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IN Desi ON 07 Oct, 2016
Navratri is one of the favourite festivals, thanks to the tradition of playing Garba. The spirit of Garba during the festive season is beyond love. From the state of Maharashtra to West Bengal, each state has its own style to celebrate the arrival of Maa Durga on the earth, and one common form is playing Garba.
But have you even wondered why do we play Garba during Navratri?
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Navratri not only symbolises the victory of good over evil but also celebrates the spirit of togetherness.
Garba is believed to a dance form which dramatises the fight between Maa Durga and Mahishasura. The sticks which are used in Garba symbolises the sword of Maa Durga.
Do not forget to share the concept behind Garba with your friends and family.
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