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Abhivykti Garba Started after the completion of the Navratri Festival from 10 Oct 2019 to 14 Oct 2019.
Navratri is synonymous with dandiya and Garba dance parties. Navratri, as the name suggests, spans nine days. In the western part of the country, these nine days are full of festivities, food, and fun.
In Gujarat and Maharashtra, Navratri is synonymous with dandiya and Garba dance parties. Days before the festival, enthusiasts practice moves and source the right kind of clothes in order to put on a fabulous show at Navratri events. Veterans of Garba events, as well as newcomers, will find a whole host of choices on BookMyShow, including major nights headlined by singers like Falguni Pathak, the undisputed queen of Garba, and Parthiv Gohil. Some of the songs you can expect to dance to are evergreen hits such as ‘Sanedo’, ‘Pankhida’, ‘Kesariyo Rang Tane Lagyo’, ‘Dholida Dhol Re Vagad’ and ‘Odhni Odhu’. Fashion is a big part of Navratri celebrations. The clothing markets of Indore are full of mirror-work chaniya cholis, kurtis, saris, and accessories. Each year new trends emerge from these markets and are seen at dandiya-Garba raas events.
On the last day i.e., 14 Oct 2019 for the first time in the history of Abhivykti, a saffron flag was hoisted by some students as the expression of Indore and hoisted the flag with the name of Shri Ram.
This group won the first prize of BEST DRESSUP GROUP AWARD and were Felicitated by the Organizers.
Navratri is marked in various ways across the country. For instance, Bengalis celebrate Durga puja during this period. As the legend goes, Durga battled the demon Mahishasur for nine days, killing him on the tenth day, which is known as Dussehra. In Tamil Nadu, it’s the time for Golu, a festival in which families worship dolls representing the Devi arranged on nine steps. In general, devotees worship the feminine divine spirit during Navratri. In Karnataka, Dussehra is a big deal and marked with grand processions. But it’s perhaps most boisterously celebrated by the Gujarati community.