SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2021 at 2:00PM

Venue Princeton Shopping Center
Tickets This is a free, outdoor event. Tickets or pre-registration are not required.
COVID-19 Safety Masking and proof of vaccination are not required for this event. Performers will practice and encourage social distancing.



When people in the northwestern Indian state of Gujarat want to celebrate, the ecstatic dance tradition known as garba often provides the fuel. An essential component of wedding celebrations and the nine-day fall Hindu festival Navratri, garba is an intoxicating, high-energy folk dance style marked by handclaps and twirls. Danced in a circle (reflecting the cyclical Hindu conception of time), garba steps can be anything from a simple two-step to intricate movements. 

Garba360 brings this lively celebration to new spaces for all to celebrate through dance. You'll learn garbasanedo, and other Gujarati folk dances with the dance instructors, and dance (or just listen) to live music. Feel free to wear a long, flared skirt, kurta top, or other Indian clothing. All are invited to participate and dance!



"Garba comes to New York"

—News India Times



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Make Us Visible NJ is a coalition of students, parents, educators, legislators, professionals, and New Jersey community members advocating for thoughtful and comprehensive inclusion of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) studies into the K-12 curriculum for New Jersey public schools.

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