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hiya - great stuff... perhaps may be useful to look up the folk style called "garba" - phonetically something like an extended fur (with extra rrr's at the end) for the "gar" portion - it is probably found all over India in many forms, the one I am thinking is is Gujarati - from Gujarat state in India - and it is (the banging of sticks version) called "daan-dee-ye raas" is how you would pronounce it... I did this dance every year growing up as a child in Durban , South Africa, during the Navrathri festival - religious Hindu festival of 9 nights..... have a look!!

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