With the spirit of the Navratri festival bringing forth a wave of jubilation and colorful festivities, one particular performer is making waves online with an unconventional twist to the traditional celebrations. An Instagram user Hydroman, identified as Jaydeep Gohil from India, has gone viral for doing Garba underwater. Yes, you read that right!
In a captivating departure from the customary Garba and Dandiya dances performed on dry land, Gohil’s unique artistry has taken the age-old tradition to an unprecedented realm – beneath the water’s surface. A mesmerising video shared by the artist on his Instagram showcases the seamless fusion of the lively Garba dance with the ethereal fluidity of an underwater performance.
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Jaydeep Gohil proudly bears the title of ‘India’s first underwater dancer’ in his bio. The video has close to 10 million views and tons of reactions. People were amazed by Gohil’s talent and commented on how tough it must have been to pull off the task.