As various parts of the country celebrate Navratri, a group of visually-impaired girls from Ahmedabad's Andh Kanya Prakash Gruh institute performed the dance form reflecting the spirit of Modi's song.
"Touched to see this. The spirit of this Garba has been brought to life by these daughters! Hope everyone's having a blessed Navratri," he tweeted along with a link of the video.
The dance, which reflects power of women and presented around an image of Goddess Shakti -- is commonly performed during Navratri celebrations and on other special occasions.
Though Garba originated in Gujarat, it has become popular in various parts of the country as well as in countries having sizeable number of Indian diaspora.
He wrote -- "Garba is Gujarat's pride and identity... Garba brings happiness to people across the society -- rich and poor, and it is a symbol of welfare.
"Garba is like a flute, Garba is like feather of peacock... Garba is of Gujarat.
Garba is truth... Garba is mother's beautiful 'kumkum' (vermilion)... Garba is power, Garba is devotion," Modi, who hails from Gujarat, wrote.
It offers lodging and boarding and in-house facilities in Braille education up to Class 7. It also offers further studies up to board level and for Bachelor and Masters degrees, girls attend local schools and colleges meant for sighted students.
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