A heartwarming video of an elderly woman feeding an elephant with her hands has gone viral on social media.
Elderly woman feeds elephant with her hands in heartwarming viral video. (Photos: Twitter)
A heartwarming video of an elderly woman feeding an elephant with her hands is doing the rounds of the internet and social media users, after watching the clip, reiterated that there is nothing like a mother’s love.
Gannuprem, a Twitter account with over 29,000 followers, posted the 30-second clip and it has gone viral with around 20,000 views so far.
The clip has been shot at the compound of the elderly woman’s house. As seen in the viral clip, she picked up food from the bucket and fed the elephant with her hands. The elephant enjoyed its meal as is clearly visible from its expressions.
“Maa prem se jo paros de, sab sweekar hai (Anything that mother serves with love is valued),” reads the caption in Hindi.
Watch the video here:
— Gannuprem (@Gannuuprem) September 10, 2021
As the video went viral, social media users posted their thoughts and opinions in the comments section.
“Gentle lady feeding a gentle giant,” a user said. Another comment reads, “Wow!” Several others posted heart emoticons as well.
See the comments here:
Gentle lady feeding a Gentle giant
— YATINDRA TAWDE (@tyatin4326) September 11, 2021
That’s our favorite lullaby in Malayalam
And the lady is caring
The gentle giant as own grandkid
— Suraj Rk (@surajrk11292) September 10, 2021
The most ‘Giant and Gentle’ creature.
— Kamlesh Magarde (@KamleshMagarde1) September 10, 2021
— Meg (@temperamental24) September 10, 2021
— Ganesh R (@greatganesh) September 10, 2021
— Recycled Soul (@RecycledSoul10) September 11, 2021
Pyaare pyaare bacche
— YASHASVI (@sunita391) September 10, 2021
— Ravinder lamba (@lamba_ravinder) September 10, 2021
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