- Bharatanatyam is a classical dance style of South India that combines artistic expression with a sense of spirituality. There are highly trained dancers who perform precise hand gestures, use intricate footwork, vivid facial expression, and fluid movement.
- Kathak belongs to North India, and emphasises the telling of stories with the help of mime and body technique. It is danced by both the sexes.
- Kuchipudi dance form in India originated from a hamlet in Andhra Pradesh, called Kuchelapuri or Kuchelapuram. It was initially introduced as a dance drama, but its present day dispensation tells a different story altogether.
-One of the most known Indian classical dance which is one among the six classical type of dances is Manipuri. Manipuri is a graceful dance style performed by both men and women, from the tiny state of Manipur in North-east India.
- Mohiniattam dance form was nurtured in the region of Kerala in southwestern India. Mohiniattam literally means 'Dance of the Enchantress,’ which has a mesmerizing quality.
- Odisha is the traditional dance form of Odisha which owes its origin to the temple dances of the ‘Devadasis'. Odisha performances are replicate with the lores of the eighth incarnation of Vishnu, Lord Krishna.