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  1. Anand Mahindra does ‘Suryanamaskar’ with Santa, promises him a shiny new ride: Here’s what happened

Anand Mahindra does ‘Suryanamaskar’ with Santa, promises him a shiny new ride: Here’s what happened

Just a few minutes earlier today, Mahindra also posted an image of Santa Claus riding old BSA motorcycle.

By: | New Delhi | Published: December 25, 2017 2:01 PM
Santa, Anand Mahindra, Christmas, Anand Mahindra Santa Claus, Twitter Anand Mahindra does ‘Suryanamaskar’ with Santa, promises him a shiny new ride: Here’s what happened (Twitter Image)

Anand Mahindra, the Chairman of the Mahindra group is very active on Twitter and today on Christmas, he tweeted an amazingly funny picture of Santa trying different postures of “Suryanamaskar”, means paying homage to the Sun. Mahindra’s tweet read, “A white bearded, generously sized individual dressed in a strange red outfit joined me as I did my suryanamaskars this morning. He was pretty flexible despite his rather large belly.. Merry Christmas to you all…”

Just a few minutes earlier today, Mahindra also posted an image of Santa riding old BSA motorcycle. His tweet reads, “That’s We’re sorry you’ve missed out on your favourite ride for all these years, Santa…We’re working on getting it back for you…A shiny new one, but with all the character of your old steed…”

Earlier in the day, he tweeted that on Christmas Eve he has reached six million followers. His tweet read, “Have reached 6m followers on Christmas Eve. Merry Christmas and thank you all for giving me a vibrant community as a gift…”

The business tycoon also tweeted about India’s dominant performance over Sri Lanka in cricket. He tweeted, “By now a zillion people must have made this poor joke but I simply can’t resist…About how the Indian cricket team encouraged the Sri Lankan team to sing ‘I’m dreaming of a white(washed) Christmas..”

Earlier on August 1, Anand Mahindra, has taken to social media to highlight the problem of potholes by sharing an artist’s works. Mahindra tweeted, “Yesterday I tweeted how Ukrainians dealt with potholes. Here’s how we creative Indians turn our liabilities into–literally–‘street art!’”

The pictures that Mahindra shared were that of the crocodile art that became viral in 2015. Expressing his frustration on Bengaluru’s civic authorities, visual artist Baadal Nanjundaswamy had planted the life-sized crocodile in the 12ft-long pothole in north Bengaluru’s Sulthanpalya Main Road.

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