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Well, this just makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside.

IF YOU DON’T know what a flashmob is, just search YouTube. They’ve been a phenomenon since 2003, where large crowds of people will suddenly break out in choreographed moves in a public space, surprising bystanders who have no idea what’s going on.

This group of 200 in Mumbai performed a dance routine in one of India’s busiest train stations, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. According to Wikipedia, this was a tribute to those who lost their lives in the terror attacks on November 26, 2008 in Mumbai.



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Carlo Alcos

Carlo is the Dean of Education at MatadorU and a Managing Editor at Matador. Like him on Facebook and follow him on Twitter. He lives in Nelson, British Columbia.

  • Sally A.

    Oh yeah, absolutely anything can be expected…it’s Mumbai! :-)

  • Fjrfrilj

    I’ve seen a couple of these in London, but the people are far more in their own world – 100′s of them – all with walkmans/ ipods listening to their own tunes rather than doing synchronised dancing.  The above looks  looks like they’re selling tickets for a well choreographed concert:)

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