Kullu’s Nati folk dance entered Guinness Book of World Records

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Who: Kullu’s Nati folk dance
What: Entered Guinness Book of World Records
When: January 2016

The Nati folk dance of Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh in second week of January 2016 was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest folk dance in the world.

Nati entered in the book as the largest folk dance in terms of participants’ number. Total 9892 women participated in this folk dance in their traditional colourful Kulluvi on 26 October 2015 during International Dussehra festival.

The event, phrased as Pride of Kullu, was dedicated to girl child, was recorded in several cameras.

Kullu Dussehra is a centuries-old festival and celebrations begin on Vijaya Dashami, the day when the festivities end in rest of the country.

The folk dance entered the Limca Book of Records in 2014 after about 8760 artists performed it at the Kullu Dussehra festivities.