Indak Pandurucan

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Indak Pandurucan is the annual street dancing competition during the fiesta in honor of St. Joseph the Worker, patron saint of the town of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro. Indak means “to dance” and Pandurucan is the old name of the town. The theme was centered on the story of the Mangyan tribe, the indigenous group of Mindoro and the Tamaraw, a buffalo which is endemic to the island.


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    1. Hi Eunice. I’m not sure when exactly but they’ve been having it for a couple of years now during the town fiesta. It’s my first time to watch though.


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