Kheora is a form of folk entertainment
which is a high-pitch singing usually performed at weddings and festivals.
Two groups sit on the terraces of two different houses and in the solitude
of the night, converse with each other through metrical compositions-
a unique setting, so different from a regular stage. Most of the compositions
are sung in popular tunes. The most appropriate time for such performances
is the earlier part of moonlit nights. Sometimes Kheora singing lasts
through the whole night.