The time of festivals is anyways special in India, but the Chairman of Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra made it even more special. The business tycoon hosted the best 'Dandiya Dad' competition as he wanted to brush up his own Dandiya skills.
He asked his followers to post videos on Twitter and tag him, and the best entry would be awarded. A lot of people tagged Anand Mahindra and believe us, some were quite hilarious.
But as a part of the competition, he received another video that he shared on his account and it makes us ask, 'how's the josh'. The video that we are talking about was shared with the 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?
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? https://t.co/qwFu76ZyIX— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) October 6, 2019
The clip that we are talking about shows a group of Indian army men playing Garba while standing in two lines. The coordination between these men is just mind-blowing. It is evident from their faces that they are having a lot of fun.
They transition into a circle and nail some of the most difficult Garba steps. Though we don't know where the video is from, it is surely one of the best things on the internet today.
In the comments section of the thread, Twitterati is showing their love for the jawans and some are even sharing more such heartwarming videos. Have a look.
I wish I knew. Its from #whatsappwonderbox. I am so happy to see your response ?. I’m pretty sure our tweeples will find it for you!!— Deepti C (@DeeptiCharolkar) October 6, 2019
If you ask Gujarati what Garba means to them , probably this would be best Ans? pic.twitter.com/LXTtBSBQfP— Pushparaj Rathod (@PushparajRatho3) October 6, 2019
This video is old but it never gets old. Love to see our jawans having a good time with traditional garba and well choreographed.— DP (@dpgreets) October 6, 2019
Awesome video. Wonderful choreography.— vibgyorss (@vibgyor_Premila) October 6, 2019
This is truly how Faujis do their garba ... like a happy parade. ?— Mangybay (@mangybay) October 6, 2019