Everybody loves dancing, even people who aren’t particularly good at it. This rhythmic manifestation of inner feelings has been present in all cultures throughout history with no exception, records of it going back for thousands of years. In many cultures, dancing represents a form of emotional expression, a mean to socialize, a spiritual manifestation, or even a form of exercising.
Above all, dancing is extremely entertaining. The passion people put into it may differ from one person to another but the general gesture is always the same. Over time, different styles evolved, each representing a specific feeling, certain traditions, or an emotional state. Over the next few minutes, we’ll find out what are the ten most famous dance styles in the world and what they signify.
This is an African dance that exists in Maasai culture to date. The dance is performed to the human voice, as the Maasai never encouraged the use of drums during their festivals and other rituals. The dance involves all the parts of the body. It is participatory even during rituals. When both local and international tourists visit Africa, watching the Adumu dance is inevitable.