This dance is performed mostly in Western Kurdistan around Dîlok (Ayntap) Kurdish dance culture (Kurdish: Govend, Dilan / Hilperkê ) is a group of traditional hand-holding dances from the Kurdistan. It is a form of round dancing, with a single or a couple of figure dancers often added to the geometrical centre of the dancing circle. The Kurds sing and dance in all of their festivals, birthdays, New Years, Newroz, marriage and other ceremonies. Kurdish dances reflect samples of Kurdish life over the past thousands of years. Rhythmic and elegant movements (originating from historical record, geographical location, the Kurdish way [More]
Govend û Dîlan a Kurden Dengbejen Gever ê. Kurdish dance culture (Kurdish: Govend, Dilan / Hilperkê ) is a group of traditional hand-holding dances from the Kurdistan. It is a form of round dancing, with a single or a couple of figure dancers often added to the geometrical centre of the dancing circle. The Kurds sing and dance in all of their festivals, birthdays, New Years, Newroz, marriage and other ceremonies. Kurdish dances reflect samples of Kurdish life over the past thousands of years. Rhythmic and elegant movements (originating from historical record, geographical location, the Kurdish way of living, beliefs, [More]
Northern Kurdistan Kurdish dance culture (Kurdish: Govend, Dilan / Hilperkê ) is a group of traditional hand-holding dances from the Kurdistan. It is a form of round dancing, with a single or a couple of figure dancers often added to the geometrical centre of the dancing circle. The Kurds sing and dance in all of their festivals, birthdays, New Years, Newroz, marriage and other ceremonies. Kurdish dances reflect samples of Kurdish life over the past thousands of years. Rhythmic and elegant movements (originating from historical record, geographical location, the Kurdish way of living, beliefs, work and struggle, war and quarrel), [More]
Kurdish dance culture (Kurdish: Govend, Dilan / Hilperkê ) is a group of traditional hand-holding dances from the Kurdistan. It is a form of round dancing, with a single or a couple of figure dancers often added to the geometrical centre of the dancing circle. The Kurds sing and dance in all of their festivals, birthdays, New Years, Newroz, marriage and other ceremonies. Kurdish dances reflect samples of Kurdish life over the past thousands of years. Rhythmic and elegant movements (originating from historical record, geographical location, the Kurdish way of living, beliefs, work and struggle, war and quarrel), are called [More]
Govend û Dîlan a Kurden Dengbejen Gever ê. Kurdish dance culture (Kurdish: Govend, Dilan / Hilperkê ) is a group of traditional hand-holding dances from the Kurdistan. It is a form of round dancing, with a single or a couple of figure dancers often added to the geometrical centre of the dancing circle. The Kurds sing and dance in all of their festivals, birthdays, New Years, Newroz, marriage and other ceremonies. Kurdish dances reflect samples of Kurdish life over the past thousands of years. Rhythmic and elegant movements (originating from historical record, geographical location, the Kurdish way of living, beliefs, [More]
Kurdish dance culture (Kurdish: Govend, Dilan / Hilperkê ) is a group of traditional hand-holding dances from the Kurdistan. It is a form of round dancing, with a single or a couple of figure dancers often added to the geometrical centre of the dancing circle. The Kurds sing and dance in all of their festivals, birthdays, New Years, Newroz, marriage and other ceremonies. Kurdish dances reflect samples of Kurdish life over the past thousands of years. Rhythmic and elegant movements (originating from historical record, geographical location, the Kurdish way of living, beliefs, work and struggle, war and quarrel), are called [More]
Kurdish dance culture (Kurdish: Govend, Dilan / Hilperkê ) is a group of traditional hand-holding dances from the Kurdistan. It is a form of round dancing, with a single or a couple of figure dancers often added to the geometrical centre of the dancing circle. The Kurds sing and dance in all of their festivals, birthdays, New Years, Newroz, marriage and other ceremonies. Kurdish dances reflect samples of Kurdish life over the past thousands of years. Rhythmic and elegant movements (originating from historical record, geographical location, the Kurdish way of living, beliefs, work and struggle, war and quarrel), are called [More]
Kurdish dance culture (Kurdish: Govend, Dilan / Hilperkê ) is a group of traditional hand-holding dances from the Kurdistan. It is a form of round dancing, with a single or a couple of figure dancers often added to the geometrical centre of the dancing circle. The Kurds sing and dance in all of their festivals, birthdays, New Years, Newroz, marriage and other ceremonies. Kurdish dances reflect samples of Kurdish life over the past thousands of years. Rhythmic and elegant movements (originating from historical record, geographical location, the Kurdish way of living, beliefs, work and struggle, war and quarrel), are called [More]
Kurdish dance culture (Kurdish: Govend, Dilan / Hilperkê ) is a group of traditional hand-holding dances from the Kurdistan. It is a form of round dancing, with a single or a couple of figure dancers often added to the geometrical centre of the dancing circle. The Kurds sing and dance in all of their festivals, birthdays, New Years, Newroz, marriage and other ceremonies. Kurdish dances reflect samples of Kurdish life over the past thousands of years. Rhythmic and elegant movements (originating from historical record, geographical location, the Kurdish way of living, beliefs, work and struggle, war and quarrel), are called [More]
Kurdish dance culture (Kurdish: Govend, Dilan / Hilperkê ) is a group of traditional hand-holding dances from the Kurdistan. It is a form of round dancing, with a single or a couple of figure dancers often added to the geometrical centre of the dancing circle. The Kurds sing and dance in all of their festivals, birthdays, New Years, Newroz, marriage and other ceremonies. Kurdish dances reflect samples of Kurdish life over the past thousands of years. Rhythmic and elegant movements (originating from historical record, geographical location, the Kurdish way of living, beliefs, work and struggle, war and quarrel), are called [More]