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Garba - The Dance of Life Garba - The Dance of Life Garba - The Dance of Life Garba - The Dance of Life
Garba - The Dance of Life
Garba - The Dance of Life
Garba - The Dance of Life
Garba - The Dance of Life

Garba - The Dance of Life

€20.48

The Garba Puzzle brings to you, the country’s most vibrant and energetic festival of dance that is celebrated during Navratri. From the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura, to the festive surrounds at the neighbourhood, from the multi-hued costumes with high octane dancing to the resounding spirit of communities coming together , all have been vibrantly portrayed for you to relish and decode! Join us in dancing to the cycle of life!

The collection of Indian Festivals puzzles from Aurva, have been artfully designed to explore customs, rituals and practices while unravelling their cultural significance.

Originating in the west-Indian state of Gujarat, Garba is a dance form that is widely performed during the Navratri festival that celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. It is said that this dance form is a mock dramatisation of the nine-day battle, where people come together as communities and worship the nine forms of goddess Durga. Devotees observe fasts, perform pooja, and dress according to specific colours associated with each of the nine days, with the resultant notion of purifying oneself of negative thoughts and starting life afresh after all the vibrant, colourful festivities.

Features: Includes 300 puzzle pieces made of high-quality cardboard

Completed Puzzle size: 52 cm x 38 cm; 

Weight: 0.6 kg;

Culture brochure: A4 zoomed-in puzzle image + Finely detailed ‘Culture Scroll’ describing the origin, history, tradition and symbolic significance of the product.

Suitable for: age 8+

  • Description
    Originating in the west-Indian state of Gujarat, Garba is a dance form that is widely performed during the Navratri festival that celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. It is said that this dance form is a mock dramatisation of the nine-day battle, where people come together as communities and worship the nine forms of goddess Durga. Devotees observe fasts, perform pooja, and dress according to specific colours associated with each of the nine days, with the resultant notion of purifying oneself of negative thoughts and starting life afresh after all the vibrant, colourful festivities.
  • Specification

    Features: Includes 300 puzzle pieces made of high-quality cardboard

    Completed Puzzle size: 52 cm x 38 cm; 

    Weight: 0.6 kg;

    Culture brochure: A4 zoomed-in puzzle image + Finely detailed ‘Culture Scroll’ describing the origin, history, tradition and symbolic significance of the product.

    Suitable for: age 8+

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