online navratri garba at home

 Online navratri garba at home through youtube from Kirtidan to Jignesh barot

Amidst the Corona epidemic, the festival of Shakti Aradhana Navratri has started from today. The government has imposed a complete ban on Garba this year so as not to spread the Koro transition. Well-known singers from Gujarat have been thumping to celebrate Navratri online online. With the establishment of Mataji at home, the players will play Garba wearing traditional dress. This year, singers from Kirtidan Gadhvi to Kinjal Dave will be seen singing Garba online. 
Kirtidan Gadhvi will sing Mataji's Garba online

Sahiyar Group, which has been organizing Navratri in Rajkot city for 20 years, is planning to hold not actual but virtual Navratri this year, in which players and people will be able to listen to the songs of their favorite singers and the orchestra will be playing. Surendrasinh Wala, president of Sahiyar Group, said that Maa Ambani Aarti and Garba will be performed daily from the same venue without inviting any players or spectators and people will be online on Sahiyar Rasotsav's YouTube channel and through other social media. People will also be able to enjoy Navratri at home and play Garba.

They will do Garba Live through YouTube and Instagram. However, Kinjal Dave will sing Garba live on the 8th North. While Dr. Tushar Bhonsle of Vadodara, who runs the music group, will make 800 children of Prince Ashokraj Gaekwad School do individual online garba, in which about 80 teachers will teach online. The children will get ready at home and play individual garba.

Artists Tejas Shishangia, Rahul Mehta, Sajid Khyar, Charmi Rathore will play the tune. Apart from this, Kirtidan Gadhvi, who has a personal relationship with Sahiyar, will also sing Mataji's Garba. Khodidas and keyboard player Deepak Vadher will play with the same musician and rhythm as every year Navratri

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