UNITED WAY Baroda Garba Live stream 2019 with Atul Purohit
United Way Baroda is the first local United Way set up in India in 1986. 30 years back United Way Baroda was founded by Baroda Citizens Council with support from United Way International & UNICEF. United Way Baroda is registered under Bombay Public Trust Act in 1998 & FCRA.
Over three decades, United Way Baroda is supporting communities, local NGOs and the government for sustainable improvement in the quality of life of less privileged people in and around Gujarat.
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United Way Garba 2019
United Way Garba 2019 Live
Garba is a form of dance that originated in the state of Gujarat and is performed during Navrati, a major Hindu festival dedicated to the Hindu goddess Durga. The festival symbolizes the triumph of good over evil, as in Hinduism, Durga famously destroyed the demon Mahishasura after a battle that lasted nine nights.
United Way of Baroda organizes “Garba Mahotsav” every year, one of the most awaited events, wherein dancers from all over the world participate. United Way Baroda has been hosting the event for the last 28 years and every year its popularity increases. This year, the biggest Garba event in India was organized from 13th to 21st October 2015, gathering 35,000 dancers and more than 25,000 viewers each night.
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The colorful attires, exciting buffets, melodious tunes, and unmatched fervor; Navratri surely doesn’t get bigger than in Gujarat. As the entire state dresses up in pop colored, embroidered fineries and crowd the various Garba and dandiya raas venues, the vibrant nine days of celebrations make it one of the longest dance festivals in the world. While every town and city of Gujarat is immersed in the Navratri excitement, there are some places that lead the list of ultimate festivities. Here are the top five places that you should aim for to get a first-hand experience of the energy and enthusiasm that fuel the non-stop festivities.
Gujarat’s Chief Minister Smt. Anandiben Patel visited United Way of Baroda’s Garba and was highly impressed by the crowd and management of the event. A sum of INR 6.5 million is expected to be raised. The funds generated by the event will be utilized to support economically poor and other vulnerable groups - differently-abled, children and senior citizens.