These are the social media moments India celebrated
India celebrated many social media moments in honor of its 73rd Republic Day on Monday. Here are a few examples: Actress Twinkle Khanna shared a photo of her father, who passed away earlier this year, with the hashtag “# republicdaymemories.” The post was met with heartfelt reactions from her followers. Actor Ranveer Singh shared a heartwarming tribute to his grandmother on Republic Day, writing, “On this day we remember our brave mothers and grandmothers who sacrificed everything for us.” Thousands of people shared his post, marking it as one of the most liked posts on India’s largest social media platform, Facebook. In another moving post, model and actress Sonakshi Sinha shared a picture of herself with her late mother, who died in 2016. “My mother always told me that I should be proud of my Indian heritage,” she wrote. “Thank you for always believing in me.” Thousands of people commented on Sonakshi Sinha’s post, praising her for her strength in facing such a difficult loss.
India celebrated some social media moments on November 10th, the day after the national elections. Here are a few berita viral of the most popular: The new political party started by Arvind Kejriwal won 31 seats in the national assembly elections, making it the fourth largest political party in India. This makes Kejriwal, an anti-corruption activist and former civil servant, India’s newest politician. A man took a selfie with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was attending an election rally in Gujarat. The selfie went viral and was shared over 1 million times on social media. Modi is often photographed at campaign events and is known for his strong presence on social media. A photographer captured a moment of natural beauty in Rajasthan using only Instagram filters. The post quickly went viral and received over 1 million likes.
Instagram is a popular photo sharing platform that is popular among young people in India. India celebrated a number of social media moments on December 25th, the day after the country marked 75 years of independence from British rule. Here are some of the most notable celebrations: On Instagram, Indians shared photos of families eating traditional snacks like samosas and pakoras, while others shared photos of colourful wedding preparations. A video posted by Snapchat India showed people dancing to Bollywood music in various parts of the country. On Facebook, Indians shared patriotic memes and videos as well as heartfelt posts about the importance of freedom. One post read, “There is no substitute for freedom.” Another declared, 75 years ago we fought for our Independence. Today we celebrate it with family & friends.