Sufi Dance Performances

Based on Qawwali, Sufi Poetry, Islamic verses, Sufi Folk of Punjab & Rajasthan etc.

Famous Sufi Dancer

The most creative, enthralling, divine and internationally acclaimed Sufi dance performance is based on Islamic verses, Sufi poetry, Qawwalis, Ghazals, Sufi Punjabi & Rajasthan Folk Music. The group has presented Sufi dance performances in National & International festivals across the world and it is highly acclaimed by art connoisseurs and media through worldwide as a best Sufi Dance Group in India.

Sufi Dance Group is lead by Rani Khanam, who is the only Indian Muslim classical dancer of note, takes the daring step of dancing to Islamic verses and famous Sufi dancer in India. This ground breaking repertoire are completely divine in nature, Kathak (Lucknow style-influenced by Persian culture) which came in the medieval period is a base of this performances.

One can witness use of divine forces in the movements which elevates to the different mystic spiritual plane. The compositions evolved through the years with exploration, research, understanding and collaboration with the legends of Sufi across the Islamic world. A full range of emotions and rhythmic dynamics creates energy and strength in this performance, which is designed to hold the attention of a traditional and modern audience as well. Dance group has gained tremendous popularity over the years. The Group is empanelled with the Indian Council for Culture Relations (ICCR) and Festival of India Cell, Ministry of Culture.

Performance in Abroad:

The dance Group has performed regularly at reputed International & National festivals; Major performances are; performed in the presence of the Majesties the King & the Queen and also the Prime Minister of Malaysia at Kuala Lumpur. Also, Aamad Dance Group’s abroad tours has covered major festivals like: ‘Namaste France’ - France, Spain, UK, ‘India Week’ at Tlemcen, Algeria, Salaam-International festival of Islamic Arts in London, Asia Traditional Song & Dance Festival - South Korea, Tropical dance festival in The Netherlands, ‘Sound of spell’ at Royal festival hall London, Forde International Festival in Sweden-Norway and many performances (Solo/Group) in Erasing Borders - New York, Singapore, UAE, Canada, Australia, Malaysia, Japan, Singapore, Doha, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Muscat, Abu Dhabi, Dubai , Sri Lanka, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

Best Sufi Dance Group