Sammi (Gurmukhi: ਸੰਮੀ, Shahmukhi: سمّی) is a traditional dance form originating from the tribal communities of Punjab.[not in citation given] It is the dance of Punjabi women. The dance is popular in the Sandalbar area of Punjab, Pakistan (Potohar region).
Like Giddha it is danced in a circle. The dancers stand in a ring and swing their hands bringing them up from the sides, right in front. The refrain of the most popular Sammi song is "Sammi Meri waar..".
- Schreffler, Gibb. 2012. “Desperately Seeking Sammi: Re-inventing Women’s Dance in Punjab.” Sikh Formations 8(2).