A traditional horse dance competition in Punjab gripped the attention of viewers when horses shook their legs to the drum beat.
A horse dance competition was held in Punjab’s Bhawana, a city located on the bank of the Chenab River, where the Urs (anniversary) of Jehdi Jamal is observed every year.
Horses owned by Barsat, Ghulam Ali, Dua Ali Asghar, and Ghulam Mustafa won prizes for their best performance.
The Participants from several cities of Punjab attended this cultural event with more than 200 horses taking part in the customary event.
Spectators travelled long journeys to watch the dance horses.
They admitted the inflation rate is on its rise but said they have paid to watch this event.
The two-day event drew large crowds.