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Lamas of Lahaul-Spiti region perform this devotional dance once in every three years, on the festival known as Chakhar, as a tribute to Lord Buddha:
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Chhanak Chham: Lamas of Lahaul-Spiti region perform this devotional dance once in every three years, on the festival known as Chakhar, as a tribute to Lord Buddha. 'Chhanak' is the typical headgear worn by the dancers. The costume is made of golden, black and yellow fabric, adorned with unique traditional motifs done in patchwork. Dancers cover half of their face with black cloth and carry swords or knives in their hands. The movements are slow and circular. The musicians wear traditional dress of the Lamas, with caps decked with yellow feathers, and play long pipes, known as 'Tangchim', and drums, known as 'Ghhan.
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