Dandiya in galway

Durga Puja (Garbha or Kolatam)

Durga Puja (Dandiya or Kolatam)

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DANDIYA NIGHT IN GALWAY, ON 5th October 2019.

Let’s Play Dandiya all together…

Dear Friends,

Hope you all are keeping well and hearty after the blessings of Lord Ganesha during our Ganesh Puja Celebrations.

It’s the time of the year again to dance on the tunes of captivating rhythmic beats, Echo of dandiyas, Glitter of traditional dresses… Yes, it’s the time for Navratri Celebration (Dandiya Night)…A night of dancing for all….

ICSC cordially invites you with your family and friends for this Navaratri Night to get the blessings of Maa Durga.
Please feel free to extend this invitation to all your friends and other interested devotees.

Date: Saturday, 5th October 2019
Door Opens at: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Venue: Salthill Knocknacarra GAA Hall, Dr. Mannix Road, Galway

Entry Fee :
Adults: 3 Euros
Students: 2 Euros
Kids (Above 12 years): 1 Euro
Kids(Under 12 years): Free

For any further information please contact us on icscgalway@gmail.com or contact Ujala on 0860259247

!! Jai Mata Di !!

Durga Puja (Garbha or Kolatam)

Durga Puja, show case of folk dance of greatest Indian tradition practised over 1000s of years across length and breadth of India. Community comes together to take part in the dance (which requires no previous experience) using two sticks going around circles. Dandiya usually falls in the month of October coincides with Devi Navratri (or Dusshara) celebrated in India. ICSC is celebrating Dandiya and proudly presenting with grand success each year brings people from many cultures together not only people with Indian background. Dandiya is usually started with prayer to Durga Matadi, who is sign of success over the evil.

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