Aim to save our tradition and instruments which some how lost in the DJ culture
In order to follow the old traditions and save our ancient culture, Vadodara police on Sunday gifted Dhol, Tasha and Lezim to the organisers of Juni Gadi Ganesh. The aim is save our tradition and instruments which some how lost in the DJ culture.
Under the aegis of ‘Suraksha Setu Society’ the Vadodara police commissioner Anupam Sinh Gahlaut offer the traditional instruments to the organisers and request them to take out the procession with the beats of dhol, tasha and lezim. On the 7th day Juni Gani Ganpati will be immersed and the day also marks the start of immersion process continues till the Anant Chaturdashi.
“It’s our effort to save our culture where we use such traditional instruments for the Ganesh procession. On 7th day we gifted the dhol, tasha and lezim to the organisers of Juni Gadi Ganpati and request them to take out the procession on their beats. We also will distribute the instruments to other mandal and Tazia groups with a aim to save the tradition for our future generations,” said Gahlaut.
Vadodara MP Ranjan Bhatt, Mayor Dr. Jigisha Sheth and other dignitaries remain present at the programme. MP and Mayor even hold on to the instruments and beat them with the chants of Ganpati Bappa Morya.