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Come celebrate Dandiya this year with Utsab!
Dandiya dances are traditionally performed during festive occasions like Navratri or Dussehra. Navaratri is the longest Hindu festival celebrated all over India for nine consecutive nights in praise of Lord Rama (Hero of the Epic Ramayana) and Goddess Durga. The Dandiya Raas dance originated as devotional Garba dances, which were performed in Durga's honor, this dance form is actually the staging of a mock-fight between the Goddess and Mahishasura, the mighty demon-king, and is nicknamed "The Sword Dance". The sticks of the dance represent the sword of Durga. The women wear traditional dresses such as colorful embroidered choli, ghagra and bandhani dupattas dazzling with mirror work and heavy jewellery. The men wear special turbans and kedias, but can range from area to area. The dancers whirl and move their feet and arms in a choreographed manner to the tune of the music with lots of drum beats.
You are requested to retain your passes till you exit the venue.
Dandiya sticks can be bought at the venue.
Pass valid for ONE only
(children above 6 years of age need a separate pass).
Management will not be responsible for loss of any belongings.
Misbehavior and misdemeanor shall not be tolerated.
Utsab holds the right to ask you to leave the venue in case of breach of discipline.*
Alcohol is strictly prohibited. Any person found under influence shall be asked to leave the venue.
Decision of the Management is final and binding.
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