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  • 1. FOLK ARTwww.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
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  • 4. WHAT IS FOLK ART ?olk art encompasses art produced from an indigenous culture or bypeasants or other labouring.ade by people who have not been formally trained.omes from rural people. www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 5. INDIAwww.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 6. CUISINES OF INDIAndia is a diverse country with many regional cultures, each region hasits own food specialties, primarily at regional level, but also at statelevel. www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 7. DANCES OF INDIAhree best-known Hindu deities, Shiva, Kali and Krishna, are typicallyrepresented dancing. There are hundreds of Indian folk dances suchas Bhangra, Bihu, Ghumura Dance, Sambalpuri, Chhau and Garbaand special dances observed in regional festivals. www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 8. MUSIC OF INDIAhe music of India includes multiple varieties of folk, popular, pop,classical music and R&B. Indias classical music tradition, includingCarnatic and Hindustani music, has a history spanning millennia and,developed over several eras. www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 9. DRAMA OF INDIAndia is one of the few countries which can boast of an local drama,unaffected by any foreign influence. www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 10. FOLKTALES OF INDIAhe folklores and folktales have been an eternal part of every culturesince ages. When it comes to Indian folk tales, the country of diversereligions, languages and cultures has a complete range of tales andshort stories. Indian folklore has a wide range of stories andmythological legends, which emerge from all walks of life. Theinteresting stories range from the remarkable ‘Panchatantra’ to‘Hitopadesha’, from ‘Jataka’ to ‘Akbar-Birbal’. www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 11. JAPANwww.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 12. CUISINES OF JAPANapanese cuisine has developed over the centuries as a result of manypolitical and social changes. The cuisine eventually changed with theadvent of the Medieval age which ushered in a shedding of elitismwith the age of shogun rule. www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 13. DANCES OF JAPANhere are two types of Japanese traditional dance: Odori, whichoriginated in the Edo period, and Mai, which originated in thewestern part of Japan. Odori grew out of Kabuki drama and is moreoriented toward male sentiments. Mai is traditionally performed inJapanese rooms instead of on the stage. It was influenced by the NohDrama. www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 14. MUSIC OF JAPANhe music of Japan includes a wide array of performers in distinctstyles both traditional and modern. The word for music in Japanese is音楽 (ongaku). www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 15. DRAMA OF JAPANANY important elements of the dramatic art in Japan are similar tothose developed by the Chinese. In many cases the story material isobviously the same, and there is great similarity in the methods ofproducing and acting. Japanese dramas also called dorama ( ドラマ? ), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 16. FOLKTALES OF JAPANhe folklore of Japan is heavily influenced by both Shinto and Buddhism,the two primary religions in the country. It often involves humorous orbizarre characters and situations and also includes an assortment ofsupernatural beings, such as bodhisattva, kami (gods and revered spirits),yōkai (monster-spirits) (such as oni, kappa, and tengu), yūrei (ghosts),dragons, and animals with supernatural powers such as the kitsune andbaku (tapir), as well as sacred objects and possessed objects www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 17. AFRICAwww.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 18. CUISINES OF AFRICAhe continent of Africa is the second largest landmass on Earth, and ishome to hundreds of different cultural and ethnic groups. Thisdiversity is also reflected in the many local culinary traditions in termsof choice of ingredients, as well as in the style of preparation andcooking techniques. www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 19. DANCES OF AFRICAfrican dance refers mainly to the dance of Sub-Saharan Africa, andmore appropriately African dances because of the many culturaldifferences in musical and movement styles. These dances must beviewed in close connection with African music, as many Africanlanguages have no word to define music. www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 20. MUSIC OF AFRICAfrica is a vast continent and its regions and nations have distinctmusical traditions. The music of North Africa for the most part has adifferent history from that of the Sub-Saharan region www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids
  • 21. THE END www.makemegenius.com Free Science Videos for Kids