Garba Dance is a mainstream people Dance of Gujarat. It is a round type of move performed by women on the Navaratri days, Sharad Purnima, Vasant Panchami, Holi and such other happy events. The rudiments of the move are singing and applauding musically while going round the goddess.
Garba is the main move of ladies in Gujarat. The Garba move is performed all through nine evenings of Navaratri. The genuine execution starts during the evening after the ladies complete their home hold work. All assemble at road corners.
Ladies society turn out away from any confining influence and with punctured earthen pots holding lit sheep balanced on the head sing, applaud. Garba tunes are for the most part in acclaim of Mother Goddess Amba. The cadence is kept by a Dholi or drummer who sit in the inside.