We provide Sammi Punjabi Dance Troupe throughout India. Sammi is a traditional dance form originating from the tribal communities of Punjab. It is the dance of Punjabi women. The dance is popular in the Sandalbar area of Punjab (now in Pakistan). The dance is performed by women of Baazigar, Rai, Lobana and Sansi tribes. Sammi is the traditional dance of the women of Sandalbar region, now in Pakistan. The dancers are dressed in bright colored kurtas and full flowing skirts, called lehengas. A peculiar silver hair ornament is associated with this dance. The dancers’ hair is knitted in plaits and in the middle of the head is a domed ornament, shaped like an inverted lotus. It called phul-chowk or suggiphul. The dance is almost similar to Giddha, where the prominent gesture is confined to the movement of arms.