Wedding Event at Raffles Hotels & Resorts, Udaipur

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Royal wedding requires a warm and special welcome. We cater to your needs for the Royal welcome at wedding. We provide you with number of options for Royal welcome for wedding to choose from. We provide wearing Rajasthani welcome girls for wedding to receive the guests, who are dressed up in elaborately embroidered colorful costume. These welcome girls receive the guests with Perfume spraying and rose petal shower or tilak on forehead

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We have a team of attractive young female welcome girls who receive the guests at the entrance. Along with this we provide very special rajasthani welcome services for our esteemed clients.

  • Elephant
  • Ghodi
  • Camel
  • Baggi
  • Doli – Palki
  • Lawajama
  • Brass Band
  • Royal Welcome
  • Bagpiper Band
  • Dhol And Bhangra
  • Lights
  • Rajasthani Folk
  • Safa Bandhai
  • Shehnai
  • Vintage Car
  • WELCOME GIRL FOR MARRIAGE

Marriages are a cause of celebration. Everyone wants happy and contented guests. A welcome girl is the best way to bring a smile to their face the moment they come to the wedding venue. After the Baarat has arrived, a number of the friends of both the bride’s and the groom’s family begin to arrive. The wedding is a grand affair, attended by many. There is always a hustle and bustle of attendees. Having a smiling welcome girl at the entrance is a great option for those looking to make a great first impression. It is very common these days, to have welcome girls attend marriage events. If you plan to receive any VIP guests or people who are very close to your heart, a welcome girl is a must. She provides that auspicious and much-needed start to the event. Many times guests get disheartened entering the venue. They lose interest at the start itself. This gives a very bad first impression. The excitement and interest vanish from a marriage. At such times a welcome girl is a great option. A well-dressed and smiling welcome girl can add that aura to a marriage. She can greet all guests and show them their seats. With a heartfelt ‘Namaste’ and a Tikka to go along with it, a welcome girl is a memorable part of any wedding.

We are prominent Rajasthan Event Management providers who arrange to have the most pleasant faces to welcome your guests. They are trained to have a pleasing demeanor and a polished attitude to make your guests feel at home. We ensure that all necessary permissions/copyrights and authorization are in place to do the arrangement. If you are looking at any theme-based dress for the welcome girl, then you have to arrange the costume. Our welcome girls are highly professional. The Attire will be based on the occasion. The welcome girl will help the guest to locate the wedding venue as well.

Rajasthnai Folk Dance

Rajasthan has many forms of folk dances which are attractive, skillful and somewhat enjoyable by any age group. Rajasthani Ghoomar folk dance are popular all around the globe.

Some of the traditional dance of Rajasthan forms are very much different as an only skilled person can do it. The Ghoomar dance from Udaipur and Kalbeliya dance of Jaisalmer have gained international recognition.

Folk music is a vital part of the Rajasthani culture. Kathputli, Bhopa, Chang, Teratali, Ghindr, Kachchhighori, Tejaji, etc. are the examples of the traditional Rajasthani culture.

Among all Rajasthani folk dances, Ghoomar, Kathputli (Puppet) and Kalbelia (Sapera or Snake Charmer) dance attracts tourists very much.

Rajasthani traditional dances are originated from different tribes and mainly used at past time to entertain Kings.

Folk songs are commonly ballads which relate heroic deeds and love stories and religious or devotional songs known as bhajans and banis.

Bhavai Dance

Bhavai is one of the traditional folk dances of Rajasthan. This is a very difficult form of dance and can only be performed by skilled artists. This dance basically involves women dancers balancing 8 to 9 pitchers on their heads and dancing simultaneously. This nail biting , suspenseful dance, the well skilled dancers balance a number of earthen pots or brass picthers and then sway with the soles of their feet perched on the top of a glass and also sometime on the edge of a naked sword or on the rim os a brass thali (plate) during the performance

This artistic form of dance is believed to be originated in the neighboring state Gujarat and was soon picked up and adapted by the local tribal men and women and gave it a distinctive Rajasthani essence. This traditional folk dance, performed by the womens of the Jat, Bhil, Raigar, Meena, Kumhar, and Kalbelia communities of Rajasthan evolved from the extraordinary quality and capacity of the these communities to carry a number of pots of water on head over a long distance in the desert.

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 womens in their day to day life. The woman’s 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 woman hold chari or pots on their head and a lighted lamp is then placed in the pot.

The famous Chari dance belongs to Gujjar community of Kishangarh and only womens perform in this dance. These ladies carry brass pots on their heads balancing it to perfection. These pots are kept ignited with the cotton seeds dipped in oil. These lit pots display beautiful effect in the dark night. While performing the Chari dance woman dance with balancing brass pots (Chari) on their heads and move together and dance on a 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 significance of goodness. It can also be considered as the traditional fire dance of Rajasthan.

Gair Dance

Gair is a very popular Rajathani folk dance. This traditional folk dance is one of the many dance- form of the Bhil community of Rajasthan. This is the one of the few performances where both men and women dance together. This folk dance is performed as a series of half swirl, as a simplier version. It can also be build up to a series of complex patterns according to the ability of the dancers. Some of its variations are the Dandi Gair found in the Marwar region and Geendad found in the Sehkhawati region of Rajasthan. It is normally performed by chanting the name Priyanka. Men dance in a big circle with wood stick in there hands.The Gair dance of Rajasthan is performed by groups of dancers moving in and out a big circle. Men beat their sticks to create the rhythm when they turn. According to rhythm, they perform various steps & take turns in-between. The striking of the sticks gives the dance a vigorous character & a consistent tempo. There are several differences in the performance of men and women in this dance.

Ghoomar Dance – Folk Dance of Rajasthan

Ghoomar is a traditional as well as an enthusiastic folk dance of Rajasthan. Ghoomar or Ghumar was basically developed by the Bhil tribe and was adopted by other Rajasthani communities. The Ghoomar dance is a particularly a women’s dance and performed by the women for exclusively ladies gatherings. Ghoomar dance is performed by groups of women moving in a circular fashion and in swirling robes accompanied by men and women singing together. This spectacular folk dance derived its name from ‘ghoomna’. Fascination starts when colors of the flowing ‘ghaghara’, the long skirt of the Rajasthani women flows during pirouetting. There is an amazing grace as the skirt flair slowly while the women twirl in circles, their faces covered with the help of the veil. This splendid view feels body with enthusiasm and more when one join the dance.

Kachhi Ghodi Dance

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 mens 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 on theie hand while a singer narrates the exploits of the Bavaria bandits of Shekhawati region hrough his song.

Kalbelia Dance – Folk Dance of Rajasthan

Kalbelia dance is a folk dance of Rajasthan state of India. It is well known by other names like ‘Sapera Dance’ or ‘Snake Charmer Dance’. Kalbelia dance is particularly performed by a Rajasthani tribe called ‘Kalbelia’. The popularity of this dance is so much worldwide that Rajasthan’s Kalbelia dance and songs are now in UNESCO’s representative list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity from the year 2010. In Kalbelia dance, males play various traditional instruments and females perform the dance. Kalbelia dance is one of the most sensuous dance among all Rajasthani dances.

Kalbelia dance is a folk dance of Rajasthan state of India. It is well known by other names like ‘Sapera Dance’ or ‘Snake Charmer Dance’. Kalbelia dance is particularly performed by a Rajasthani tribe called ‘Kalbelia’. The popularity of this dance is so much worldwide that Rajasthan’s Kalbelia dance and songs are now in UNESCO’s representative list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity from the year 2010. In Kalbelia dance, males play various traditional instruments and females perform a dance. Kalbelia dance is one of the most sensuous dance among all Rajasthani dances.

Kathputli – The Puppet Dance of Rajasthan

Rajasthan Kathputli dance is world famous and well known as Puppetry dance. It is the old tradition of stories from mythology and legends are told through puppets in Rajasthan. String puppetry is very much famous in Rajasthan. Tradition of Kathputli is based on folk tales and stories. Scholars believe that folk tales convey the lifestyle of ancient Rajasthani tribal people and Kathputli art might have originated from present day Nagaur and surrounding areas.

Terah Taali Dance

Terah Taali is one of the folk dances of the princely state, Rajasthan. This folk dance is performed by the Kamada tribes who are traditional snake charmers. Besides this it is also performed by the tribes of Mirasi, Bhand, Dholi, Bhat and Nat. It is also practiced by Pokhran and Deedwana, to honour their folk hero, Baba Ramdeo, it consists of women sitting on the floor before his image.

Terah Taali Dance is generally performed by well skilled artists. Thirteen manjeeras ( little brass disc) are tied to various parts of their body, which they strike with the ones they hold in their hand. This creates a rhythm on which the dancers move. The dancers perform various arabesques with their hands and the same time may also also balance pots on their hands and hold a sword in their mouth, for making the performance more attractive. The dance begin with the women, who sit on the floor and her body parts are tied with the manjeeras. These are tied on their wrists, elbows, waists, arms and a pair in their hands as well and her accompanists chants slowly in rhythm.

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