Priyanka Gandhi-Vadra joins #SareeTwitter trend, posts picture from wedding day
- The Congress leader dug out a picture from 1997 for the Twitter trend
- She also jokingly told husband Robert Vadra to take her out to dinner
- Several other leaders and celebrities have also posted photos of themselves in sarees
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Sharing a picture of herself in a silk saree with a pallu over her head, the AICC general secretary wrote, "Morning puja on the day of my wedding (22 years ago!) #SareeTwitter."
Morning puja on the day of my wedding (22 years ago!) #SareeTwitter https://t.co/EdwzGAP3Wt— Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (@priyankagandhi) 1563330759000
The #SareeTwitter trend on the microblogging site has become a rage with women from all walks of life posting pictures of themselves in sarees. #SareeSwag was another hashtag trending on the site.
The 47-year-old's post led to several users sending her wishes for her anniversary. She then posted another tweet clarifying that her wedding anniversary is in February. "Thanks for all the anniversary wishes...but it’s just a throwback photo for the #SareeTwitter guys, my anniv is in Feb!"
Thanks for all the anniversary wishes...but it’s just a throwback photo for the #SareeTwitter guys, my anniv is in Feb!— Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (@priyankagandhi) 1563341631000
Gandhi, who tied the knot with Robert Vadra in a grand ceremony in 1997, also took the opportunity to jokingly tell her husband to take her out for dinner. After clarifying that their anniversary is in February, she tweeted, "(@irobertvadra, you can still take me out for dinner!)"
(@irobertvadra, you can still take me out for dinner!)— Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (@priyankagandhi) 1563343167000
Meanwhile, several other celebrities and leaders have also been sharing their saree pictures on the microblogging site.
Ok then. #SareeTwitter https://t.co/16K1PcTGih— Gul Panag (@GulPanag) 1563290047000
Well its sarees every day. So if its #SareeTwitter has to be special then it has to be a #Paithani #Navari https://t.co/hUIBEjlQ7n— Preeti Sharma Menon (@PreetiSMenon) 1563292678000
I completely agree with this trend , nothing can match the elegance and beauty of a Saree ! So sharing my most spe… https://t.co/MVCqAt53wR— Yami Gautam (@yamigautam) 1563265975000
You can’t go wrong in a saree...super comfortable #SareeTwitter https://t.co/wSgwU2Dd4G— Chitra Kishor Wagh (@chitrancp) 1563266090000
Did somebody say #sareetwitter? https://t.co/ucPnN7JPPw— Katherine Hadda (@USCGHyderabad) 1563276844000
It's so beautiful to see so many ladies and a few men participate in #SareeTwitter Here's one of my favourites… https://t.co/qro9TyqTHy— Renuka Shahane (@renukash) 1563293845000
So I hear we are celebrating #SareeTwitter today❤️ I’m always ready for some #sareeswag #sareelove , but how did it… https://t.co/MNJJHeBpYP— Maya Kadosh (@MayaKadosh) 1563283465000
Ron Malka, Ambassador of Israel to India and Sri Lanka, posted a picture of his wife Lea in a saree saying that she 'loves wearing sarees', and 'has serious #sareeswag'.
My beautiful wife Lea loves wearing #sarees and I think she has serious #sareeswag. I am proud to be accompanied by… https://t.co/07qgtYBOvQ— Ron Malka (@DrRonMalka) 1563289561000
The Embassy of Israel in India also joined the trend, sharing pictures of employees and diplomats in sarees. "No doubt a saree is a powerful fashion statement that makes women look gorgeous and stylish. Here is our take (in pictures) on why we LOVE this gracious Indian National Attire #saree." .
No doubt a Saree is a powerful fashion statement that makes women look gorgeous and stylish. Here is our take (in… https://t.co/1igATTaoKO— Israel in India (@IsraelinIndia) 1563256325000