Giddha is a popular folk dance of women in Punjab region of India and Pakistan. Giddha varies from other forms of traditional Punjabi dance in that it does not require the two-headed barrel dhol drum to be performed. In this dance form, women stand in a circle formation and clap rhythms. Giddha depicts the stories of women’s lives, including marriage, sexuality, domestic life, and homesickness. In this folk dance form traditionally women wear salwar kameez in the bright colours and jewellery. The attire also comprises by dressing the hair in two braids and folk ornaments and wearing a tikka on the forehead.