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Posts Tagged ‘Durga’

Garba Dance

Garba is a form of dance which originated in the state of Gujarat in India. The name is derived from the Sanskrit term Garbha (“womb”) and Deep (“a small earthenware lamp”). Many traditional garbas are performed around a centrally lit lamp or a picture or statue of the Goddess Shakti. The circular and spiral figures of garba have similarities to other spiritual dances, such as those of Sufi culture (garba being an earlier tradition). Traditionally, it is performed during the nine-day Hindu festival Navaratri Nava = 9,nights). Either the lamp (the Garba Deep) or an image of the Goddess, Durga (also called Amba) is placed in the middle of concentric rings as an object of veneration.

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Ghoomar
Podina
Mor Bole Re
Chand Chadhyo Gignaar
Chirmi
Rupido To Le Mein
Dholida Dhol Dhimo Vaghad (Gujrati)
Odhani Odhu To
Mele Jaun Chhe (Gujarati)
Banna Re Bagan Mein
Ud Ud Re
Pallo Latake
Thane Kajaliyo Banalyun
Chudi Chamke
Mhari Chudiya
Ital Peetal
Gorband Nakhralo
Rumal
Nakhralo Devariyo
Dhol Dhol Majira
Sagar Pani Bharba
Holiya Mein Ude Re Gulal
Dungar Upar Dungari
Mhara Chhail Bhanwar Ka
Kalyo Kood Padyo
Dohe


An Introduction to Hindu Belief

This segment is a basic overview of Hindu mythology. I discuss the trinity of Vishu, Shiva and Brahma, as well as their female counterparts Laxmi, Sarawati, and Durga. Furthermore, I discuss the creation of the world according to Hindu scripture. All the information in this segment is taken from Devdutt Patnaik various writings.

Beloved India

Vibrant, lively Aparajita Barai has stopped at our radio this morning bringing news on inauguration of her first solo exhibition tomorrow, Thursday 17that 5pm at Kala Kendra, Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of India, and her interesting workshop next week.
One – title of the exhibition derives from the note that everything is ONE…we are one, god and goddesses are one…
Aparajita is searching through symbolism of spiritually and mythology because she has realized that all the symbols became in India very ritualistic, and people stopped questioning themselves what do they mean. This way Aparajita will try to demystify Indian deities.
Beloved India (www.belovedindia.com       www.facebook.com/belovedindia)  is a brand coming from Aparjita’s studying business plan some years back while she realized that being a designer and creating a design is a process of solving a problem. As she sees it India has many problems, and out of commercial business she would like to continue with social projects.


Comments: 0 Date: 16 Dec 2015

Navaratri Celebrations, Entry

In today’s news we are featuring Aurore from the Entry Service Team, inviting us all to a Newcomers Putlock Dinner on Saturday 17th at 6.30pm at Ilaignarkal Education Centre.

The exhibition the Celebration of Evolution is open fro the Navaratri time at Ilaignarkal Education Centre daily from 9am to 12, and from 3pm to 7pm.

The Mothers and Sri Aurobindo Centre invite us to the celebration of Navaratri by Acknowledging the Divine Supreme Mother through all Her forms daily from 13th to 22nd at 6pm at Brahmanaspati Kshetram in Edayanchavadi.

Wednesday 14 to Sunday 18 October Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of India invites all to Garba Dance Festival 2015 to celebrate, participate and dance at SAWCHU.

Does the Divine exist in all things, even in the dustbin?
The whole universe is the manifestation of the Divine, but a manifestation which begins with a total unconsciousness of its origin and rises little by little towards this consciousness.
– The Words of The Mother, Vol.15


Comments: 0 Date: 15 Oct 2015
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