Anand Mahindra Shares His Personal Photo Collection Of Mountains And Beaches On Earth Day

by Suchismita Pal
Anand Mahindra Shares His Personal Photo Collection Of Mountains And Beaches On Earth Day

The social media of business tycoon Anand Mahindra is a bag of interesting stories. Anand Mahindra’s Twitter profile is full of inspirational posts. To observe Earth Day, Mahindra has shared his personal collection of stunning pictures of nature including beaches and mountains. He wrote, “I don’t have any sermons to share today, on #EarthDay. Only some photographs I’ve taken over the years. My own personal celebration of this planet. Do share your celebratory photos”

And the recent addition to the collection is the 360-degree view of the tallest mountain in the world, Mount Everest. Taking to Twitter, Mahindra shared a video of the mesmerising views of the Everest. Along with the video, he also left an inspirational note that states that when hard decisions are to be taken, imagining oneself atop Everest with a clear view of the world can help in seeing the ‘big picture’.

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Some Users Loved The Video, Others Raised Concerns About Global Warming

Mahindra had shared the picture from the page Amazing Nature. Some of his followers were in awe of the video. However, some users raised concerns about snow layer depletion and global warming. One user wrote, “Superb view. Thank you for sharing. My imagined view of Mount Everest was full on snow. Seeing very thin depleted layers give signs of ever-increasing global warming. Another wrote, “Glaciers are melting fast.” Another stated, “This video is alarming… it’s like global warming is knocking on the door sooner than expected.” A user also shared the early morning video of Jammu and Kashmir’s Mount Nun Kun in the comments section:

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Meanwhile, below are some stunning snaps from Everest Base Camp:


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