Delhi's fitness lovers gathered at Connaught Place on Sunday morning
to celebrate Raahgiri Day , supported by The Times of India. The morning started with zumba, aerobics and bhangra. Yog Youngistan made the crowd groove to Bollywood numbers. The next performance was by Zakir Hussain College's arts and cultural society who sang, danced and beat-boxed. A few dancers from the crowd also joined the beat-boxer Pratik on stage. Following this, a laughter yoga session was conducted by Pankaj Kohli from the Malviya Nagar Laughter Club.Other than these performances, the Raahgirs had fun with Bhangra Destiny .
Another dance group, Fitco, performed hip-hop, followed by a music session by Visshudh. “It was great fun. Indian dancing is far more fun and interesting than western dancing,“ said Geourgea, a tourist from Italy, who danced on stage with Emcee Yash Khatri. Also, a street play group from Aurobindo college presented a skit showing the current state of crime against women in India. NDMC Deputy Director Shabnam Kundra said, “It feels great to be a part of Raahgiri every week. I am thankful that they give me two minutes from their fun schedule to listen to what I say .“