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Get ready to experience a whole new way of celebrating Navratri in its pristine traditional glory. Dance the nine nights away to ethnic folk rhythm brimming with fresh energy and new verve. Presenting, the scintillating singers who are all set to spark up your Navratri nights and add more zing to the revelry.


A name well known amongst music lovers of the country, has inherited music from his (late) mother Smt. Shashi Dabir and his grand mother Smt. Mangala Joshi, the latter being an accomplished classical singer from the Gwalior Gharaana. With a conducive musical environment at home and constant encouragement from his parents Gautam, was inspired to embark upon this musical journey...


Ms. Anupa, is a versatile singer specially in Garba and Sugam Sangeet with a rich experience of 20 years and more. She has learned classical singing from renowned singers Smt. Piyuben Sarkhel and Shri Hemant Kothari. She is adapted to a variety of singing like Garba, Sugam Sangeet, Lagna Geet, Light Music, Bhajans and Film Songs. She has a proficiency in singing in Gujarati...


The classical music maestro from Vadodara is all set to lend his soulful touch to the VNF Navratri 2023. He has taken his classical music training from Shri Raju Gosai, Shri Deepak Kshirsagar, Shri Rajesh Kelkar and Shri Bharat Mahant. Shyam inherited music from his father, a well-known folk singer from Saurashtra. A gold medallist from Music College of Vadodara, Shyam truly adds a golden touch...


Got initial vocal training from mother, Smt. Bharatiben Modi, a renowned garba singer.

Got training of Indian Classical Vocals from Shri Hemant Kothari and Smt. Anjana Banerjee.

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The Cultural Capital of Gujarat

A city known for its passion for art and culture, Vadodara has been a city that has opened up commercial as well as artistic avenues with an equal fervour. It is through the vision of the royal family of Gaekwads that the city has always propagated academic activities, artistic abilities and business acumen since decades, to be reckoned as the cultural capital of Gujarat.

The city has an illustrious history of art and architecture, which is evident in the key landmarks of the city, be it the dome of Maharaja Sayajirao University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Performing Arts, Champaner and the popular Laxmi Vilas Palace. The city was hence conferred with the title of ‘Kala Nagari’, owing to its distinct architecture and awe-inspiring art.

Since decades, Vadodara has been host to varied artists from across the globe. Each performance and rendition has been appreciated with the zest of an ardent fan, following them up with encores. The paintings of Raja Ravi Varma at the Vadodara Museum are testimony to the fact that the city has always encouraged artists and showcased their talents worldwide.

The Faculty of Fine Arts, Music College and Performing Arts are one of the most popular educational destinations for budding artists across the world. The city has interesting motley of cultures, predominantly Gujaratis and Maharashtrians, which makes it unique and close to its roots. Vadodara’s Navratri is an event that defines the city, reflecting the proverbial proclamation of ‘See it to believe it’.

Be it traditional dance, handicrafts, paintings, dramatics, or music, art is deeply ingrained in Vadodara’s core ethos, which aptly makes it the cultural capital of Gujarat.

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