PTC Web Desk: In a heartwarming viral video, two adorable twin sisters from Kashmir steal the spotlight as they revel in the magic of snowfall. Shared by industrialist Anand Mahindra, Chairman of Mahindra Group, on his Twitter account, the video captures the pure and innocent delight of the young girls.
In the enchanting footage, the twins are seen playing amidst the snow, expressing their sheer excitement about the much-awaited snowfall in the picturesque region of Kashmir. Their eloquent words convey a sense of wonder and happiness as they refer to their snow-covered surroundings as ”jannat” or heaven. The girls share that they had fervently prayed for this moment and are now making the most of the pristine white landscape.
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) February 4, 2024
“Toh hum yaha par bahot zyada enjoy kar rahe hai, masti kar rahe hain,” say the sisters, showcasing their joy and enthusiasm for the snowy scenery. The video not only captures their playful moments but also reveals their plans to embrace every aspect of the winter wonderland.
Anand Mahindra adds a touch of humour to the post, captioning it with, ”Sleds on Snow Or Shayari on Snow. My vote goes to the second.”
Internet users resonated with the sheer innocence and charm of the video, flooding the comments section with love and heart emojis. The twins’ delightful expressions and genuine excitement garnered praise, with viewers calling the video ”super cute” and expressing how much they enjoyed watching it.
The viral video not only brought smiles to those who witnessed it but also served as a testament to the joy that simple moments can bring. The charming innocence of the Kashmiri twin sisters celebrating the snowfall captured hearts, spreading joy and warmth in the digital realm.
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