Army jawans sing folk songs to celebrate Lohri in LoC. Old video goes viral
The video shows a group of jawans celebrating the auspicious festival of Lohri in LoC.
Old video of Indian Army jawans celebrating Lohri is fast going viral.
An old video of a group of Indian Army jawans celebrating Lohri is quickly going viral on social media platforms. The clip is an amazing reminder of the undying spirit of the Indian Army and their incredible vigor which helps them survive in the toughest weather conditions in the country.
The video shows a group of jawans celebrating the auspicious festival of Lohri. Throughout the clip, the jawans continue to sing folk songs associated with the harvest festival while standing at the Line of Control (LoC). The men can be seen singing and dancing amid heavy snowfall.
The video also made its way to Twitter after being shared by Major DP Singh and received lots of love and regards from netizens. While some wrote messages of gratitude to the jawans, others thanked them for their service to the country.
We are proud of you and every Indian soldier and pray to Waheguru for your happiness and safety as well as the well being of your families. I wish you all a happy Lohri and a very good Maghi.
– PRADEEP SHOREE (@pradeepshoree58) January 14, 2022
It’s awesome, beautiful, wonderful, amazing
Waheguru Meher y’all ‘Veers’… More energy, strength, happiness… And a biggggg thank you!!!
— Manmeet (@manmeet_n) January 14, 2022
The energy in my body multiplied at least by 10 seeing the pride of the country
— sudhank mishra (@MishraSudhank) January 14, 2022
Courage aur aseem desh bhakti ke saath What a beautiful voice!! Salute our brave hearts!
— Loma Raktek (@4M0L_k37K4R) January 14, 2022
You can’t walk past this without a smile. These men, my men https://t.co/lJ5JTR9WGs
— Akash Bhardwaj (@AkashBh4065) January 14, 2022
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