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The folk beliefs of Rajasthan are reflected in every thing they do - from singing to music and dance. The anklet sings, feet drums as the dancers move to their own style and rhythm.

Teerah Taali : This dance is performed in the worship of a saint - Baba Ramdeo. The dancer sits with thirteen cymbals or manjeeras, tied to her hands and legs and strikes them with the ones they hold in her hands.

Sometimes, the dancer may hold a sword between her teeth or place pots with lighted lamps on the head.

This dance may also be performed in groups. The peculiarity of the dance is that the thirteen manjeera's are struck in thirteen different tals (rythms) and hence the dance is called tera talli which means thirteen tals.