Indian Army Jawans Play Garba In Sub Zero Temperature & We Are Loving The Josh

Indian Army Jawans Play Garba In Sub Zero Temperature & We Are Loving The Josh

By kashish on 09 Oct 2019
Digital Editor

Indian is known to be the country of festivals. From north to south and east to west people get into the festive spirit and have gala time together taking part in festivities.  The energy and josh is not only in people across the nation but also across the borders. Recently a video went viral that showcased our Indian army Jawaans taking a break from their regular disciplined routine and doing garba to celebrate Navratri.

In the video the soldiers can be seen doing garba and in sub zero temperature. They are all wearing jackets and gloves to protect themselves from the freezing winds and playing garba while garba song is being played in the background. The video was share by Dr.Jitendra on twitter and since then the video is being crazily circulated all across the microblogging site.




The video has already been shared more than 20,000 times and has managed to garner over 6000 likes. The twitteratis are sharing their joy and leaving multiple appreciation comments on the post. "This shows their contentment in serving our mother land...salute to our brave soldiers." said one of the twitter user while someone also said "What a fantastic Garba played by our Indian Army."

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On the other hand recently business tycoon Anand Mahindra, chairman of Mahindra group hosted a dandiya competition called "Dandiya Dad" to celebrate the occasion of Navratri. He requested all the people to tag him in their dandiya videos and the best one would have been rewarded. While he got multiple videos but the one that stole even his heart was the one where we can see a few Indian army japans playing dandiya together and celebrating Navratri.


Anand further shared the video on his twitter account appreciating the true spirit of Indian soldiers with caption, "Haven't got any outstanding entries yet to my 'Dandiya Dad' competition but getting a tsunami of related videos. Here's one that gets my salute...No need to ask how the Josh is! Where is this from, Deepti?"


We all know the josh is always high with our Indian soldiers and we cannot be anymore proud and thankful to them for their service and help.



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