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Religious significance behind playing Garba/Dandiya in Navratri

By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 30-09-2019
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Religious significance behind playing Garba/Dandiya in Navratri
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Navratri not only symbolizes the victory of good over evil (Goddess Durga's victory over Mahishasur) but also celebrates the spirit of Indian culture in its togetherness. Garba is a dance form originated in Gujarat, performed during Navratri - a 9-day festival of Goddess Durga. It is also known as Garbi, Garbha or Garbha Deep. In 'Garbha Deep', the word 'Garbha' is a Sanskrit term, which means womb and 'Deep' means little earthen lamps.
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