While performing ‘Raas Leela’, costumes are worn similar to those that were worn in Vrindavan. Men generally wear a yellow dhoti and cover their bodies with heavy jewelry as well as a turban having peacock feathers, as was worn by Lord Krishna. Women, on the other hand, wear ghagra- choli and drape a dupatta. Soft, rhythmic and melodious songs are played with drums and cymbals to give a complete performance. It is presented on large gardens or halls with decorated mandaps. There are few institutes that train in this famous dance form. Raas Leela is also referred to as the ‘dance of love’, as it was first presented in Vrindavan with great purity and passion.