Yeah! It’s Raas Dandiya or Dandiya Raas - the traditional folk dance form of Vrindavan, India, where it is performed describing scenes of Holi, and lila of Krishna and Radha. Along with Garba, it is the featured dance of Navratri evenings in Western India. Yeah! As might be expected that is the time for NAVRATRI FESTIVAL, the festival of dance and music for nine concomitant nights.
Navaratri is also known as the nine divine nights festival that honors the Mother Goddess in all her manifestations, including Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. It’s a festival full of worship and dance. The festival culminates with Dussehra or Dasara, the victory of good over evil, on the tenth day.
Yeah! Truly, at this time of the year, India is remembering its life in full spirit. Like all other festivals this one is celebrated differently by different religions, only the reason remaining common. This festival is one of the longest celebrated in India and most popular amongst the youths. I would say it is the “Chemistry of Fashion and Dance with Soul”.
During this festival all we devotees of goddess Navadurga offer their prayers for nine nights. On the occasion of this festival how I can forget about Garba Rass and Dandiya Rass? Yeah! It’s my precious and artful dance what I like most. This dance necessitates clapping of hands and dandiya is nothing but a pair of wooden sticks. The dandiya is played in pairs by striking of the sticks. If all you would like to have a Chemistry of Fashion and Dance with your Soul then just join Garba at your area and get extreme plentiful joys.