Garba Night celebrated at AURO University on 12 October 2018. The event, facilitated by Art and Creativity Forum (ACF), AURO University was held at their university campus located at Earthspace, Hazira.
Navratri marks the beginning of the festive season, which not only symbolizes the victory of good over evil but also celebrates the spirit of Indian culture. Garba, a dance ritual performed in reverence of Mother Goddess has its origins in Gujrat. Over the past few years, this lively and colourful dance form has gained popularity in almost every corner of the country.
‘Garba Night’ celebration at AURO University started with the aarti and puja of the Goddess Durga, which became more colourful with the dancing beats of the students on the garba songs. AURO University witnessed the presence of 600 people including the students, the alumni’s and the faculty and staff members in beautiful traditional attire. All of them were seen dancing to traditional and Garba numbers.
Prizes for the evening were given for various titles including the best attire male andfemale, the best dance action. Everyone took part in the celebration with lot of enthusiasm.