- ABC described namaste as “A prayer-like gesture”
- “It’s a namaste,” she tweeted
- “Do some homework,” she added in her tweet
Raveena Tandon takes her namastes very significantly. The 45-year-old actress lately noticed a tweet by US media community ABC, wherein they described Britain’s Prince Charles’ namaste as a “prayer-like gesture.” Sharing ABC’s tweet, Raveena Tandon determined to inform them that the “prayer-like gesture” is definitely a namaste – the normal Indian gesture of greeting with folded palms. “It’s a ‘Namaste‘. Do some homework,” Raveena wrote in her tweet. As Raveena introduced the ABC tweet to Twitter’s discover, an increasing number of netizens tagged ABC asking them to rephrase their tweet. Here’s how Raveena Tandon schooled ABC over lacking Prince Charles namaste as a namaste:
— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) March 12, 2020
As a safety measure amidst the Coronavirus outbreak, Prince Charles was greeting individuals outdoors the London Palladium forward of the Prince’s Trust Awards. Indian Forest Services officer Parveen Kaswan shared it on Twitter with these phrases: “See we Indians advised to do that to world many, a few years in the past.”
— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) March 12, 2020
Hours after Raveena Tandon’s tweet, Priyanka Chopra, who starred in ABC TV present Quantico, posted a montage of her years of doing namaste on worldwide pink carpets:
However, it is stunning that the American media community did not determine Prince Charles gesture as US President Donald Trump and Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar have been seen greeting one another with a namaste on the White House lately.
Earlier, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu additionally requested residents to shift to the namaste approach of greeting. French President Emmanuel Macron greeted Spain royals earlier this week with folded palms as a substitute of the customary French custom of a peck on the cheek.
Président Macron has determined to greet all his counterparts with a namaste, a swish gesture that he has retained from his India go to in 2018 pic.twitter.com/OksoKjW7V8
— Emmanuel Lenain (@FranceinIndia) March 11, 2020
The novel Coronavirus, detected in China’s seafood market in Wuhan has been declared as an epidemic by the World Health Organisation or WHO. To scale back the chance of contracting the illness, medical doctors have suggested to ditch the hug or the handshake as greeting gestures. The whole variety of individuals contaminated with coronavirus has climbed to 78 in India. The variety of COVID-19 instances on the planet stands at over 100,000 with over 4,600 deaths.