Shashi Tharoor Shares Quirky Post On Indian Women's Balancing Skills

Shashi Tharoor shared a meme on Twitter comparing Indian womens balancing skills with footballer Lionel Messis . The Congress leader shared a picture of a vintage 1919 cartoon predicting how technology would impact human lives in the coming years .

Shashi Tharoor, the chairman of the Congress, is a regular visitor to his social media pages and knows how to keep his followers amused.With the coming FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, the Congress leader shared a meme on Twitter comparing Indian women's balancing skills with footballer Lionel Messi's.In the message, Messi is seen balancing a football on his head, while on the other side a mausi is seen carrying five earthen pots, mostly used to fill drinking water.The woman is also carrying four pots in her hands, which is even more interesting.

One commentator said, Unbelievable.Women are even greater jugglers than any footballer because they juggle daily with work, cooking, cleaning, caring, and a lot more.The smiling woman, while not defying Messis' skill, is sheer poetry in motion... Another user added, Fearless bhi likh sakte the.Why do you encourage people to refer to a dictionary when reading your tweet?One user also assisted others who were confused about the intrepid.He wrote with a intrepid spirit, characterized by resolute fearlessness, fortitude, and tenacity.Sir, Namaste!I know you are a bright star in the literary universe.

It's so sweet of you, Mr Tharoor said of a fellow user.A few days ago, Mr Tharoor posted a picture of a vintage 1919 cartoon predicting how technology would impact human lives in the coming years.It looks like we have reached the point in time when we humans have experienced technological advances and their profound effects on our lives, which is interesting.Many internet users were left baffled by the cartoonists' foresight.Click here for more trending news.Featured Video Of The DayVideo Of The Day: The film is a free-for-all feud in Noida, and society polls have blamed it on the cartoonists.

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