Kathak is one of the fundamental types of antiquated Indian established dance and is generally respected to have started from the voyaging poets of North India alluded as Kathakars or storytellers. These Kathakars meandered around and conveyed incredible stories by means of music, move and tunes very like the early Greek theater. The class created amid the Bhakti development, the pattern of mystical commitment which advanced in medieval Hinduism. The Kathakars convey stories through cadenced foot developments, hand signals, outward appearances and eye work. This performing workmanship that joins legends from old folklore and incredible Indian stories, particularly from the life of Lord Krishna turned out to be very famous in the courts of North Indian kingdoms. Three particular types of this class are three gharanas (schools), which for the most part vary in accentuation given to footwork as opposed to acting, are more popular to be specific, the Jaipur gharana, the Benaras gharana and the Lucknow gharana.