Groups of people from across the world are taking to the internet to share and express their Christmas spirit in an unusual way — by doing Bhangra. In what feels like every other day this month, many such videos of celebratory Bhangra performances are coming up. The latest is from the popular dance group called The Maritime Bhangra, based in Canada. Proving that that it is always a good time to dance, the group members posted a hilarious video of the shoveling snow and doing the Bhangra, simultaneously.
Embodying the spirit of the season, the group has also provided a link to ASL foundation, asking their audience to donate to a worthy cause.
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The original video has already been viewed over a million times on Facebook and has found several fans:
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Another bunch of men was caught on video dressed up as Santas and elves in London, and doing Bhangra to traditional Christmas carols.
my mom just sent me this video of santa and his elves doing bhangra in southall, england pic.twitter.com/7opqUrFtsC
— major (@meharxsingh) December 6, 2016
A group of students from the Northern Lights College, Canada have also released a video of them dancing in the snow and yes, doing Bhangra.
Fort St John!!!! We did it 🙂 Bhangra in the snow pic.twitter.com/ShGCcW0h46
— Northern L. College (@NLCinthenews) December 9, 2016