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Anand Mahindra Delights Followers With Adorable Video Of Twin Sisters Celebrating Snowfall In Kashmir

The internet community responded with love and heart emojis, expressing their affection for the charming video.

Renowned industrialist Anand Mahindra continues to captivate his extensive social media following, numbering 11 million on Twitter, with his engaging posts. The Chairman of the Mahindra Group recently shared a heartwarming video featuring twin sisters joyfully reporting on the snowfall in Kashmir, adding another delightful touch to his online presence.

In the video, the adorable twin sisters playfully interact with the snow, expressing their excitement about the much-anticipated snowfall in Kashmir. They eloquently describe their pristine, white surroundings as “jannat” (heaven) and enthusiastically share their enjoyment with viewers. “Toh hum yaha par bahot zyada enjoy kar rahe hai, masti kar rahe hain” (So, we are enjoying a lot here, having fun), declare the two sisters, showcasing the snowy landscape and outlining their plans to make the most of the snowy experience.

Mr. Mahindra, known for his witty captions, wrote, ”Sleds on Snow Or Shayari on Snow. My vote goes to the second,” accompanying the video. The internet community responded with love and heart emojis, expressing their affection for the charming video. Users praised the video as “super cute” and admired the innocent expressions of the delightful sisters.

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Users on social media shared their sentiments, with one user highlighting the cuteness of both sisters’ facial expressions, while another exclaimed, ”Oh My God! What a cute video. Enjoyed watching it. Worth sharing.” Others expressed that the video was “cuteness overloaded” and likened the scene to a “symphony of snowflakes” with the two little angels reveling in the cold and crisp weather.

Some users poetically remarked that it seemed as if the cloud had descended to the earth with its two fairies, emphasizing the ephemeral joy of childhood. The collective sentiment echoed the appreciation for capturing and cherishing such precious moments of innocence and delight.