Ghoomar is a traditional dance form from the state of Rajasthan in India. It is typically performed by women, and involves swirling and twirling while wearing a long, flowing skirt. The dance is usually accompanied by music played on instruments such as the harmonium, dholak, and shehnai. Ghoomar is a popular dance form at weddings and other festive occasions in Rajasthan, and is also performed at cultural events and festivals throughout India. It is known for its graceful and elegant movements, and is often considered a symbol of Rajasthan’s rich cultural heritage.