Shilpa Shetty and her 2 years baby Samisha chants Gayatri Mantra for an injured bird.

HEART WARMING gesture of Shilpa Shetty’s baby chanting Gayatri Mantra for an injured bird is worth of all love

Shilpa Shetty and her 2 years baby Samisha chants Gayatri Mantra for an injured bird.


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Shilpa Shetty and her 2 years baby Samisha chants Gayatri Mantra for an injured bird.

Yesterday, Shilpa Shetty posted a very emotional and heart warming video of her and her daughter Samisha who will turn 2 next month. In the video, Shilpa Shetty and her little baby are seen praying for an injured bird.

The video shared by Shilpa Shetty, starts with Samisha standing in the garden area of her house and she spots an injured bird in their garden. Shilpa says, “Samisha are you praying for the birdie to get better?” Did the birdie get a boo boo?”

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Samisha point outs towards the injured bird and says, “Birdie boo boo”. She then says, ” Birdie die” To which Shilpa Shetty says, “No baby, birdie is not dying yet. She will be better”

Shilpa then asks her baby, “Are you praying for the birdie to get better? Get well soon birdie, get well soon” she says. Shilpa then starts saying “Om Sai Ram” mantra. Samisha sits in the corner and Shilpa joins her. Samisha then folds her hands and starts chanting Gayatri Mantra. Shilpa also joins her.

Posting this video Shilpa Shetty wrote, “Kids truly have the purest hearts💖😇 It’s amazing to see Samisha (who is not yet 2) feel compassion & empathy, and instinctively know when someone needs a prayer and some unconditional love ❤️🧿🙏
The power of prayer and faith makes the world go round. Wish we remember that more as grown ups ♥️😇
Thank you, @petaindia, for rescuing the injured baby raven ♥️”

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