EX2-Guju - The whole dance was exciting, since it helped me...

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Arghaya Dalapati GT1000 10/27/2009 Garba at Georgia Tech Garba “is an Indian form of dance that originated in the Gujarat region.” On the past Friday, The Georgia Tech India Club decided to host this religious event in the Georgia Tech Ballroom, causing people of all different religious backgrounds and cultures to come enjoy this unique event. This event was portrayed everywhere for the past months, since after all India Club is the largest organization in Georgia Tech consisting of over 600 members.
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Unformatted text preview: The whole dance was exciting, since it helped me understand the Gujrati culture and religion. Not only did it help me learn the uniqueness of the Indian culture, it also taught me one of the many dances in theyre culture. I will definitely be going to this event again next year. After all it only happens once every year. One thing I learned was that while Georgia Tech presented the event as a 1 day event, in India it is presented as a 9 day event in which 3 gods are celebrated....
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