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The Bachata refers to both the dance style and music from the Dominican Republic. The Caribbean dance step features a distinct Cuban hip motion and is influenced by other hip-infused styles such as salsa.

The journey of the Bachata dance style to popularity was a tumultuous one. It was initially looked down on and faced censorship since it was seen as ‘culturally degrading’ and only suitable for the “small people”, the country folk and the uneducated. Bachata music was associated with the world of the underworld from about 1970 to 1990 as it expressed the underground lifestyle – the states of the poor, country boys who struggled in the city life and so on.

However, over time, musicians began to develop and experiment with the music to make it a more romantic and acceptable. Gradually, it began to become successful and accepted by all sections of society. Similarly, the dance style also went through a rough history- with the sinister label that it carried. The dance style almost disappeared if not for the growing popularity that had taken momentum in the countryside of the Dominican Republic. The dance style could no longer be censored especially when Meringue, which became the national and official music, started melding with the Bachata dance style.

In contemporary times, the dance style has become very popular especially after it made its way to New York.

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Acharuli is one of the many Georgian folk dances and has originated in Achara, a southern region of Georgia. The dance steps are not very difficult and are explicit, performed by both men and women. The display is flirtatious and playful but soft enough. The depiction of the relationship between men and women is colloquial and light hearted. Acharuli stands apart from other dance forms because of the beauteous costumes with vibrant colors. It inculcates cheerfulness in the performers as well as the audience.

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Acharuli is one of the many Georgian folk dances and has originated in Achara, a southern region of Georgia. The dance steps are not very difficult and are explicit, performed by both men and women. The display is flirtatious and playful but soft enough. The depiction of the relationship between men and women is colloquial and light hearted. Acharuli stands apart from other dance forms because of the beauteous costumes with vibrant colors. It inculcates cheerfulness in the performers as well as the audience.

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