This Canadian Armed Forces Bhangra Video Displaying Multiculturalism Is Going Viral For All The Right Reasons
This is everything we need right now.
Get ready for your daily dose of wholesome. An adorable video just came out that features the Canadian Armed Forces doing a Punjabi Bhangra dance. The video has since been shared immensely online. It is getting a lot of support from the public and it’s easy to see why.
On June 22, 2019, the Canadian Armed Forces took part in possibly the most adorable video ever. According to the Facebook post, the Canadian Armed Forces teamed up with Yukon-based bhangra instructor Gurdeep Pandher to make this vision come to life.
The video has gone viral since being posted online. People are loving the diversity of the armed forces and the overall multiculturalism the video inspires. If this isn’t Canadian then I don’t know what is.
In the video, you can see Pandher teaching a wide range of armed forces how to do simple bhangra moves. As a team, everyone moves together as upbeat music plays in the background.
Surprisingly enough, the Canadian Armed Forces have it going on! While there is some stumbling and confusion at times, everyone is very confident with their moves!
According to the end of the clip, the video was filmed to celebrate the diversity and inclusion of the Canadian Armed Forces – and that’s exactly what it did. Not only did they include wicked dance moves and music from one culture, but they also showcased a wide variety of armed forces members.
“Soldiers from different backgrounds make "One Force" with "One Love" for Canada and Canadians,” wrote the post.
Over 8,000 people have reacted to the video with smiles and hearts – so clearly, people love it! A general consensus among video-watchers is that the diversity, fun atmosphere, and inclusion makes them proud to be a Canadian. The video has also been shared over 1,300 times.
Some people are even commenting about how good of a workout this type of dance is! By the looks of it, they’re right. Move over spin, there's a new type of cardio in town!
Pandher was a great instructor! According to his website, he was born in a village called Sahara in Punjab. He now resides in Whitehorse where he spends his time writing and making epic videos.
This is exactly the type of wholesome content we needed today.
Narcity has reached out to Gurdeep Pandher for comment and we will update this story when we receive a response.