Giddha is a famous folk dance of women in Punjab and starts teasing, enjoy and exuberance of Punjab life. Giddha is generally as energetic as bhangra; it also manages to creatively display feminine grace elegance and elasticity. Giddha is a very tough folk dance and like other such dances it is very much an affair of the legs. So quick is the movement of the feet in its faster parts that it is difficult for the spectator even to wink till the tempo falls again.
Performance- Giddha is essentially danced in circles. Girls’ forms rings and one of the dancers sit in the center of this ring with a dholki .The traditional dress during Giddha dance, is short female style shirt (choli) with ghagra or Punjabi salwar kamiz. The embroidered -duppattas- and heavy jewelry of the participants make the girls look better. Traditional dress for Giddha is quite elegant .It ads charm to famine grace and is comfortable enough to allow women dance with ease.