Nachda Sansaar are a group of Punjabi Folk Dancers based in Birmingham (U.K.). Since 1984 they have excelled themselves and spearheaded a campaign to keep the art of traditional Bhangra dancing alive.
Nachda Sansaar means ‘Dancing World’ and during their celebrated history the team have performed all over the world. They have achieved great accolades including winning the PCS Chicago Bhangra Competition in 2003 and 2004. They have featured in many TV shows and demonstrated their skill and agility on many high profile stages. One of these includes the opening ceremony of The Commonwealth Games 2002. Recently they were also the first UK Bhangra team to perform at the pretigious ‘Rangla Punjab’ in India on the auspicious day of Vaisakhi.
Their traditional and freestyle routines provide a fast and exhilarating spectacle, full of colour and vibrant music, for all to enjoy.
Dance is a universal language and can be understood and appreciated by all. It unites people regardless of colour, creed or class. With this in mind, it is the pleasure of Nachda Sansaar to keep the art of traditional Bhangra alive.