Garba Dance (गरबा नृत्य):
Garba Dance is a popular folk dance of the state of Gujarat, which represents the rich tradition of song, dance and drama. This clay jar, called Garbo, fill with water and performed by women around it. Inside the jar, an arecanut and silver coin kept, called Kumbh. A coconut is place on top of it. The women who dance move round around the jar and a singer and a person playing dholak or tabla gives music. Participants clap at a certain rhythm. Garba dance is a spherical dance form perform by Gujarati women and performed in Navratri, Sharad Purnima, Basant Panchami, Holi and other festivals. Garba is born according to a lamp called Garthdeep, which means a lamp placed inside the jar.