Bhangra is a cultural dance that originates in northwest Punjab, India. It is generally associated with the celebrations of the harvest festival in mid-April. This song sung by one of the legendary Punjabi folk singers Kuldeep Manak, expresses the poetic nature of folk Bhangra.
The colourful traditional embroidery work phulkari, represents a living tradition that can be traced back hundreds of years and it continues to this day. The origin comes from Panjab. It is spun from the charkha (spinning wheel) and the embroidery is often patterned on shawls, kurtis, salwars, suit jackets jackets and chunnis.