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Navratri Party

Navratri Party

It's dandiya time! Organize a great Navratri party for your kids and their pals!


2 cassettes should be more than enough for your party. Try and get your hands on a Falguni Pathak tape and an Aati Kya Dandiya Mein - Non Stop Disco Dandiya tape.


Send out lovely, ethnic invites. You could make them yourself. Cut out cards from an earthen coulour chart paper, and border it with thick 'mauli' (red thread). Take some yellow and orange paint and make bunches of three dots on the corner of the card. Make a beautiful Om sign on the top centre of the card, and, with a gold pen, write out the invitation.


Make sure you include the dress code in the invite. The children must be made to dress up in traditional wear. Salwar kameezes for the boys and ghagras for the girls.


The children could bring their own dandiya sticks along, or you could distribute sticks at the party. Take a 'mauli' and tie some tiny jingle bells to each dandiya stick.

Ghungroos and Scarves

Children love receiving presents at any party. So give all the girls ghungroos, and the boys, saffron cotton scarves, which they can tie around their waist or forehead. This can be included in your back present budget.


Although it is a dandiya party, remember, the children will just dance for a short period of time, after which they will want to run around and play, so keep some party games planned and ready.


Keep a couple of tablas on a mattress and let the children take turns playing them. If you have any other Indian musical instruments like a harmonium (not sitar, you don't want broken strings!), you could keep that out as well.

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Deepika.9 years ago
nice tips for dandiya party. hope to rock this year with my newly learnt dance moves and new dresses. I have 9 different types of ghagra cholis specially designed for me by my designer friend......really super excited.
Helena.9 years ago
Navratri is a very colouful festival. I like the vibrancy of this festival. The colouful and shiny dresses are mesmerizing. Dancing to music, people enjoy this festival. I am going to take part this year for the first time
Alkana.9 years ago
yeah its dandiya time....time to rock the dance floor, i am going to get 9 new dresses, a new one for each night.
Alkana.9 years ago
yeah its dandiya time....time to rock the dance floor, i am going to get 9 new dresses, a new one for each night.
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