This Navratri, Maa Shakti Sandhya Raas-Garba will brighten Amdavad
To be held at the sprawling 4 lakh sq ft Cricket Ground at Gota, the event will witness performances by Dandiya King Jignesh Kaviraj.
Ahmedabad : The Maa Shakti Sandhya Raas-Garba event, hosted by The Helping Hands, is the perfect way to get into the celebratory mood of Navratri. Garba fans of all ages will have a fantastic time at this spectacular cultural extravaganza.
The Maa Shakti Sandhya Raas-Garba is a spectacular festival that is sure to wow its guests. Famous performer and dandiya king Jignesh Kaviraj will perform exclusively for the nine-day festival, giving garba revellers a taste of the pinnacle of traditional Gujarati dance and song.
From October 15th to the 23rd, the massive 4 lakh sq ft Cricket Ground in Gota on SG Highway will host the Maa Shakti Sandhya Raas-Garba festival. The arena can hold around 10,000 to 12,000 people, so there will be plenty of room for garba revellers to shake what their mamas gave them. The location will be transformed into Ahmedabad’s Navratri party hub for this event.
“The Maa Shakti Sandhya Raas-Garba event is not just a celebration, it is an embodiment of our cultural heritage and devotion to the Supreme Goddess,” stated Jaydeepsinh Gohil of The Helping Hands. People put their cares aside, unite, and let loose to the rhythms of the past. We’re thrilled to host this magnificent event, and we hope you can all join us for nine days of celebration and dedication.
Pratik Amin, Yogesh Patel, Raj Shah, Mitesh Patel, and Abhishek Jain are the additional organisers for Maa Shakti Sandhya Raas-Garba.
The garba festival also has a large food court where revellers may purchase tasty treats to munch on while having a good time. For the convenience of the garba attendees, a vast parking lot has been prepared. Many famous people will be attending the Maa Shakti Sandhya Raas-Garba event to celebrate the goddess in traditional Gujarati fashion.
Gujarat, a state that proudly celebrates Navratri to proclaim its steadfast devotion to the Supreme Goddess, is the beating heart of India, and the dance known as garba is its lifeblood. Because of its nine nights of festivities, Navratri is sometimes called the longest dance festival in the world.
The Helping Hands is an Ahmedabad-based nonprofit that facilitates blood donation campaigns, plants trees, and backs other community projects.