SEE PICTURES |  Navaratri fervour grips cities, revellers groove to Garba tunes

Published: 15th October 2018 04:35 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th October 2018 07:22 PM  

The festive season is back and once again its that time of the year when night turns into day and the city reverberates to the beat of countless drums. (Photo | PTI)
Youngsters dressed in traditional attire participate in the traditional folk dance 'Garba' on the first day of nine-day Navratri festival in Ahmedabad. (Photo | PTI)
Youngsters dressed in traditional attire participate in mass 'Garba' and 'Dandiya' programme during Navratri celebrations in Jaipur. (Photo | PTI)
Young women perform 'Garba' during Navratri celebrations. (Photo | PTI)
A devotee participates in a Garba dance performance during the Navratri festival celebrations in Bhopal. (Photo | PTI)
An arial view of Garba a folk dance from Gujarat during 'Navratri' celebrations At Gandhinagar. (Photo | PTI)
School teachers perform 'Dandiya' dance during Navratri festival celebrations in Jammu. (Photo | PTI)
Young women perform 'Garba' during Navratri celebrations in Jaipur. (Photo | PTI)
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