Armenians worldwide commemorate 104th anniversary of Genocide

Armenians worldwide commemorate 104th anniversary of Genocide

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PanARMENIAN.Net - 104 years have passed since the beginning of the Armenian Genocide, one of the most horrible and shameful pages in the history of humanity. In April 1915, the…

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Armenian figure skaters headed for World Championships in Japan

Armenian figure skaters headed for World Championships in Japan

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PanARMENIAN.Net - The Armenian national figure skating team has left for Japan to take part in the 2019 ISU Figure Skating World Championships in Saitama. Single skaters Slavik Hayrapetyan and …

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Armenian culture paraded through São Paulo at Brazilian Carnival

Armenian culture paraded through São Paulo at Brazilian Carnival

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PanARMENIAN.Net - The samba school "Rosas de Ouro"performed at the Anhembi Sambadrome during the São Paulo Carnival with an Armenian theme on Saturday, March 2, Agensia Prensa Armenia reports. The…

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Kochari

Kochari is an Armenian folk dance, danced today by Armenians, Assyrians, Azerbaijanis, Kurds, Pontic Greeks and Turks. It is a form of circle dance.
Kochari is a type of dance, not a specific dance. Each region in the Armenian Highlands had its own Kochari, with its unique way of both dancing and music.[One type of "Yalli", a dance common to Azerbaijanis, Assyrians, and Kurds has different forms known as Kochari.
In Armenian, Kochari literally means "knee-come". Koch means "knee" and ari means "come".
Armenians have been dancing Kochari for over a thousand years. Dancers form a closed circle, putting their hands on each other's shoulders.
The dance is danced by both men and women and is intended to be intimidating. More modern forms of Kochari have added a "tremolo step," which involves shaking the whole body. It spread to the eastern part of Armenia after the Armenian Genocide.

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