Onroad Driving School becomes Silver Sponsor in Falguni Pathak’s Garba Event in Sydney

Written by Ronak Shah

Raas Garba is an Indian Dance which has originated in state of Gujarat, India. It is also known as “Navratri” where people dance for nine nights on folk music which is known as “Garba”. Falguni Pathak is known as “Garba Queen” and has been singing since 1998.

Falguni Pathak’s raas garba event was held on Saturday, 28th September, 2013 at Whitlam Leisure Center, Liverpool NSW. The whirling dancers, clapping hands, distinct sound of wooden sticks struck together, toe tapping music and people wearing colorful clothes marked the Navratri celebration at the Garba & Dandiya Raas.

Onroad Driving School was One of the Silver sponsor in this event. Onroad Driving School has been sponsoring Garba events year after year in Sydney. At the end of the event, winners of the garba competition and best dressed male and female were declared. Sponsors and musicians were also honored with presentation of Plaques.

Onroad Driving School is Sydney based driving school provides driving lessons across Sydney and its suburbs. Onroad Driving School Started its operation 5 years before in 2008 by Sapna Shah and Ronak Shah. Now Onroad is Sydney’s No.1 driving school.

Onroad instructors also provides driving lessons throughout Sydney, including Western Sydney, Inner West, Parramatta Region, Eastern Sydney, Sutherland Shire, Northwest, Hills Suburbs etc and are rapidly expanding its operations across other locations around Sydney.

Free Tickets to 10 lucky customers were given who participate in Facebook Like Competition for this event on Onroad Driving School Facebook page.

“My and my family loves Garba. It is a very special event for Gujarati community and we love to associate with events supporting Gujarati and Asian community in Sydney. It make us feel that we don't have to forget our motherlands and our festivals. As we settle in new countries, our kids participate in such events and come to know about our tradition, culture and such events bring entire community together.” - Said Ronak Shah, CEO, Onroad Driving School.

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