Bindis

In southern India, girls choose to wear a bindi, while in other parts of India it is the prerogative of the married woman. Today more and more women choose to wear one as a fashion item and we do wear them as part of our ATS costume.

Traditionally the bindi is a red or maroon spot centred between the eyebrows on the 6th chakra and has deep religious meaning so do please wear your bindi with respect.





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Kalash Tribal

 Kalash Tribal are a FatChanceStyle belly dance performance troupe based in Devon, UK

directed by Kelley Beeston, a FatChanceBellyDance® advanced instructor teaching classes and workshops in the UK and abroad

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