HANAGHORADANCE PREVALENT AMONG RAVA COMMUNITY OF ASSAM: AN OVERVIEW
Rava tribe is a tribe living in Assam in the north east of India. These Ravas of tibetan community of Mongolian Fayed have been living with their art culture for the past using their own practices. The Ravas dance, sing songs and sing songs, tying the sutras to their chests. The Rava community can be divided into 7 fids - Rangdani, Mayatri, Koch, Pati, Dahri, Totla and Hana. A folk drama performed by PatiRavaskali is Hanaghora Dance. PatiRavas live in the southern part of Kamrup and the east of GoalparadistrictThehanaghora dance is performed from the beginning of Bohag to Satbihu. The event is also performed throughout bohag month. Hanaghora dance is one of the religious arts of the Ravas. The "langa" deity is worshipped and performed from house to house singing from house to house to eliminate the amangal in the entire village. It is made in a special style by wearing specific instruments and costumes. It is named As Hanaghora as everyone dances with a horse with him.This movement of ravas who are missing involves the passion of patiravas. It is the responsibility of the Rava community only to know it and keep it alive.