Published On : Fri, Oct 19th, 2018

1101 diyas light up Durga Ashtami aarti at Jalsa 2018

Nagpur: it was an mesmerizing views on the eve of Durga Aashtami as the week of colours, a week of celebrations, a week of joy is about to end. Navratri, the nine-day festival dedicated to worship goddess Durga, is one of the most important festivals for various communities. Garba is considered not just as a dance form, but also a prayer by these communities. Jalsa 2018 by Chattarpur farms offers all the fun and masti to the garba lover to celebrate the festival with the family and friends.

The theme on eve of Aashtami of Navratri Utsav was blue. Garba enthusiast people came in their vibrant mix-match blue attires to tap their feet on all the fusion songs.


Niraj Agarwal, Shailesh Lakhotia, Arun Dhariwal, Dhiraj Agarwal

Khushi and Alka Gupta

This year, people were very much interested in learning fusion-garba which consists of salsa-garba fusion, bollywood garba, hip hop-garba, jazz-garba, disco dandiya. These forms of garba were experimental yet exciting, new and never seen before are the main attraction specially for kids and youths.

Bhavna Jain

Dimple Jejani and Pooja Juneja

Urwi, Sandeep and Anvay Suri

The second last day of Navratri received a warm welcome by all the people as they enjoyed the night of devotion and prayer with the Garba dance. A Maha aarti was held by devotees after lighting 1,101 diyas which was a pleasure to the eye and heart to watch and be a part of Maha aarti by worshipping lord Durga in a grand style.

Shubha and Raunak Suchak

Amita Agrawal

Aishwarya Raut and Nikita Kadhao

Swati Khushlani,Swati Kriplani & Nupur Dhariwal

Suraj Agrawal, Ramesh Jayaswal and Dipen Agrawal

Lalit Kothari and Ravi Agrawal

Jasmine Thaker and Jyoti Agrawal

Bhavita Shrimankar

By Abhishek Tiwari

Pics Rajesh Bansod