Hold my cubata, here come the Indian army specialists doing stunts

On January 26, India dresses up to celebrate Republic Day. During this festival, the specialists of the Indian army show all their balance and composure at the controls of a motorcycle doing stunts.

Well, cold blooded, hot blooded, they work with the computer, look for mines, monitor, threaten with a shotgun and even suspect. If there is one thing that is clear, it is that the acrobatics of these women well deserve these surprising lines and our most heartfelt tribute.

The stunt taken to another level

On this special day and in the heart of the capital, Delhi, on Kartavya Path, a giant straight avenue that crosses the city. There, right there, the army and security forces do their parade, performance, or in this case, stunt show on the back of a vintage motorcycle, as it could not be otherwise.

By the way, as you can see in the video, the issue of pollution has completely gotten out of hand.

Parade on Kartavya Path, Delhi

In fact, through the fog the protagonists emerge on the monstrous stretch of Rajpath, the ceremonial boulevard of New Delhi, India, which runs from Rashtrapati Bhavan on Raisina Hill to the National Stadium, passing through Vijay Chowk and the India Gate. The avenue is flanked on both sides by grass, canals and rows of trees.

Well yes, in this incomparable setting, although with little visibility, among the most outstanding performances, without a doubt, one of the most outstanding moments is the stunt show of the elite female army corps. Don’t be fooled by appearances, since these brave women have more balls, sorry, skill than you.

Parade on Kartavya Path, Delhi

With precision and grace, the military defies the limits of physics, leaving all spectators in awe.

Their impressive acrobatics and displays of skill in the parade not only pay tribute to the greatness of their country as a nation, which is not a small one, but also underline the spirit of determination and bravery that symbolizes this special day. Without a doubt, it is an event that inspires admiration and deep pride in India’s heritage and diversity.

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Parade on Kartavya Path, Delhi

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