Watch: Little Girl Asking Why Ganpati Bappa Isn’t Wearing A Raincoat Is Cuteness Overload!

by Sanjana Shenoy
Watch: Little Girl Asking Why Ganpati Bappa Isn’t Wearing A Raincoat Is Cuteness Overload!

“Bachche mann ke sachche”, is a very apt quote that describes the innocence of children. Especially when you travel with children, they make you see the world with a whole new perspective. Similarly, a viral video is doing the rounds of the Internet of a little girl who visited a Lord Ganesha temple with her family where she prayed to the elephant-headed God amid heavy rains and innocently asked a very pertinent question.

Little Girl Wants Ganpati Bappa To Also Wear A Raincoat Amid Heavy Rains

In a video tweeted by the Twitter page Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna), a little girl, dressed in a purple raincoat is seen praying with hold hands to Lord Ganesha. It seems she visited a Lord Ganesha temple with her family. A massive idol of Lord Ganesha in bronze hues is seen installed in a park.

Standing in front of the idol, as she prays, the child innocently asks “Raincoat kuthe aahe?” ( Where is Ganapati Bappa’s raincoat) The young child wearing a purple raincoat amid heavy rains is concerned about Ganapati Bappa getting denched in the rain. So, she instantly asked her parents why the Lord isn’t wearing one. Her innocent yet pertinent questions left her parents dumb-struck. They had no answer and tried to divert her attention.

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Tweeple Say Cuteness Overload!

Tweeple found this video heartwarming. And it garnered a whopping 294.1k views, 426 re-tweets and over 4k likes. Many Netizens commented that the child had a pure soul. Many others commented that it was cuteness overload. We certainly agree. One person called it pure devotion. And went on to bless the child, hoping she retains her purest form of devotion as she grows. A Twitterati revealed the child and her family were actually at Birla Ganpati temple on Old Mumbai-Pune highway.

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@Madan_Chikna rightly mentions in the caption, that a tiny devotee was asking a big question. Well, it certainly is a very apt question. Interestingly, did you know that there are temples in the North that cover their idols with blankets and add heaters on the premises to keep their deities warm in the winter? Ram Lalla deity in Ayodhya is kept warm with blankets and blower heater. 

Meanwhile, what did you think of this cutest video ever?

Cover Image Courtesy: @Madan_Chikna/ Twitter