Jhora is a kind of community dance which is performed in the villages where the higher and lower castes perform. It is danced at fairs. This kind of dance is generally performed during the morning or evening, at the coming of spring. This dance is performed by minimum, six people to well over 200 at times.
Men and women both join in and move in a circle, holding each other's arms and slightly bending their bodies forward as they move. On the first beat of the Hurka, the left leg crosses the right, striking the floor with the left foot and so on.