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This hot uptempo Indian music will get you moving. Use it to get your work out started or just to get your dance on! Pump up the Bhangra in the gym, in privacy of your home, at the club or anywhere with this 5 minutes of hot music. You can enjoy dancing and loosing weight all at the same time! Download Now On CD Baby http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/djkamalsupreme5 Bhangra is a traditional and lively form of folk dance which originated from Punjab. People in Punjab traditionally perform Bhangra while celebrating the harvest. During Bhangra, people sing Punjabi Boliyaan lyrics, at least one person plays the the dhol drum, and other people may play the flute, dholak drum, or other musical instruments. While Bhangra began as a part of harvest festival celebrations, it eventually became a part of such diverse occasions as weddings and New Year celebrations. Bhangra folk dance and music of the Punjab and the popular music genre which emerged from it in the mid-to-late 20th century. Today the newer bhangra blends various Western popular musics with the original Punjabi tradition. Bhangra enjoys an immense following in South Asia and within the South Asian diaspora. The celebration in India of Harvest and the Baisakhi Festival begins with the dance steps known as Bhangra. This tradition has been followed since 1947 - the year when India became Independent. Bhangra is one of the most significant traditions of the Punjabi culture because it symbolizes the imagination, talent, potential and charisma of Punjab's people. Illustrating the sowing of seeds, hoeing, cutting of wheat and the selling of crops in the beautiful choreography, this folk dance remains popular within the villages of the Gujranwalla, Gujrat, Shekhpura, Sialkot and Gurdaspur districts. Simple but vigorous, bhangra is a dance of enthusiasm and gaiety. Bhangra dance, typically performed in a team, involves co-ordination, timing and technique amongst the various team members. Traditionally Bhangra in India is accompanied by the pulsating rhythm of the Dhol, the Algozeh, the Chimpta, the Tumbi and traditional folk songs sung by men and women.

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