India is known for its rich and diverse culture. Every state has its own unique dance form, Food Culture; Folklore This culture is preserved and cherished by Indian Royal Families, Food and traditional folk dances etc.

In IACCF we bring the Indian Culture along with the western culture in a single platform. Our purpose is to bring our rich culture in limelight, so our youth will get inspirations from it.

“Indian culture is the heritage of social norms, ethical values, traditional customs, belief systems, political systems, artefacts and technologies that originated in or is associated with the Indian subcontinent.”

In a diverse country like India, variation in culture, food and traditions are seen after every 15 kms reflected in food, languages, attires, attitudes. It is our responsibility to cradle this treasure and preserve its purity and so this year we pay a tribute to this great legacy and the Royal families of India who have safeguarded it with immense love and perseverance.


IACCF is the maze of rich art, culture and cinema, where there is space for every niche and every beginner as well. One just needs to immerse oneself into it to feel the magic of art.

India is the synonym of diversity and diverse folklore which is reflected in the folk dances of various states. Each state has its own folk dances and each folk dance has its own uniqueness. These dance forms are expressions of human emotions which are articulated by expressions and moves of the performers. Each dance form adorns its own traditional costumes whose elements accentuates the beauty of the performance

All folklores are oral traditions, the lore, traditional knowledge and beliefs of cultures often having no written language and they are transmitted, generally, by word of mouth. Like the written literature they contain both prose and verse narratives in addition to myths, dramas, rituals etc. All the cultures have their own folklores. In contrast and traditionally, literature is understood to mean any written work.

Ghoomar is the folk dance of Rajasthan but other folk dances that are popular among their tourists are Kathputli , Kalbelia and Tehra Tali.

The prominent folk dances of Karnataka are the Yakshaganaand Dollu Kunitha. Yakshagana is a folk theatre form of Karnataka whereas Kunitha are considered as the ritualistic dances of Karnataka. Dollu Kunitha is a major form of folk-dance performance in Karnataka. Dollu Kunitha is performed mainly by men and women of the Kuruba community of Nothern Karnataka. Yakshagana relates with many of the traditions and conventions of the Sanskrit theatre or drama, particularly those of the Purvaranga and the existence of a character, vidushak. Apart from this Gaarudi Gombe, this dance form is extremely famous in mysore and banglore.

Haryana Folk Dance is a dance of joy and happiness where they sing to welcome with open hearts .Loor is officially the folk dance of Haryana, it is a dance of around the festival of Holi and are all prticiapants are beautiful ladies. It is a fun dance a sort of musical debate. Raas Leela is a dance dedicated to Lord Krishna, the rhythm and dance moves are perfectly coordinated with beautiful ornaments and girls singing the glory of the Lord. Phag dance; it’s a dance of celebration and enjoyment after the strenuous period of harvesting, Daph dance like Phag is related to agriculture and is done with playing a vast range of instruments. The Gangor Puja dance is performed at the gangor puja where lord shiva and goddess Parvati is being worshipped. Performed in the month of Chaitra, Phalgun.


IACCF with immense joy and pride invite you to come witness these colours of our folklore; of India and its various states which is intricately woven in art, music and folk dances under one roof.