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Jhumar or Jhoomar (also called Ghumbar in the Sandalbar area) is a traditional Punjabi dance in Pakistan. It is also popular in the Sandalbar areas of Punjab. It is slower and more rhythmic form. The word "Jhumar" comes from Jhum/Jhoom, which means Swaying. Jhumar is performed at the wedding ceremonies usually. The dance is also performed in circle, to the tune of emotional songs.
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