This is a dance form from Rajasthan, which is somewhat similar to the dandia dance from Gujarat, as this is also performed with a wooden stick called jhoria. The men and women make an inner and outer circle and keep hitting the sticks, as they move in a circular motion back and forth, up and down. The music is soft, sublime and spirit-raising. The visuals are enticing, exciting and eye-catching because of the vibrantly colourful costumes of the dancers, especially the multi-coloured headgear or safas of the men-folk and the long flared swirling skirts of the women. Jhoria dance is performed during weddings.