Meghnagar (Madhya Pradesh): Thousands of devotees thronged Shri Vaneshwar Maruti Nandan Kutri Hanuman Temple to celebrate Navratri festival in Futtalab village of Meghnagar tehsil.
During this, they not only celebrated the traditional Garba dance but also conveyed a powerful message of cleanliness and patriotism.
The Futtalab Garba Pandal witnessed an overwhelming turnout, with crowds overflowing beyond the capacity. Devotees also flocked to other sacred sites in Meghnagar.
On Maha Saptami, a special Aarti was performed at the pandal, attended by saints and local dignitaries. Members of the Jain community, including Veena Devi Jain, Seema Jain and Juhi Jain, participated in the puja rituals, honouring the Goddess Durga.
The Futtalab Garba had a unique theme, promoting cleanliness and social responsibility. Garba artists were dressed up in Safai Mitra uniforms and carried Swachh Bharat banners, spreading messages of cleanliness and social responsibility.
The organising committee, comprising Rajesh Jain, Jackie Jain and Sureshchandra Jain, received awards for their contributions.
The Vicky Group of Baroda delivered a live performance about Chandrayaan-3, while local Garba groups from Kalyanpura Thandla and Sajeli adorned in captivating costumes and they were rewarded with cash prizes.