Ever since this story was shared on Instagram, it has been viewed more than seven million times and has 632K likes and several comments.
In the video, the kind and nurturing orangutan is found feeding, playing with the adorable baby tiger cubs and showering them with love.
Following the current trend, a shop in Agra has prepared a special sweet named Golden Ghevar! At this shop, the special Ghevar was made with a layer of 24-carat gold!
The couple can be seen shaking their legs to the famous Punjabi song Mundian To Bach Ke at one of their marriage function.
In the video, the Ukrainian emergency rescuer is seen getting down on his knees and proposing to his girl in the midst of the sounds of sirens
The world is full of amazing things and nature too doesn’t fail to entertain us. You might have come across several videos of animals getting caught in funny acts.
Now five months after the release of the south magnum opus, the craze for the musical masterpiece is very much alive in the heart and mind of the fans.
Their fight isn’t just another ordinary fight as they are seen as if stinging each other like snakes with their moves.
A recent video has touched the hearts of people where a bride and groom danced to the tunes of Govinda and Karishma Kapoor’s song ‘Tumsa Koi Pyara’ from Khuddar.
In the 15-second clip shared on Twitter, we can see the tiger leaving scratch marks on a tree. Indian Forest Service Officer Susanta Nanda shared the 15-second clip on his Twitter handle on the occasion of International Tigers Day.
Shared by the Northern Command – Indian Army on Twitter, the adorable video has gone viral. It has received lakhs of views, likes and comments on Twitter.
According to sources, the elderly man was misbehaving with the police officer and his fellow passengers at the station in an inebriated state.
Netizens believed that yoga and meditation helped him do thing easily, which is impossible for normal people.
Netizens were simply amazed by the sight and we are sure that you will be too.
It will be sold later this year through an international tender to be conducted by Angolan state-owned diamond trading firm Sodium, reports Xinhua news agency. This is the fifth largest diamond from a total of 27 diamonds with more than 100 carats extracted to date in the Lulo mining project.