but now it has evolved and dropped down till the knee length.

Kachhi Ghodi

The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. This folk dance originated from the bandit regions of Shekhawati and is generally performed for the entertainment of the bridegroom’s party. This dance is performed by men on dummy horses. Men wear elaborate costumes- red turbans and dhotis and kurtas, embellished with brilliant mirror-work and ride the dummy horses. These dancers move rhythmically to the beating of drums and fifes by holding a naked sword in their hand while a singer narrates the exploits of the Bavaria bandits of the Shekhawati region through his song.

Kachi Ghodi Dance Elements
Kachi Ghodi Dance, a lively folk dance, uses mock fights and the brandishing of swords, nimble sidestepping, and pirouetting to the music of fifes and drums. This form of folk dance is generally performed by the tribes of Rajasthan and is reflective of the socio-historical scenario peculiar to the time or race they depict. From the olden days, horses have played an important role in transportation as well in the warfare of Rajasthan. Even Maharana Pratap Singh goes untold with the mention of his loyal vehicle- Chetak. Horses were also used to symbolize royal power during those days.

The songs in the Kachhi Ghodi Dance are generally about the overt businessman and traders of the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. And traders meant money, and traders meant long overnight journeys on caravans laden with expensive wares. The Kachhi Ghodi Dance Rajasthan depicts the confrontation of the bandits of the Bavaria clan of tribes with the passing commoners.

Kachchhi Ghodi
Originating in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan, Kachchhi Ghodi is one of the most popular folk genres that depict the stories of the local bandits of the region through dance and music. Traditionally, only men – dressed in dhoti-kurta and turban, and riding on an elaborately decorated dummy horse – perform this dance, which is meant to be symbolic of chivalry and bravery. The rhythm of the dance is defined by the flute music and drums, and the dancers usually mock fights using swords to complement the rhythm. It is mostly performed during weddings or social events.

Kalbelia – Rajasthani Dance

Kalbelia dance is a traditional folk dance of Rajasthan. It is well known by other names such as the ‘Sapera Dance’ or the ‘Snake Charmer Dance’. Kalbelia is closely associated with the Kalbelia tribe of Rajasthan. The Kalbelia tribe is a nomadic tribe that follows Hinduism and prefers to live in places just outside of villages, in makeshift camps called Deras. One of the most well-known aspects of the Kalbelia tribe is their expertise as snake charmers and snake catchers. For years, they have been living and following the same routine, traditions, and lifestyle and have learned to earn their living through means of occupation such as curing snake bites, making people’s houses free of snakes, etc. The connection to snakes can be seen in the Kalbelia dance as the costume and dance resembles the movements made by serpents. Interestingly, it is only performed by women while the men play the instruments and provide the music. The popularity of this dance is so much worldwide that it is now in UNESCO’s representative list of the ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity from the year 2010.

There are several traditional Indian instruments that are used during the performance of Kalbelia. These include the pakhawaj, dholak, jhanjhar, sarangi as well as a harmonium. However, the most characteristic instrument played during Kalbelia is the Pungi. The pungi, or been, is a wooden wind instrument that is played with no pauses. The been is synonymous with snake charming in India and fits in perfectly with the heritage of the Kalbelia tribe. During the performance, the women sway, twirl, and gyrate to the music and use acrobatic dance steps which showcase the dancers’ flexibility. As the performance goes on, the tempo of the Kalbelia dance increases and so does the pace of the dance steps. The performance is usually carried out in pairs, with at least two pairs swapping stage-presence seamlessly. This allows one-half of the group to catch their breath while at the same time not letting the pace of the dance slow down.

The Kalbelia dancers wear traditional dresses of their tribe when performing. The women wear an Angrakha on their upper body while their head is covered with an Odhani. They also wear a long skirt with a wide circumference on their lower body, known as Lehenga or Ghagra. The entire dress is essentially black in color with red decorative laces. It also employs a silver thread that is sewed in an assortment of patterns on the black dress, making the dress resemble a black snake with white spots or stripes. It also features a lot of colorful patterns and designs along with mirror work that helps the dancer attract the attention of the audience.

Kalbelia dancers prefer to wear traditional jewelry during their performances. They wear beads around their neck and head in the form of elaborate necklaces and Maang tikka. They also wear bangles and armlets. These can either be worn till the elbow or all the way up the arm. If the sleeve of the Angrakha is full length, bangles need not be worn by the Kalbelia performers.

The Kalbelia tribe was forced to stop their traditional profession of snake-handling ever since the enactment of the Wildlife Act of 1972. As a result, performance art became a major source of income for the once nomadic tribe. The beauty and skill of the Kalbelia dancers have received recognition not just in India, but the world over. However, this dance is slowly losing its prominence as performance opportunities are quite sporadic. Most of the tribe have moved on to working in the fields or grazing cattle as a way to earn income. Additionally, there is no organized training system, schools, manuscripts, or text that help teach Kalbelia songs and dance.

Over the last decade or so, governmental agencies have been making a concerted effort towards preserving this dance form by offering performance opportunities in fairs and festivals of national repute. These fairs tend to attract visitors from across the globe, giving Kalbelia performers better exposure.

Rajasthani Langa Party Booking

What is common in the songs like nimbuda nimbuda, Munkhey Takht Chadayo Heer, Padharo Marre Desh, Saawan, Oh Ladli Looma Jhuma, Aave Hichki, Ghoomer, Aage Aage Kotal Ghudlo, Kesariya Balam, and Gorband Nakhralo? Each of the songs has a timeless appeal, indeed. Also, each of them is a musical masterpiece from the house of the Langa communities. The Langas, who consider themselves of Rajput origin, are musicians by profession. Living in groups, they would pass their songs from one generation to the other. We, at Chandigarh Event Management, arrange for marvelous shows with these Rajasthani Folk Singers at any given party.

Why Book For Langa Parties

The soaring popularity of theme parties attests to the fact that they are going to stay here for long. When it comes to choosing a theme in destination wedding venues like Udaipur, a majority of the couples give their nod to a regal style ceremony. Since musical performances remain a staple entertainment, no one can go wrong by choosing the Marwadi Langa group Booking Udaipur. The vibrantly dressed musicians with their soulful renditions of traditional songs instill the real flavor of a royal Rajput wedding. Often, Langa Folk Musicians sing about emperors like Alexander the great, as well as the local maharajas and the past battles fought locally. They can also bring the female members of their family for a folk dance performance, and invite the guests to join them, as well. Overall, the programs conducted by Kohinoor Langa Group and others come with everything that makes the moments truly rewarding.

When to Call For a Langa Party

Performances of Langa Manganier’s parties have become extremely popular in destination weddings. However, at Chandigarh Event Management, we emphasize that having a Rajasthani Langa Party Booking Udaipur can be a great idea for birthday parties and corporate events, as well. We would happily look after the artist management issues for Rajasthani Langa Party. Also, we would make all the decorations and help in selecting the menu that would complement the theme.

Punjabi Dhol in Punjab

Punjabi Dhol Player For Weddings

We are Punjabi Dhol Player In Delhi who takes the full guarantee to make your party traditionally awesome by providing the best dhol services. We, Chandigarh Event Management are fully dedicated to our clients and so we are the platform that provides amazingly high-quality dhol services. What makes us stand out from the similar dhol service providing platform is that we do not bluff, we provide exactly what we say. There are several reasons that today we are a leading platform in the dhol providing services. The most important ones are described in brief below.

No Cheats

This is our first priority that we do not cheat or deceive our customers in any way. If we have promised to bring twenty dhol players to your event, we make sure that none of the players are missing out. In case if we are unable to provide what we promise, we inform our clients beforehand. But usually, this does not happen as we always keep backup plans for each and everything.


We, Chandigarh Event Management have been in the industry for a really long time. So due to this, our experience has made us fully aware of the expectations and desires of clients in the realm of Dhol services. This is why we know what our clients want and so our services have a variety of dhol players. People today are specific whether they want a nagara or dhol and what type of beats they want. We know all these intricate details and have a variety in this realm. This exceptional quality of ours makes us the preferred ones.

Value For Time

We value our customers’ time. We make sure that we are on exact time at the venue that is decided by our customers. Timing is very important in events. Who would want to get entertained with the dhol beats too early or too soon? This kills the mood of every occasion and disappoints the guests as well. Even if we arrive early we know when to play and what to play when the awesome ‘dhol beats’ are concerned. Our artists know what would attract the guests and so they perform accordingly.

Available 365 Days

We are not a platform that is available only during the times of festive or wedding season. No matter what the occasion is and what time of the year it is, we are just a call away. Yes, one needs to do advance booking for availing Punjabi dhol services in Punjab during the wedding seasons but otherwise one can avail of our services at any time of the year. Be it a birthday celebration or your success party, our dhol services always takes the fun and energy of your event higher.