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Robert Vadra Shares Video On Facebook, Writes 'Know Your Future From Sacred Cow'

In a Facebook post, Robert Vadra expresses his love for 'diversity and versatality of India'

Robert Vadra Shares Video On Facebook, Writes 'Know Your Future From Sacred Cow'
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Robert Vadra Shares Video On Facebook, Writes 'Know Your Future From Sacred Cow'
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2019-07-28T11:55:37+05:30

Expressing his love for the diversity and versatility of India, businessman Robert Vadra on Sunday shared pictures and a video chronicling his experience of an outing on the streets while talking about a 'cow which tells the future'.

"Love India for its diversity and versatility!!

"You can go out in the streets and learn soo much ... help people, and see the appreciation in their large genuine smiles and get roses in return..." wrote Vadra alongside three pictures of a group of smiling children, apparently selling roses.

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi's husband Vadra also narrated about meeting a cow, who apparently predicts the future through a nod of its head.

"You could also know your future by a sacred cow, who nods its head in agreement. Love being part of this amazing country", he wrote while sharing a picture and video of the cow.

In the short video, Vadra can be heard having a conversation with a priest who is seen tugging the cow along.

"Will she tell me everything?", Vadra is seen asking the priest.

The priest responds with: "Yes, she will tell everything and will bless you. This is the sacred month of Sawan"

He then urges the cow to go towards Vadra who is seated inside his car.

"Hello darling, hello baby," says Vadra, affectionately petting the cow.

Vadra is often very active on social media and keeps sharing posts, including his visits to different places and his opinions on various issues.

(ANI)

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