FCCA ( Folk Culture Care Association )
FCCA is a group who present and represent ancient and ethnic outstanding noble creativity of Indian folk culture. Our organization represents itself as a royal museum of ethnic colorful Indian Folklore, Classical & Theatrical heritage with incredible dances, songs with traditional music and also the dazzling colorful costumes which represents unity in diversity of Indian culture.
About our dance form: Bhangra is a style of Indian dance and music from the Punjab region.
It is performed to celebrate important occasions such as harvest, weddings etc.. Typically accompanied by songs, it also has the characteristic beat the dhol drum. Bhangra has always been popular among people of Punjabi origin, around the world, but the style has been revived and renewed interest in the past decade. Traditional arrangements often incorporate contemporary musical styles. In this period, bhangra was influenced by reggae, rai, techno, house music, rap, ragga and jungle. In fact, these syntheses are often so successful that modern bhangra, mostly from the United Kingdom is now exported back to India and also to Pakistan. Our group and our artists are perform at festivals in last five years several time in different festivals and events in Hungary, Netherland and France.