Navratri 25th September to 3rd October, 2014
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Regional Names of Durga Puja: Navratri Puja

Garba Dance
Famous Garba Dance from Gujarat
Region: Gujarat, Punjab & Maharashta.


Navratri is a festival of worship, dance and music celebrated over a period of nine nights. Devotees perform the 'devi-sthaapna' in their homes wherein they invite the Goddess and perform 'pooja-path' for nine days. Gujaratis perform their traditional dances 'Garba' & 'Dandiya-Raas' during Navratri. The women-folk dance in a circle, singing 'Garbas' or traditional songs.

'Dandiya-Raas' is played with wooden sticks or 'dandiyas'. Apart from Gujrat,Garbas are performed in other states & cities like Mumbai. Young men-women wear colourful traditional dresses and play Garba with great enthusiasm.The mood of Navratri is very colourful & unique.



Durga Puja  |  Navratri Puja  |  Kullu Dussehra  |  Mysore Dussehra  |  Bommai Kolu
Ayudha Puja  |  Vidyaramba  |  Saraswati Puja  |  Simollanghan



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