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As Indians, we are used to make all our celebrations grand – living life king-size! No celebration is complete without the beats of Dhol. Whether it’s the wedding season, Durga festival or Ganesh festival people love to groove on the beats of Dhol.
Especially Ganeshotsav is incomplete sans the Dhol tasha beats that welcome our beloved bappa. Our city has witnessed many great groups of young boys and girls forming a Dhol Tasha group to mark the celebration. We select the best and grooviest groups that will always and without exception get you dancing to their tunes!
This group, including 200 members, girls and boys is all set to groove at this year’s Ganesh festival in the city. President: Pratik Tete started this group on 1 December 2015. This popular Dhol and Tasha group set the rhythm of parades taken out during annual Ganesh festival.
A real festival mood-setter for everyone who hears these sounds irrespective of ethnicity and regional divergence. They are committed to promoting Indian Tradition. They money which they get is donated to their trust naming Shivgarjana Trust.
Music plays a central role in people’s spirits and I believe that traditional music should be given more importance than any other music. It should be performed and made available to the public, particularly the younger generation.
Dhol Tasha Pathak
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