In a world where family systems are becoming smaller, seeing five generations in one frame is not just unusual but likewise endearing.
In his recent tweet, the chairperson of the Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra, shared a video of 5 generations of males from a family in a frame.
While sharing the charming video, Mahindra tweeted, “What a true blessing. 5 generations together. I wonder the number of households around the world have this rare advantage of 5 generations– dads or mothers– together. Would be terrific to see a comparable video from India …”.
5 generations together. I question how many households around the world have this rare advantage of 5 generations– fathers or moms– together.
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) April 9, 2022.
The video has actually been monitored 4.8 lakh times and has actually gathered over 30,000 likes considering that it was published on April 9, 2022.
” In India this utilized to be a really common phenomenon till rapid industrialization took place and the principle of “extended families” became increasingly more popular. This still is persistent though in the towns and towns,” a person discussed the video.
@anandmahindraHeres my family image, yes its uncommon, blessed, and priceless. Happy to share. pic.twitter.com/F22aF38qlP.
— Hmad (@Hmad27882923) April 9, 2022.
Sir, this is my family, we finished 5 generations. The small baby in there is my neice.
— sa (@sudeshs54494493) April 9, 2022.
Me, my mother, grand mom, daughter and grand daughter pic.twitter.com/ghaOif0bqc.
— Kumar Anandaraman (@KumarAnandaram1) April 9, 2022.
In India this used to be an extremely typical phenomenon, up until fast industrialization occurred and the idea of “extended families” became increasingly more popular.
This still is consistent though in the villages and towns. https://t.co/6mUeOJKpk9.
— GlücklicherMind (@GlucklicherMind) April 10, 2022.
Interestingly, Mahindras tweet motivated lots of people to dig through their family images and share photos of a number of generations seated together.
Here is mine My Niece, Sis, Mom, Grandma & & Great granny– 5 generations in a frame pic.twitter.com/IaVTDTL93h.
— Karthikeyan Thangavel (@karthikeyanppm) April 9, 2022.
A real blessing to have, Priceless pic.twitter.com/BK1WeqpXtI.
— mukesh kumar gawhade (@azureadvocate) April 9, 2022.
My excellent granny with my daughter. She is still healthy. Also my grand mother and my dad pic.twitter.com/sOjoEBrrjd.
— sai raghava (@sai_raghava_hyd) April 9, 2022.
@anandmahindra Sirji ye unusual mix hum aaj bhi delight in kar rahe hai. Iss 9 saal purane image me mera bhanja Shriniwas, didi, aaji, aai and panji( great grand mom) hai.
— ASHISH WATTAMWAR (@WATTAMWARASHISH) April 9, 2022.
The undated video shared by Mahindra appears to be one of the Four Generations or Five Generations difficulty videos that frequently go viral on Douyin, the Chinese variation of TikTok.
In the Four/Five Generations difficulty, individuals post videos in which an individual calls out a relative from the previous generation, who then calls out another from the previous generation. It goes on till 4 or 5 generations appear together.
My child with 4 generations pic.twitter.com/kyaVPO7P5V.
— atulagrawal (@atulagrawal) April 9, 2022.
Sir get back one day and have meal with five generations at our home. If u offer a Thar for 5 generations living under same roofing https://t.co/2FrgrZ30c5, do not mind.
— Sandeep Mall (@SandeepMall) April 9, 2022.
A blast from the past. my zoo This 5G likewise rocked cos it was an all ladies people.
My granny in white, her eldest daughter beside her, her granddaughter in black, her great grand child in red && her great terrific grand daughter @neelima_devadas in the daughters arms. pic.twitter.com/dcuHnZjYtB.
— Vrinda Pisharody (@vrindapisharody) April 9, 2022.
5 generations together. I question how lots of households around the world have this rare opportunity of 5 generations– fathers or moms– together. 5 generations together. I question how lots of households around the world have this rare advantage of 5 generations– moms or fathers– together. Sir, this is my family, we finished 5 generations.