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Sunday, October 4, 2020

News About Celebration of Navratri In Gujarat

Big News About Celebration of Navratri In Gujarat

There is a growing curiosity among the people in the state about the planning of Navratri in the midst of Corona. However, the state government has not yet taken a decision on the matter. With only two weeks to go before Navratri, the Gujarat government is in a dilemma about allowing Garba. Earlier, the Deputy Chief Minister's tone changed after he said that Garba would not be allowed in the big ground. Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said Garba could be held with 200 people as per the new guideline of Riopan.

On September 30, Nitin Patel said Garba was not allowed in the big field

On September 30, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said the state was not likely to get approval for a major Garba project at present. The government has not yet made a decision on how to allow sherigarba at the village level or in cities. The decision will be taken in the coming days based on the new guidelines of the central government keeping in view the religious beliefs and the concessions given in them.

On September 26, the government canceled the Vibrant Navratri Festival

Earlier, all the major Garba organizers in the state had refused to play Garba. Divya Bhaskar released the news on September 12. Only then did the debate begin as to what the government decides. Then on September 26, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that the Vibrant Navratri Festival at the GMDC ground has been canceled due to Corona.

This year Vibrant Navratri is now being considered on e-platform

The state government has decided not to celebrate Vibrant Navratri in the presence of thousands of spectators at the GMDC Ground this time as every year as it has made Vibrant Navratri famous all over the world as the largest dance festival in the world. Garba is being played by a group of sailors at the temple and online webcasting is being planned by the tourism department. For this, a traditional Ras-Garba program is being organized in the temples including Ambaji, Pavagadh, Bahucharaji.

Rajkot's largest Sahiyar and Sargam Club group will not hold Rasotsav

Two young Ras Garba administrators in the city recently announced the cancellation of planning this year due to the increasing number of Koro transitions in Rajkot. Rajkot has announced the cancellation of Navratri by the managers of Sahiyar and Sargam Group.

Counting days are now left for Navratri, which is considered to be the longest dance festival in the world and which Gujaratis are eagerly waiting for during the year. Navratri has been postponed by big organizing clubs and party plots across the state due to the Koro epidemic. While it is unclear whether Navratri, the biggest festival for Gujaratis, will be allowed or not, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel has hinted that planning for Navratri will be allowed. Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, who was on a visit to Patan today, gave news of relief to the sailors.

Nitin Patel said that concessions can be obtained as per the guideline of Unlock-5. According to the Unlock 5 guideline, the government is considering holding a street rally with conditions that can accommodate up to 200 people.





A few days back, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani had decided not to celebrate Vibrant Navratri this year due to the Koro epidemic. The safety of the citizens is our highest priority in this Corona era and it was stated at the time that this decision was taken in the wider public interest.

This year Navratri will start on October 17 and end on October 25.

The Navratri festival is coming up in a few days. It is still difficult to decide whether to be proud or not. Permission has not been given by the Gujarat government yet. But it seems that now the players will get permission soon. The Deputy Chief Minister's statement on Navratri has brought good news for the players. At a function in Patan, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel gave the hopeful news that Navratri could be relaxed as per the Unlock 5 guideline. There was a rock on Navratri programs held in public places. But the government is considering the Navratri issue with conditions that allow 200 people to gather as per the Unlock 5 guideline.

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