Life and Death

01  —  The Tradition


The event will commence with an Aarti ceremony at 7:30 PM

02  —  Hit your taste buds

Indian Street Food

While the event starts in one hall, in the dining hall delicious Indian street food will start spreading its love.

Indian Street Foods
The Magic Farm

03  —  Begin the play


After Aarti, we’ll begin the play with Garba to worship maa durga. Garba is a form of dance which originates from the state of Gujarat in India. The name is derived from the Sanskrit term Garbha and Deep. Many traditional garbas are performed around a centrally lit lamp or a picture or statue of the Goddess Shakti. 

04  —  Laughs and Smiles

Photo Booth

When you come in from the main gate, you’ll see an attractive photo booth to get yourself photographed. Click some pictures with your traditional dress and you’ll be able to download that photo on the RBN Facebook page the next day.

Theater & Dance
Typical Ofrenda

05  —  Best of you


You get prizes for best dress, best couple, best child dress, best dance moves male, best dance moves female, best group dance moves and many more prizes.

06  —  Celebrate the Day


Dodhiya is weaved and preserved Indian dance form. Garba originated in the state of Gujarat, India. You’ll see some extra-ordinary Dodhiya moves to follow.

Life and Death

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