Garba dance is famous in all parts of India is originally a popular folk Dance of Gujarat. This dance form has connection with Shakti-Puja i.e. worship of goddess having powers over all. The word Garbo or Garaba has originated from Sanskrit word "Garbhdeep"- an earthen pot with circular holes is popularly known as Garbo. The earthen pot is symbol of human body and the lighten lamp inside signifies the divine soul.
Garba, Garbi and Raas is the most popular Dance celebrations during Navratri in Gujarat.There are different styles of executing Garba steps like Dodhiyu, simple five, simple seven, popatiyu, Trikoniya Lehree, three claps, butterfly, hudo, two claps and many more.