The sights, sounds, and flavours of Bollywood came to Ningana Enterprises when Griffith's Indian community came to brighten up the day for the disability supported clients.
Women and girls came in their brightest, most colourful sarees and put on a song and dance for the clients, some of whom joined in exuberantly the dance floor.
It was organised by disability support worker Ruby Kaur, who asked her friends to come and spice up her clients' normal routine.
"The clients love the visit, the dancing, the food," Mrs Kaur said.
"We just want to include all the communities."
The day was a celebration of the Navratri, a lively Hindu festival featuring singing, dancing, and plenty of feasting.
The festival celebrates the Hindu goddess Durga, and during the month of October women switch over to a vegetarian diet and scour their wardrobes for their most fashionable sarees.
The festival is celebrated in some form or another all across India, and the tradition still burns brightly right here in Griffith.
The traditional dances have been passed down to the Indian children of Griffith, who got to try out some of their newfound dancemoves in front of the Ningana audience.
The day wrapped up with a lunch featuring a selection of the most mouthwatering vegetarian delicacies traditionally enjoyed by women during Navratri.
Mrs Kaur said sharing a meal with friends, family, and community was one of the best parts of Navratri. "My friends love to feed the clients," Mrs Kaur said.
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