New Zealand PM prays at Radhakrishna temple with shoes off, hands folded, viral hall video

Bengali Hunt Desk: A video of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has gone viral on social media, showing her getting out of a car, taking off her shoes, folding her arms and praying at the Radhakrishna Temple. This video of hers is being praised all around after it went viral. Her prayers at the Radhakrishna Temple in Auckland, New Zealand are now catching the attention of people all over the world. As soon as he entered that temple in Auckland, the priest put tilak on his forehead. The verses are recited in pure Sanskrit language in the temple. Wearing a yellow scarf, he was welcomed to the temple. He also prayed for a while with flowers in his hands. Everyone is overwhelmed by Ardern's devotion to becoming a Prime Minister.

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is popular not only in the country but all over the world. In particular, the way he has taken Corona out of the country with his drastic steps has been praised all over the world. Not only that, he also handled the attack on the Muslims who entered the mosque and prayed. As much as her work has been praised around the world for so long, she has become even more famous since the video went viral recently.

Aditya Raj Kaul, a Twitter user, posted this video. He said that on August 8, just a day after the construction of the Ram temple, the Prime Minister of New Zealand Radhakrishna visited the temple. There he prayed to Radhakrishna with devotion. He also said that Hindi, the Indian language, is very popular in New Zealand. And Hindi is the fourth largest spoken language there.