UW Student Discovers His Love Of Dance, Culture Through Bhangra Dance


By Joel Waldinger | July 15, 2014

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Harmanjot Singh and his fellow 12 member competitive dance troupe members are introducing Wisconsin to the traditional North Indian dance form of Bhangra. The group performs at events held on the UW-Madison campus and holds workshops for those interested in learning this style of dance. Watch their entire perfomance at the Kohl Center.

Joel Waldinger

Joel Waldinger is a reporter for the “Wisconsin Life” project and considers a sunset over the “big island” on Manson Lake to be a perfect ending to a day of fishing and fun in the Northwoods. 
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