Pratiksha Rani is a talented and accomplished folk dancer who is dedicated to preserving and promoting Assamese culture. She has won numerous awards and accolades for her performances, including the Junior Fellowship in the Folk & Traditional Dance from the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India in 2018-19. She is also an empanelled folk artist at the ICCR. She began her dance training at a young age and has since mastered a variety of folk dances from Assam, including Bihu, Tiwa, and Karbi. She has performed at numerous festivals and events across India and abroad, including Cambodia, France, Syria, Dubai, Turkey and Myanmar. In 2011, she was the face of the show of ‘Dy Bihu Rani’ and ‘LG Bihu Rani’. She has also won several titles in Bihu competitions including ‘Asom Konwari’ in 2008, ‘Posuwa Rani’ in 2010, ‘Bor Bihuwati’ in 2010 and 2011, and ‘Bihu Samragyi’ in 2023. In addition to her performing career, Pratiksha is also a teacher and choreographer. She has conducted workshops on Bihu dance and other folk dances across Assam. She is also the founder of Pratiksha Rani Dance Academy, which trains young dancers in the art of Assamese folk dance. She is an inspiration to young dancers everywhere and a true ambassador for Assam.