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Loi Kratong Festival Dancers, Thai Temple Wimbledon, London, 06th November 2011 (Slow Motion)

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Uploaded on Jan 22, 2012

Thai dancers from the Thai Dance Academy performing the Serng Kratip Kao dance เซิ้งกระติบข้าว at the Loi Kratong Festival, Thai Temple Wimbledon, London, 06th November 2011 (slow motion version).
This dance hails from the North-eastern part of Thailand, also known as Isaan. It depicts the fun-loving nature of the Isaan people and reflects the life of the people in an agriculture-based society who dance to entertain themselves during the harvest season. The dance shows the gestures and movements of female dancers while they are carrying food to their men folk working in the field. Each dancer, therefore, has a typical sticky rice basket made of bamboo, known as Kratip, fastened to her waist.
[source http://www.clubs.psu.edu/up/thai/docs...]
Video Copyright (c) blutey 2011.

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