Vote for your favourite latest Garba song. Garbe Ki Raat or Halo Re Halo – Which Garba song do you like more?
The month of October marks the beginning of the festival season in India and we cannot keep calm! It is that time of the year again when we will get the chance to dress up and head out of our homes to enjoy the festive season with our families and our loved ones. The year 2020 was certainly not our favourite, given that we all had to spend the festive season at home and could not go out to enjoy the ambiance of the puja pandals and soaking up the vibes. Don’t you miss it too watching Ramayana being played on stage while you sit around on the rides?
The fear of the third wave of the COVID pandemic continues to loom on our heads, but we can still celebrate Navratri with our families and friends while taking all the necessary precautions. Even though we know you cannot head out to big pandals and indulge in crowded events to perform Garba, but that should not stop you from having the fun. Right? So, we have decided to find out which Garba song do you like the most? The idea behind festivals is to enjoy and catch up with your cousin and friends, but why should we have fun halfway?
Which Garba song do you like more? Is it Garbe Ki Raat or Halo Re Halo?
Garbe Ki Raat is a Bollywood song that was released on 8 October. The song is sung by Bhoomi Trivedi and has a modern touch to your Garba vibes. Rahul Vaidya along with Nia Sharma are the main leads in this song. Halo Re Halo, on the other hand, was released on Oct 7th, the first day of Navratri. The song is sung by Mika Singh and Payal Dev and stars TV actors Sharad Malhotra and Helly Shah. Halo Re Halo has disco dandiya beats, which has certainly filled the audience with enthusiasm.
Nia Sharma and Rahul Vaidya’s sparkling chemistry in the Garbe Ki Raat song sets the stage on fire and is sure to leave you pumped and on the other hand, Mika Singh’s voice in Halo Re Halo will force you to step out of your pjs and dress and dance in your parking lot.
Do tell us which Garba Song do you like more – Garbe Ki Raat or Halo Re Halo or you like both of them?
Navratri 2021 Dandiya Garba celebrations
October 7th marked the onset of the first Navratri of 2021. India is a vast country and given the ethical and cultural diversity, the festivals too are celebrated differently by members belonging to varied communities. Navratri is celebrated across India and no one state has the same pattern of celebrating the Navratri. While the Bengalis head out to pandals and celebrate Durga Puja with their family and friends, Gujaratis celebrate Navratri with Dandiya and Garba. Dandiya & Garba are the highlights of this 9-day festival in India. People gather to perform Garba in various pandals. Anyone who wishes to witness the true essence of Garba can head to one of these gatherings, where people are dressed in colourful attires and are headed out to celebrate the nights with their family and friends. But do ensure that you are wearing your facemask all the time.