Indian Army soldiers celebrate Dussehra, play Garba in sub-zero degree temperature; video goes viral
A short video showing Indian Army soldiers playing Garba in the spine chilling temperature has gone viral now on the social media platform.
In the viral video, soldiers can be seen in festival fever and playing Garba in the zero degrees temperature. The video was shared by Dr Jitendra Singh, Minister of State for the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region and Minister of State for Prime Minister's Office.
He captioned, âProud Soldiers of #IndianArmy celebrate and perform Garba in chilling Sub-Zero degree temperature. That is the spirit that makes India invincible ... Kuchh Baat Hai Ki Hasti Mit-ti Nahin Hamari !â
In the 30-second clip, Army personnel were wearing jackets and woolens and were playing the Garba dance on the land covered with snow. They were shaking their legs on the Garba song, which played in the backdrop.
The video takes no time to get viral on the micro-blogging site and it has been widely circulated on social media.
The Internet is filled with joy after seeing the celebrations of soldiers and the video has been viewed over 20,000 times and collected over 6K likes.
Here are some reactions shared by Twitterati:
Garba is the folk dance originating from the Indian state of Gujarat and popularly performed in the festival of Navaratri.
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