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  • 1. DANCE
  • 2. MUSIC  Though geographically Melanesian, the music of Fiji is more Polynesian in character  Fijian folk styles are distinct in their fusion of Polynesian and Melanesian traditions. Indian music draws heavily from rural North Indian and some of the Southern states in India In the 1980s, Fijian performers like Laisa Vulakoro and Lagani Rabukawaqa became pan-Pacific stars.
  • 3. ART Fiji Art is the complete presentation of the Fiji Culture to the visitors or the tourist either in a form of smart souvenir or often in the shape of beautifully crafted wooden handicrafts.  Art and Craft of Fiji is various and really some good pieces are crafted out and are used locally or as presentations in the Fijian ceremonies.  Weaving is an important part of Fiji Art and beautiful variety of mats, everyday baskets, hats etc. are the outcome from these Pandanus and Coconuts. The Fiji Art is generally a craft ware of either wood or it is in the weave form as mostly the Pacific Island Art favors either any one of the two or simply a balance between the two products.