Raas Garba 2018

Navratri | English, Hindi | 4hrs

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Timing: 8pm to 12pm


 RAS GARBA or Dandiya Raas is the traditional folk dance form of Gujarat & Rajasthan India, and is associated with scenes of Holi, and lila of Krishna and Radha at Vrindavan.  Along with Garba, it is the featured dance of Navratri evenings in Western India.

 RAS GARBA has been our Flagship event for the past 17 years, we’re the pioneers of GARBA in Central India, our RAS GARBA is like no other for the following reasons:-

Firstly our event only takes place for the last 3 days as opposde to the traditional 10 days, it’s a trend set by us which makes our Garba more of an exclusive event.

We have marked a record attendance of upto 30 thousands over 3 day for the last decade.

 We have a Gated Circular playing field called GHERA where every one of our guests play together in an orderly fashion in one huge circle, rather than playing in their own groups.

 We have a thumb rule where only Guests in Traditional outfits are allowed to play & enter the GHERA strictly, hence maintaining the sanctity of this auspicious event.

T&C

  • No Age Restriction.
  • One ticket allows one individual entry only.
  • This is a Three (3) day Event, a purchase made on a specific date only allows the entry for that particular date, not any other date.
  • Passes will also be sold at the venue.
  • Food & Beverage are available at the venue, & are sold separately, not included with the purchase of a ticket. Thus kindly carry along some cash. 
  • Attendees who would like to play Garba are strictly requested to wear traditional outfits; otherwise they will be prohibited from entering the playing field. 
  • Attendees are encouraged not to leave & re-enter the venue on multiple occasions as during peak hours the gates may become overcrowded. 
  • Anyone under the influence of alcohol or any other intoxicating substance would be removed immediately off the premise with the use of strict force, as this a religious family event.
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