Consider the following passage about a folk dance form of India.
This dance is performed solo or in group of 3 or 4 females essentially on the occasion of worship of Goddess Manasa. As per mythology, Behulaa had to dance before the Goddess Manasa to get back her husband’s (Lakhindar) life. The dancers while dancing leave their hair open. Another striking moment of this dance is dancing with Daa (sharp weapon used for sacrifice) and rotating of dancers head in rapid circular motion, with open tresses.
Which one of the following dance form is described above?