This popular dance form holds a special position in Gwalior's vibrant heritage and enjoys immense popularity among the people of Madhya Pradesh. It is performed with great enthusiasm during folk festivals by the Baredi, Ahir, Gwala, Raut and Rawat communities. It is performed by both men and women, who are believed to be the descendants of Lord Krishna. The dance draws heavily from Indian mythology and leaves audiences enchanted with the charming moves executed during it. The clean and swift motions of the performers, the vibrant costumes and enthusiasm, all culminate to keep the viewers engaged. To witness amazing ahiri performances by the talented ahir folk dancers of the region, make sure to attend one of the popular folk events held in the city.

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