In a video which has surfaced on social media, a cherubic tiny tot is seen dancing to the popular song 'Kong Seng' more than a month after the end of the 'Rongali fest', Bihu, that ushers in the Assamese new year.
The video has been uploaded by 'NE 24 x 7 Assam', where it has racked up an impressive 95,000 views and has been shared on Facebook 2,695 times at the time of filing this report. Moreover, it is being widely circulated on social media platforms as well as the chatting app WhatsApp.
In the viral video, the unidentified child, who looks to be 3-5 years old, starts performing the Bihu dance as soon as the 'Kong Seng' Bihu song starts playing. In an astonishing performance, the tot performs every single move with precision and confidence. It is rather baffling to see such a small child dance with such confidence, precision, emotion, and chutzpah!
Internet denizens have immediately warmed to this cutie pie with dozens of fans appreciating his extraordinary dance moves. A viewing of this incredible dance performance is bound to leave many jaws lying on the floor.
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Bihu might have come and gone, but the fever that is associated with the most colorful of festival hardly seems to have died down. The evergreen tunes of Bihu and the dance steps associated with it continue to haunt the Assamese population like memories of a loved one after a particularly difficult break-up.
It may be mentioned Bihu dance is an indigenous folk dance from the Indian state of Assam related to the Bihu festival and an important part of Assamese culture. Performed in a group, the Bihu dancers are usually young men and women, and the dancing style is characterized by brisk steps, and rapid hand movements.
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