8 October 2021



The root meaning of the word Karo Garbo is - a pit with a hole in which the flame is lit and placed in the worship of Mataji as a lamp.  The word Garbo is derived from the original Sanskrit word Garbhadeep.  The word Garbo in Bhagwadgomandal has the following meanings.  • 'A small earthenware or metal hole with a lamp inside.  The lamp has many holes in it so that it does not go out and its rays shine all around.  It is kept at home in Navratri for Devi Prasad.  Singing around a clapping lamp or a mandvi • 'A raga to sing with great pride;  Rasado [1] Naad and Nartan are expressions of primitive man's inner impulses and urmi.  When primitive man turned from fear and protection to worship or religion, he expressed that religion or protection in the form of sacrifice, sound and dance.  Pride is a symbol of religion.  Garba is associated with the worship of Shakti, the greatness of Shakti.  The Garba festival of Navratri is a festival of Shaktipuja. Our scholars are not yet in complete agreement on the etymology of the word 'pride', but it is slim.  Dhiparmo / Tmo / Garmo / Ravo (Garbo) The word Garbo seems to have been derived in this order.  Accepting Gar Garba worshiped in Navratri as a type of talrasak, Shri Govardhan Panchal writes that,  Usha's lasya is not like Talrasak or Garba, is it? 

Shardatanya Rasak of 16th century AD is also called Lasak and if we accept both Rasak or Lasak lasya, then Usha's lasya can be associated with a dance type like Garba, because the above mentioned Aranyaka system of women  This type of dance system seems to have been propagated in Gujarat for the first time by Usha.  'Garbo Lakhay', 'Garbo Chhapay', 'Garbo Gavay', 'Garbe Ghumaya', 'Garbo Khariday' in all these senses, let's establish it by lighting a lamp in a hole in a hole with a hole in the word Garba.  Putting this incident in the middle, the dance type in which the women go round and round around it also got the nickname 'Garbo' and in the end.  Even if Garba is not established in the middle, the circular mass dance and the accompanying song 'Garbo' is a folk culture.  In the village, when the grain was ripe and the days of rejoicing came, people would gather and give thanks to the deity.  Thus in the Jani tradition of Hawa Gole village Ras Dandiya Ras Gif Matki, Tippani etc. types arose.  In different regions

Garo is a folk culture.  In the villages, when the grain was ripe and the days of rejoicing came, people would gather and give thanks to the gods and goddesses.  A rose arose which was called pride.  The modern form of this is Garba dance.  There are two types of Garba (1) Ancient Garbo (2) Modern Garbo Ancient Garbo Ancient Garbo emanates from folk music, folk music and folk dance.  This dance needs to have the same speed, the same posture, the same symmetry, the same clapping of hands and the scree and rhythm of hands.  Ancient Garba has a mixture of song, rhythm, melody and rhythm.  It is called Talirasak or Mandalrasak.  Which is a type of hallucination.  As stated in Abhinaya Darpan's Granth, Parvatiji taught Banasu.  Usha taught the gopis of Dwarka and the gopis of Dwarka taught the women of Saurashtra.  In this way traditionally lass dance became prestigious in folklore.  Usha added a clap of hands to the rhythm and movement of a halli dance and also removed the men from it because if there are single women then lasya special lalit, elegant a = tal, tali, chapati, lachak, thes, lasya and circular tali rasa  , Two claps, three claps and several types of chapati na sanghormina are prevalent.  Different types of clapping, squeezing and kicking do not keep the rhythm and rhythm (even if not).  The dance is complete round.  Bubbles are rounds formed in a semicircle.  The circular form of this folk dance is created by the compositions of entry and departure through various rhythms, words and thoughts arising from them.  The innovation of such entry and departure is unique in the folk dance of the world.  Prach Nartan is the main one.  In addition to carrying more than one raft on the head, carrying garbi, mandwadi, diva, divadi, dandiya, manjira etc. and also dancing with various angmarod and movement variations in the chorus sung in Taliras  Way taken.  Subject matter Ancient folklore, folk songs or works of poets up to Dayaram are included in the ancient Garba.  The subject matter is especially devotional.  Arya of power.  The only folk songs that can be sung easily by the common people of subjects touching on Shri Lokjivan are the folk songs of Pradhan Lokdhal.  Pride is sung by Mahakali, Amba, Bahuchar, Chachar, Ashapura etc.

The compositions of entry and departure are created by various rhythms, words and thoughts arising from them.  Such an innovative world dance of entry and departure is key.

In addition to carrying more than one raft on the head, carrying Garbi, Mandwadi, Diva, Divadi, Dandiya, Manjira etc. and also in the chords sung in various Angmarod Taliras, while walking in Garbi, one song of one is usually taken first in the middle after delay and then in the second floor.  Subject matter Ancient folklore, folk songs or works of poets up to Dayaram are included in the ancient Garba.  If the subject matter is especially devotional, then the general public can easily sing the songs that touch the folk life.  Pride is sung by Mahakali, Amba.  Is.  Garbi composed by Bhandasji in 191 "Gagardi Gagardi Gun Garbi Ray of Gaganmandal is found in Ras Gau Gun Garbi Ray of Ram Bhavani. And Garbi composed by Vallabh Mewada in 150 AD;"  Ma.  "Found. About this earlier. No other literature has been found yet. Vallabh Mewado is considered synonymous with ancient garbas. His garba (text as garba) is Patrani."  Apart from this, Sankleshwar of Kadi, Dewan Ranchodji of Junagadh, Shamal, Premanand, Dayaram, have given love.  Then slowly the religious pride merged.  Music  There are also three to four quantities of Loktala.  Rago - has shades of country, mud, khamaj etc.  The completeness of the raga is negligible.  Simple Loktal Lokrag Lokdha corresponding to this type of ancient garba


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