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Le Maa Aj Wehra
Le Maa Aj Wehra is a classical Bhai Dooj song that was sung by Jasmine and her family during the time of partition. The song has been sung ever since the end of the British rule in India. It tells of a princess who rules a kingdom ruled by her husband but is forced to marry an enemy’s son because her father has passed away. This is the story of how Le Maa Aj Wehra finds love again despite her family’s misgivings.
The song is very simple and is just one of the many remarkable songs that can be played at any occasion like marriage, birthdays, anniversaries and even during funerals. But it would be unfair to say that Le Maa Aj Wehra has nothing to do with Indian music. Even today, Le Maa Aj Wehra is still sung by many youngsters. The song first appeared on the radio in 1969 and went on to become one of the most popular Bhai Dooj songs ever. This is why you will find Le Maa Aj Wehra Dance and Maa Dham Odhana songs being sung at various events around India.
The Le Maa Aj Wehra dance is a slow paced dance that consists mainly of slow jigz that seeps into the soul. It also has a fair share of dance steps that are colorful and flamboyant. In fact, the dance steps and song may seem too commonplace to be interesting, but there is more to it than meets the eye. Music has the power to make a simple act into something meaningful. This is also the reason that Le Maa Aj Wehra enjoys such popularity among the young generation.
Le Maa Aj Wehra was originally a dance by the name of Le Maa Aj Wehra, which means “Mara’s Dance” in Telugu. However, the name changed to Le Maa Aj Wehra while performing the dance in their school in 1969. It was then sung by Maadhai Prasad as a part of a performance at the Daryaganj University in Kolkata. Since then it gained a following all over India and was known by various names, including Maadhai Panchami, Maadhai Talis, and Maadhai Troundi.
Le Maa Aj Wehra is a slow dance that requires a lot of discipline. If you want to perform the dance, it is important to follow a strict routine that includes pranayam, niyam, dharana, and dhyani. People usually start the routine by chanting mantras and omitting the “dharana”. This gives a strong starting position for the lala.
The most difficult part of Le Maa Aj Wehra, is the “dharana”. This is the part of the dance when people hold hands and swaying from side to side. Le Maa Aj Wehra is considered incomplete if there is no linking between the hand and body movement and the music. Therefore, Le Maa Aj Wehra requires an expert dancer with impeccable timing, acrobatic flair, and strong body knowledge.
Le Maa Aj Wehra has a unique style of choreography, which consists of eight main types of dance. These include pizhi, sangeet, tika, pakdi, kikli, padma, tilaka, kumkum, aditi, ghruta, brahmari, and many more. There are different sets of dance for each of the eight categories of dance mentioned above. The main le Maa Aj Wehra choreographers are S.S. Subbulwalia, B.S. Gopalakrishnan, R.N. Shashidhar, J.P.Village, and V.P.N. Shekhawati.
Le Maa Aj Wehra is traditionally performed by men, as it is a ritual performed by women too. However, this type of dance is performed by both men and women during the wedding ceremonies, and is also used in some other occasions such as sadhusbandry and marriages. Le Maa Aj Wehra is a major highlight of the entire Indian wedding ceremony. All the arrangements, music and dance are carefully done by the local artists to make the event a memorable one.