Six thousand women, girls make world record with traditional dance in northern India’s ‘Pink city’
An amusing visual has emerged of 6000 women dancing together in the ‘Pink city’ of northern India’s Rajasthan.
The incident took place in Vatsala Garden located in the Journalist Colony of Mansarovar of Jaipur city on May 28.
Visuals showed a large group of women dressed in ‘Ghagra’ (traditional clothes) dancing to the beat together. There was a small group dancing on the stage and then there was a huge crowd standing off the stage following them. People were seen enjoying the ambiance.
According to reports, 6000 women and girls have created a world record by performing ‘Ghoomar’ dance (Indian traditional dance from Rajasthan) together. This splendid achievement of women has been recorded in the World Book of Records in the name of Gulabi Nagar.
This collective ‘Ghoomar’ dance was organized by Sadbhavna Parivar. Bollywood actress Nushrratt Bharuccha also attended the event. During this, Bharuccha also gave her performance, while the stage was conducted by Junior Akshay Kumar Vikalp Mehta.
In the program, the target was of 5100 women to perform the ‘Ghoomar’ dance together, but 6000 women participated instead and created a new world record. Women from Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Dausa, Uttarakhand, Agra, Pune, and Gujarat took part in creating the world record for collective ‘Ghoomar’ dance.
The operator of the program, Manoj Pandey, said that the previous world record for the group ‘Ghoomar’ dance was 3003 women. Now breaking its own record, Sadbhavna Parivar has now set a world record of 6000 women performing the group ‘Ghoomar’ dance.
The record has been confirmed by the World Book of Records, London.
Speaking to Newslions, Manoj Pandey, President of Sadbhavna Parivar said that they regularly organize programs like these to keep their culture alive and for people to know more about Rajasthan’s culture. This program was informed to people through social media and word of mouth.
(Writing by Komal Kashyap/Newslions)