Saturday, October 05, 2019

Navratri Cheer At Ahmedabad Airport, Passengers Play Garba

Mumbai: From adorned puja pandals to authentic food combinations, we witness something unusual every Navratri. In an astounding video, a group of people was seen playing Garba at the Ahmedabad International airport at 3 in the morning. Navratri, which means ‘Nine-nights’ in Sanskrit, is a nine-day festival which is famous in various parts of India and is celebrated by Hindus all over the country with great energy and enthusiasm. It is a colorful festival in which nine forms of Goddess Durga are worshipped.
In the video, a group was seen performing Garba in the middle of the airport which highlights the spirit of the Navratri. Passengers and the airport staff were also seen doing the Garba. In a similar incident during the last Navratri, a first-ever Garba flash-mob was performed at SVPI Ahmedabad airport. The staff of every airline performed in the Garba flash-mob at both international and domestic terminal of the Ahmedabad airport.
Navratri is one of the most sacred periods in the Hindi calendar and is celebrated with pomp and show across the country. The festival of Navratri comes with a promise of nine days filled with fun, frolic, dance, and festivities all around. It is one of the most vivacious festivals celebrated in the country.
04/10/19 Prachi Mankani/Republic
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