Performance of Kathi Dance
This dance is exclusively performed by a group of men and incorporates songs based on stories of villagers. The dance is an amalgamation of footwork and beating of sticks by the performers. For a long period of time, the steps are repeated. Different postures are displayed by the dancers and they form and reform the circles. The sticks are beaten without stopping. They show many interesting movements that are similar to a war. The participants shout as soldiers shout on the battlefield.
Costume of Kathi dance
The shirts of the performers are made up of leopard skin and dhotis are worn which is accompanied by anklets.