Bhangra dancer looks to bring message of hope to B.C. during COVID-19

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Gurdeep Pandher, who lives near Whitehorse, has been dancing and travelling his way across Vancouver Island over the past week trying to spread a message of positivity

Gurdeep Pandher has danced bhangra with firefighters, in front of a lighthouse and has even done so while wearing a wetsuit and holding a surfboard during a visit to Vancouver Island.

Bhangra is a lively form of dance to music, originating from the Punjab region in India and characterized by leaps, kicks and arm movement. “Many professionals, doctors, high commissioners, politicians, they were taking these classes. I was quite touched,” he said.


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