The intention of wearing Ghunghroo was to produce music based on foot movement and vice versa. As a consequence, the pitch required determines the composition and size of each Ghunghroo. Ghungroo's connection is not only with the dancers' gestures, but also with the audience's propensity to appeal to the rhythmic components of the choreography and the dancers' powerful foot movement.

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Ghunghroo was often linked with courtesans, in addition to being a popular ornament worn by classical dancers. As a consequence, Ghungroo finally aroused the royal ladies' attention. A similar social concern that they were associated with dancers prevented them from wearing a Ghunghroo, so they modified the Ghungroo into something slicker, known as 'Payal.' Nowadays, you can buy ghungroo online at a reasonable price, and you can always search Holy Krishna to see what's available in your area. Ghungroo may be purchased online from a variety of retailers. If you like classical dancing, you should look into buying Bharatanatyam ghungroo online.

Classical dancers use Ghoongroo while performing in dance and theatre genres such as Bharatanatyam, Mohiyattam, Kuchipudi, Odishhi, Kathak, Yakshajana, and others. Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathak, and belly dancers may use ankle bells. Ankle bells / Ghungroos are available in a variety of materials including leather, cloth, velvet, and rope. Ghungroos on rope are often seen in Kathak dance. In Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, and Odissi dance, ankle bells with a leather or cloth pad are often observed.