About Chapter

Nicknamed "Mini-Mumbai" due to its diverse ethnic composition, Indore is a melting pot of various communities, including Marathi, Gujarati, Marwari, Muslim, and Sindhi groups.

With roughly 500,000 families of Gujarati origin, Gujarati influence can be seen in the textile, food, and diamond industries in Indore. Festivals like Navaratri, Diwali, and Makar Sankranti are celebrated with great enthusiasm in Indore.

Gujarati book readings, poetry sessions, and literary fests also take place throughout Indore. Gujarati writers and poets from Indore and other parts of India are often invited to these events, providing the local Gujarati community with a touch of their home culture.

Chapter Ambassador

Nirzari Vasavada


Email : nirzari.vasavada.nartan@gmail.com

Birth Date : 1/12/1972

She is a Bharatnatyam exponent from Indore who has been trained under the guidance of Guru Smt. Ketaben Thakkar, Ahmedabad.

Many students across different cities were privileged to be trained by her. She has also worked with Shri Satya Sai Vidya Vihar as their classical dance teacher where students excelled in various events under her tutelage.

Currently she is class A classical dance judge at Bhopal Doordarshan. Also she undertakes private Bharatnatyam lessons with certified Gandharva Mahavidyalaya course. She is also very fond of choreography and helps those interested in Sangeet Sandhya, Garbas and various competitions.