Swapnil Dagliya, creative director of Space Studio, shows us how to do the Garba - a folk dance from Gujarat, India.
It is a typical folk dance that originated in Gujarat and is characterized by dancers moving around in a circle creating circular patterns around a lamp in the centre of the circle. Traditionally it is performed during the Navratri festival but originally no celebration at home -- including weddings, birth of a child or any other festivities -- were complete without dancing the Garba.
Swapnil Dagliya has created the Rueda de Garba - a combination of the idea of the Rueda de Casino from the Cuban Salsa fused with the folk dance of Garba to create a unique style of movement. In the following GIF's you can find some basic movements along with some uniquely named movements that you could incorporate in your Garba Dandiya.
DODHIYO (One and a half step)
Typical Hand Movements in Garba
You can learn more such movements at one of our workshops below!
GARBA DANDIYA WORKSHOP - INDIA
Space Studio, Pimpri & X-trim Fitness, Pimple Saudagar
From 11th to 21st October 2015 + Garba Dandiya Night at Space Studio on 22nd Oct.
Rueda de Garba Workshop + Music Video Night - Belgium
11th October at Polariteit VZW 20.00
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