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Worshipping the Deity through garba

According to Hindu Dharma, performing 'garbā' means devotion filled singing of hymns praising the Goddess in the combination of rhythmic clapping. Performing 'garba' means' awakening Shrī Durgādēvī from meditation through the medium of the manifest spiritual practice of rhythmic clapping, and appealing her to assume the destructive form for the activity of the Universe. Click here to read more.

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