The Significance Of Dance In Euroba's Culture

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Dance throughout different cultures
What is Dance? We use the umbrella term of dance to describe movement that inhabits our lives daily, whether it be to tell stories, to perform, to have fun, or to teach lessons. Throughout history dance has mesmerized countless audiences and been a safe haven as well as a joyous celebration. Our culture versus the Euroba’s culture and the Indian culture incorporate dance very differently into daily life, some ways that dance is incorporated into their lives is through religious ceremonies and rituals, lessons in morality, and storytelling.
The Indian culture has incorporated dance into daily life through using dance to tell age old stories and to teach life lessons. In India dance is a widely popular form of entertainment, performed by trained dancers, people in celebration, religious men, and warriors in training for battle. In India every detail matters, whether it be the placement of the eyes or the positioning of the hand, something so little or simple could make all the difference, in this way it is similar to our culture in dance. Although it is similar this is also different, details can be overlooked and moves can be misinterpreted. In India religious men in certain
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A simple beat, such as a mother’s heartbeat or a song you might enjoy or a celebration might make you want to dance, to move is to dance. Across the world and throughout time people have danced to tell stories, in celebration, to show sadness and so much more and in that way our culture doesn’t differ from India or Africa. The movement is different and the reasons might be endless but dance in something across the world that ties every human together and connects us to something bigger than all of

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