Garba

Garba can mean;

  • Garba (dance), a form of dance originating in Gujarat, India. The term "garba" (Sanskrit: garbha) holds the semantic field 'womb' and is part of the Sanskrit compounds: Hiranyagarbha, Tathagatagarbha, Garbhagriha (Sanctum sanctorum) and Garbhadhatu.

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