Dabkeh is one such exotic dance form. Basically a Levantine folk dance, it is believed to have originated in the Middle East, specifically in the region covering Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey. It is a gentle and rhythmic feet-based dance form which was earlier very popular at local weddings and other such special occasions. Traditionally it is performed by forming a line from right to left by holding the other person’s hand with the leader in the front. The lines can be all-male, all-female or mixed. In the regional dialects, the word ‘Dabkeh’ actually means to stomp/stamp with the foot
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