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Created by dipity on Mar 13, 2010
Last updated: 03/13/10 at 10:02 PM
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Charfar in Lautoka 8
Fiji Lok Geet Fiji-Indian Style
Qawali Hangama Saaka Qawal
go on my channel to see list's of idea's and gift's for this Christmas for webkinz!
chulu chulu chulu payapa DISCO LADY DISCO LADY... I luuuuv this song ^^
War Dance By Tribals
A fusion of Fiji and Indian Music, Directed by Shreerang Aras
Jamming with the kids
para mis chulus con (L.. mu :)
On the Habitat for Humanity Fiji '08 trip, our team visited a school. The children sang the national anthem for us, it was absolutely beautiful.
A giant Anaconda said to be discovered in Fiji. Rumor has that it was left there after the shooting of the Anaconda Movie as a baby.
Fiji Boyz dancing in Toronto, Canada.... Desi style.
Zafar Shah by indisoul.com 1st music video. More to come
Tieri Dance Group, Suva, FIJI. This group performed in the Hibiscus Festival, 2008.
Ziggy leads dance while entertaining tourists.Interesting culture, very hospitable, awesome show
lol...People dancing and a song
This is a dance performance by a very well known and admired dancer from Fiji Islands who is performing on a Bollywood track. The dancer is known as 'Charfar' (pronounced Charrfarr with emphasis on 'r') which means active/fast. This name has been given by public who admire the dancing prowess. I have never met nor seen this person in real life but was speechless when viewing the video. Fiji is a country which has only around 340000 people of Indian origin who live in co-existence with the natives. It is amazing to see such dance with so much energy considering that Fiji has NO such dance schools or professional dancers who could teach modern dance. This dancer seems to be dancing due to interest and not for large rewards which is very common in Fiji. I can only imagine if such dancers were around professionals in Bollywood which would have surely put a third world country like Fiji on notice. Charfar has indeed left many of us wondering on our own dancing grace.