"This performance took place at the Wilderness Orchard in New Delhi on the 9th of October 2010, during the Commonwealth Games, at a dinner hosted by Andrew Quinn, P. R. Suresh and Rupin Dang, of Global Television, Australia, Shaf Broadcast India and Wilderness Films India Ltd., for the visiting broadcasters from around the world, and members of the IBC (International Broadcast Center) for the Games.
Dance is natural to naga tribes. Naga dance is generally performed in a group. This dance is performed in a circle. The artist firstly slowly entered on a stage and gradually works up tempo with the stamping of feet. The dancers wear the colorful costumes. This dance is very famous among the people of Nagaland.
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North east dance practitioners perform at the Wilderness Orchard in South Delhi, before an audience of the International Broadcast Center (IBF) of the Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi in October 2010, and hosted here by Global Television, Australia, Shaf Broadcast and Wilderness Films India Ltd."