We all know Navratri, especially in Gujarat, is incomplete without doing the Garba. But since the festive season this year kickstarted on a very intimate note, people have been celebrating at home amid the pandemic. An undated video that has been shared extensively on social media proves that even the pandemic cannot dampen our spirits.
The video shows a granny and her grandson doing the traditional Gujarati dance.
But what amazed people is the enthusiasm of the granny who grooved to the beats of a traditional song while sitting on a chair. The granny probably cannot move much due to old-age, but that didn’t stop her from celebrating the festival her way. Take a look:
— Adarsh Hegde (@adarshahgd) October 23, 2020
It was indeed heartwarming to see the passion of the grandmother for Garba. People online were also touched by the boy’s love for the elderly woman.
This video made my day! The grandson is so sweet! pic.twitter.com/3O2k6Y8N47
— Shefali Vaidya. (@ShefVaidya) October 23, 2020
— Capt Ganesh Karnik (@GaneshKarnik) October 23, 2020
And daadi is so enthusiastic too!
Even at this age! 😎😎😎😎😎😎
— Leonardo Shri Caprio➐🚩🇮🇳 (@TitanikWalaHero) October 23, 2020
This will definitely help adding more life to her. Keep them always happy.
— Aravind Tadepally (@Jaihind347) October 23, 2020
How sweet 🤗
But the one who spread hate, strange to see them spreading love 😀.
— Rohit Kumar (@RohitKu54855065) October 23, 2020
This is culture. The bonds between grandparents and grandchildren when they live together under the same roof so beautiful
— Dharmic Nationalist 🕉️ #BleedBhagwa🚩🚩 (@HelloNNewman) October 23, 2020
How sweet.. ❤️ I too had good time with my grand parents.. Only Sweet memories left now.. Lost them all..
Orphanages and old age homes should work together, so that they get good company for each other..
— Shwetha Nayak (Justice for SSR 🦋) (@sweetsnayak) October 23, 2020
Having grandparent while growing up is a blessing
— Ray Ganguly (@i_am_ray_16) October 23, 2020
Life goal- want this level of happiness in life.
— Nitish Kumar (@Nitish_bharat) October 23, 2020
Brilliant. And the grandma still has the moves.
— K Dudakia 🕉 🙏 v(^_^)v (@kk_OEG) October 23, 2020
I have been to Gujrat at the time of 'Navratra' couple of times & have witnessed the passion for Garba.
— Mubina (@mubina45) October 23, 2020
The movements of the granny are so fluid and graceful! God bless her and her loved ones!
— Lakshmi Krishnakumar (@1953Lakshmi) October 23, 2020
That's the bond between grandparents and grandchildren.
— JAI (@JAI69214005) October 23, 2020
Salute to Granny that her "Josh" is as high as her grandson. missing my "Aaji"😔😔
— Rupesh Raut (@RupeshRaut2502) October 23, 2020
Made me cry!😍😍😍
— Sujata Ganguly 🇮🇳 (@Sujataganguly13) October 23, 2020
Lucky are those who still hv their grandparents around !! Adorable 🙂
— Bhavin mehta (@Bhavin25996297) October 23, 2020
We are such simple people with very basic needs.
— Vengabus (@Vengabus) October 23, 2020
Last year, this granny stole the show with her power-packed performance.
Received this one during last year's navratri and saved it forever. pic.twitter.com/uSQj5nRm4W
— Savan K Parmar (@savanparmar) October 23, 2020
Earlier, a 102-year-old grandmother was spotted skydiving from 14,000 feet. Soon after, an 89-year-old Kerala grandmom was seen learning to use a laptop to read the news. Aren’t grandmothers the cutest?