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Rahul Gandhi saw symbol of Congress in pictures of gods, Twitter saw a meme

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is back from his foreign holiday, and he gave two speeches today – both at a Congress event called ‘Jan Vedana Sammelan’. In both the speeches, he criticised Narendra Modi government for various things and claimed that Congress will ‘save the soul of the country’.

But what caught attention of the Twitterati was his comment where he claimed to see the symbol of Congress (hand or palm) in the images of gods. He further said that Congress symbol, as well as hands of the gods, symbolised ‘Daro Mat’ (don’t be scared):

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This extra ordinary observation was appreciated by Twitter users, who all these decades though that the raised hands of gods in those pictures symbolised aashirvaad (blessings) for the devotees.

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Armed with this new way of looking at things, Twitter users found much more examples of “Daro Mat”. Here are a few:

If only the characters in the movie knew that it meant ‘don’t be scared’:

Some international flavour, after all Rahul Gandhi discovered it after returning from abroad:

More international flavour:

Rahul Gandhi talked about religions, but left the biggest religion of India – Cricket:

Oops:

More oops:

That’s reassuring:

Something for Rahul Gandhi:

A message for the party workers:

Another message for Congress:

Thank you Rahul Gandhi, yet again.

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