Fitness enthusiasts flock Raahein event
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The carnival should continue.” The infectious enthusiasm of 63-year-old Nayan Gandhi from Kalyaninagar motivated the younger participants. Gandhi took to the stage for the zumba dance for about an hour. “The atmosphere here is so good that one cannot help but participate in the carnival. It brings one out of the daily http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm routine. This event should be held across the city and there should be one at the historic Shaniwarwada as well, so that the message of fitness spreads among Puneites all across.” Amarjeet Singh, vice-chairman of the Kalyaninagar Residents Association, and his wife, Daljeet, were also part of the carnival.
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