Indians in India, which means “children of the forest” in their traditional language, danced their way through a traditional song and dance called the Lion dance song, according to an article published online on March 9, 2017. 

The story of the dance originated from the time of the Mughals and was a popular source of entertainment in India. 

Lion Dance Songs are a popular Indian folk song with roots in traditional Indian dances. 

 The original lion dance was sung by the Mascots, the Indian tribes of North India, as part of a series of dances that were performed during their reigns. 

During the 17th and 18th centuries, Indian tribes in the north, especially the Baluchistan, spread the Lion dances around their territories. 

While most of the lion dances were performed in their territories, some were also performed at home and even in the royal residences. 

According to the Indian National Anthem, “I am the Lion, I am the Panther.”

The lion dance song was composed by the Baloch dancers in the 18th century, but it was only in the early 20th century that the songs became more popular. 

There were a variety of versions of the Lion dancer song, including a traditional version that was sung during the winter solstice festival, but the Balok version was also performed during the celebrations of the Indian New Year. 

Many traditional Baloch dances are known to have originated from this traditional dance. 

This dance was also a popular way to celebrate the birthday of the deity of the region, Baba Ramdev. 

In an interview with the BBC, Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Muhammad Chaudhary said the Baluchi dancers were known to be very creative and could make any of the songs. 

“This is the Lion song.

If they choose, they can sing it in their language, they could sing it on their cell phones,” Chaudhamary said.”

It is very beautiful and it is also a way to tell people who is your ancestor.”

Chaudhry said he hoped the Baluchs would continue to teach the song to the Baluchestan people and would also give it to children of the tribe to learn. 

Indian children’s dance source Google News

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