Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Day by day the number of foreigners flocking to different Hindu holy places across India is increasing. Non-Hindus from other countries are increasingly embracing Hindu culture and religion. Apart from just actively participating in different religious events and chanting different God’s names, foreigners are also seen reciting shlokas, bhajans and more.

Recently, a video of a group of foreigners reciting Hanuman Chalisa and Lord Ram’s name surfaced on the internet. The video was loved massively by netizens. Now, another video of foreigners has surfaced on social media in which they are seen reciting Shiv Tandav Stotram with utmost dedication.

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Two foreigners are seen in the video. While a man is seen playing the guitar, the woman in the video is reciting Shiv Tandav Stotram. Both seem to enjoy the Sanskrit hymn's recitation dedicated to Lord Shiva.

It is traditionally believed that Shiv Tandav Stotram was composed by Demon King Ravana, a great devotee of Lord Shiva. He composed the hymn during his plea for Moksha or salvation.

Though the original source of the video couldn’t be verified, it has been shared on Instagram by singing_lovers and has gone viral on social media. Moreover, netizens have showered love for the video and appreciated the foreigners for their love towards Hinduism and the Hindu God.