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    Mumbai rains: Anand Mahindra shares video of palm tree swinging in the wind, calls it ‘Tandava’ & ‘a dance of joy’

    Synopsis

    Twitterati. of course, was quick to respond with witty remarks and retorts.

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    On Tuesday, the top boss took to Twitter to share a viral video of a Palm tree swinging dramatically in the wind.
    Indian billionaire businessman and chairman of Mahindra group, Anand Mahindra, is known for keeping his 8-million odd Twitter followers hooked to fun videos and posts on his timeline. His tweets, quite often sourced from the ‘WhatsApp wonderbox’, as he calls it, are tracked religiously by his followers.

    On Tuesday, the top boss took to Twitter to share a viral video of a palm tree swinging dramatically in the wind. Mahindra said that of all the videos of the Mumbai rains that he had seen in the last few days, this one was the ‘most dramatic’.

    Calling the vehemently swinging palm tree ‘nature’s dance of anger’, the 65-year-old wrote that we have to figure out if the tree’s movement was ‘Tandava’ or ‘dance of joy’.

    One of Mahindra’s Twitter followers, replied to the original tweet and wrote that he can imagine himself on the top of the tree, swinging with the wind.

    Mahindra was quick to respond, and said, ‘Life will always be an enjoyable ride for people like you.’
    His online followers were quick to respond with witty remarks and retorts. One wrote, ‘this is what 2020 feels anyway’.
    ‘It is just like ... Enjoying the natures extreme energy,’ wrote this netizen.

    Some netizens were worried about the cars parked under the tree.
    This Twitter user prayed to God to give strength and courage to Mumbaikars to face hardships.

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    Satinder Chadha52 days ago
    Not very important.
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