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Monday, 5 October 2020

Government's U-turn on Garba approval ?

Government's U-turn on Garba approval ?:Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel says Garba can be held with 200 people, re-open as per new guideline likely

With just two weeks to go before Navratri, the government has not been able to decide whether to allow Garba

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 Riopon.

September 30, Nitin Patel said that Garba would not be allowed in a big field. On September 30, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said that it was not possible to get approval for a big Garba in the state 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.

Read in Gujarati news 

All the major Garba organizers in the state have refused to play Garba before the government canceled the Vibrant Navratri festival on September 26 . 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.

state government has decided not to celebrate Vibrant Navratri on e-platform this year as it is the world's largest dance festival. Garba is being played by a group of sailors at a historic temple every day for nine days of Navratri 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
Rajkot The city's two youngest Ras Garba managers have recently announced the cancellation of the event this year due to the increasing number of Koro transitions in Rajkot. 

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