The Mayur or peacock dance is created from an episode in the love lore of Radha and Krishna Radha, pining for Krishna after a brief separation, decides to console herself by the sight of peacocks, whose feathers Krishna wears on his crown, at the Mor Kuti pavilion. Krishna, knowing her mind from afar, playfully causes the peacocks to disappear, leaving Radha distraught. He eventually yields to Radhas entreaties and himself appears in the guise of a peacock to dance with his beloved.
This dance belongs to the Braj region of Uttar Pradesh with its core at Mathura and Vrindavan, places associated with Lord Krishna. It is being performed by Murali Lal Sharma of the Charkula Art Academy of Mathura and his group.
80 feet road sajjangarh,Udaipur,Rajasthan