Terahtaali is a fascinating dance form usually practiced by the women folk of Kamad community of Rajasthan
. It is performed in honor of the folk hero Baba Ramdeo.
The women squat on the floor with 'manjeeras' (cymbals) tied on their wrists, elbows and waists. In a whirl of constant and frenzied motion the dancers strike the cymbals with those they have in hands, creating a strong rhythm. They also balance pots on their heads or swords on their mouths. The male accompanists sing and play the ‘tandoora’.