The dance is however, performed by both men and women with long wooden sticks, hanging barrels and a pair of carved out cans. The dancers rhythmically converge & diverge with the beat during Bhangra and make sound with the objects as well as hand claps. The dancers generally wear kurti, patiala or dhoti and a turban for this dance. The wardrobe is very colorful and vibrant. The speed, symmetry and grace of Bhangra make it a people’s dance and anybody can perform it. There are many sub categories of Bhangra namely Gidda, Luddi, Kikli, Jhumar, Dhamal and many more. Bhangra is quite famous throughout India and in abroad also. People from all community perform this dance in weddings, pujas, festivals and carnivals. Everyone just loves the Bhangra of Punjab.