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Vadodara Navratri Festival 2016: Date Venue Tickets Details

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Vadodara Navratri Festival 2016 will be held from 1st to 10th October, 2016 at Navlakhi Ground in Vadodara. So guys you have a chance to get ready to experience a whole new way of celebrating Navratri in its pristine traditional glory.

Dance the nine nights away to ethnic folk rhythm filled with fresh energy and new energy. This event presenting the dazzling singers who are all set to spark up your Navratri nights and add more energy to the festivities.

Vadodara Navratri Festival 2016 Date:

1st October to 10th October, 2016

Vadodara Navratri Festival 2016 Venue:

Navlakhi Ground, Vadodara

Vadodara Navratri Festival 2016 Singers:

Gautam Dabir

Anupa Pota

Shyam Ghediya

Seema Deepak Parikh

Vadodara Navratri Festival 2016 Participant Registration Price:

Category Amount (Rs.)
Season Female Performer 100
Season Male Performer 2100
Season Male Student Performer 1600
3-Day Weekend 7th to 9th (Fri-Sun) Male Performer 1300
1st to 6th Male Performer 1200
Daily Male Performer 500
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Vadodara: The Cultural Capital of Gujarat

Vadodara city known for its passion for art and culture. The city has a well-known history of art and architecture, which is evident in the key landmarks of the city, be it the dome of Maharaja Sayajirao University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Performing Arts, Champaner and the popular Laxmi Vilas Palace.

The city was hence conferred with the title of ‘Kala Nagari’, owing to its separate architecture and awe-inspiring art.

Significance of Navratri:

Navratri is devoted to Goddess Durga. Navratri at Vadodara is one of the most excitedly awaited events of Gujarat – a time of the year when millions group the city just to witness its fascinating Garba festivities, which are close to its traditions, yet contemporary.

The entire city is cheered by street bazaars, food vendors and young Garba enthusiasts dancing to the tunes of sweet voices and soulful arrangements.



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